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Patullo Rumored to be Jets Choice for QB Coach

Tampa Bay Bucs writer, Greg Auman is reporting that the New York Jets will be bringing in former University of South Florida QB Kevin Patullo to fill the role of quarterback coach. Patullo, who played two seasons at USF (2000-2001) and attempted just 25 passes, has worked for the Chiefs, Bills and Titans since his playing days [...]

Chan Gailey, has Anyone Done More With Less?

by Glenn Naughton (@acefan23)   Almost immediately after word got out regarding the Jets decision to make Todd Bowles their new Head Coach, the name Chan Gailey began to surface as Bowles' top choice to run his offense.  Jets fans familiar with Gailey's work as a Head Coach in Buffalo with the Bills from 2010-2012 let [...]

Bowles Picks Gailey to Run Offense, Develop Smith

As expected, New York Jets Head Coach Todd Bowles added veteran offensive coordinator Chan Gailey to his staff.  Gailey brings a level of experience to the staff that would be difficult to rival elsewhere.  His coaching career dates back to 1974 with Florida and has totaled 38 years covering positional coaching, offensive coordinator, defensive coordinator, special teams and [...]

Decker’s Strong Finish Should Silence Skeptics

By Glenn Naughton   Former New York Jets General Manager John Idzik's biggest acquisition last off-season was undoubtedly Denver Broncos Wide Receiver Eric Decker who had just established career highs in catches, yards and touchdowns (87/1,288/11) with future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning running the Broncos offense. Decker's signing was instantly dubbed a desperation move [...]

Jets End Season With a 37-24 Win, 4-12 Record

The New York Jets ended their disastrous 2014 season – and likely Rex Ryan’s tenure as head coach – with a 4-12 record and a 37-24 win over the Miami Dolphins. When the Jets and Dolphins met last, the Jets shoved the ball down Miami’s throat before failing to adjust and ultimately losing a hideously [...]

Jets Fall to Patriots, 17-16

New York’s final home game of the 2014 season – and likely, head coach Rex Ryan’s final home game period – was against New England. Somehow, the Jets always manage to dial it up against the Patriots, and Ryan’s first win at home was against the Patriots, a 16-9 victory in 2009. It looked for [...]

Percy Harvin Will Play and Inactives

https://twitter.com/nyjets/status/544213939635363840 After suffering a low-ankle sprain last week, Percy Harvin will be active for today's game against the Titans, most likely in a significantly limited role. The inactives are: Muhammad Wilkerson, Antonio Allen, Dakota Dozier, Wesley Johnson, Walt Powell, Josh Thomas, and Matt Simms Muhammad Wilkerson will miss his third game this year with turf toe. [...]