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Jets Fall in Snoopy Bowl, 35-24

The Jets lost the Snoopy Bowl 35-24 against the Giants tonight, but the result didn’t matter, because Jets fans finally got to be excited about the offense. This was the game everyone was waiting for, as this was the big dress rehearsal for Week 01. Nobody is expecting to see the starters next week against [...]

Edds Tries To Kick Start Career With Jets

If you were paying attention to the Jets first pre-season game against Indianapolis last week, you may have noticed the stellar effort put forth by little known LB AJ Edds. Edds led the defense with 7 tackles to go along with a late fumble recovery in a game that he's surely hoping left an impression [...]

Davis Delivers Important Message To Milliner

New York Jets fans still hung over from the Mark Sanchez era and the nickname "Sanchize" may roll their eyes when hear Dee Milliner's new nickname.  Milliner, who is likely to be the most scrutinized player on the Jets roster this year not named Geno Smith, has apparently decided to embrace the moniker given to  him [...]

Wilkerson On Davis

That’s a guy that always wants to get better each and every day. You can talk to him, he will tell you that himself. He’s always in the room watching film on his own. That’s just a guy being a pro. We are all pros here, that’s just a guy who knows his business, and [...]

Team First Mentality Propels Jets

The New York Jets (5-4) are coming off a big victory over the New Orleans Saints as they head into their bye week.  Not only is the team’s record better than last season (3-6) at this point but there has been a culture shift within the team itself. As Jets fans remember all too well [...]

Green And White Notes: Continued

As we mentioned in this post, Tom Shane was at the Green and White Scrimmage.  He provided additional thoughts on what he saw, which appear below: --Greg McElroy has impressive poise and confidence in his throws. He was really the only quarterback out there that looked like he had a pre-snap plan of where he [...]

Day One: Minicamp Report – Sanchez Struggles

Today was the first day of the New York Jets mandatory minicamp and as usual the quarterback competition took center stage.  It appeared from the opening throws that Geno Smith was heading for a better practice then Mark Sanchez. Smith’s passes were crisp, had more zip and he looked more comfortable within his progressions.  Sanchez [...]

2013 Roster Preview: Linebackers

# Name Pos. Height Weight Age Exp. College 95 Barnes, Antwan LB 6-1 251 28 6 Florida International 54 Bellore, Nick LB 6-1 250 24 3 Central Michigan 98 Coples, Quinton LB/DE 6-6 290 22 2 North Carolina 56 Davis, Demario LB 6-2 239 24 2 Arkansas State 58 Davis, Troy LB 6-2 251 22 [...]