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NY Jets Week One Starting Quarterback: Geno Smith

With Jets training camp just a few weeks away the quarterback competition will be front and center as incumbent Mark Sanchez will battle rookie Geno Smith in hopes of remaining the team’s starter.  The Jets coaches have not tipped their hand as to whose favored heading into camp just saying they will determine a starter [...]

NY Jets Part Ways With OC Sparano

The New York Jets have decided offensive coordinator Tony Sparano will not be back with the team for the 2013 season after coaching only one year. Sparano, formerly the head coach of the Miami Dolphins, replaced previous offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer who “resigned” after the 2011 season.  The belief was Sparano mirrored head coach Rex [...]

Jets Run Over Rams, 27-13

The Jets got a much needed win this week, beating up on the St. Louis Rams, 27-13. The score probably should have been higher, but the offense was completely inept through the first quarter. Nick Folk had a field goal blocked and missed his first field goal of the season. The win improves the Jets [...]

New York Jets At St. Louis Rams

Franchise Head to Head Record: Rams lead 9-3. The Jets have lost 6 of their last 8 games including two ugly losses the past two games. Now, they will head into the dome in St. Louis where former Offensive Coordinator Brian Schottenheimer and other ex-Jets are waiting. The Rams are 3-5-1 on the season with [...]

Jets Trade Wayne Hunter To Rams For Tackle Jason Smith

According to reports the Jets have traded embattled right tackle Wayne Hunter to the St. Louis Rams for former 2009 #2 overall pick tackle Jason Smith: https://twitter.com/MMehtaNYDN/status/240243669339353088 Hunter will be reunited with his former offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer in St. Louis while Smith gets a fresh start in New York after struggling with the Rams.  [...]

JetNation NFL Power Rankings – Part One

The following is a worst-to-first team-by-team pre-camp NFL power ranking.  This is a three part series: Part 1 (32-22), part 2 (21-11), part 3 (10-1).  All statistics are courtesy of NFL.com unless otherwise noted. Offense:  The Browns only averaged 13.6 points per game (30th) in 2011, so could it be any worse in 2012?  It [...]