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Wilkerson and Amaro Out Again and Other Inactives

https://twitter.com/nyjets/status/541631800989466624 Both Muhammad Wilkerson and Jace Amaro will be inactive again for today's game. Wilkerson is dealing with turf toe, while Amaro is still recovering from a concussion. Today's inactives sheet is actually the exact same as last week's. Other inactives include: Matt Simms, Dakota Dozier, Wesley Johnson, Walt Powell, and Josh Thomas Many angry [...]

Wilkerson Misses First Game of Career and Other Inactives

  https://twitter.com/nyjets/status/539571048761798657 Muhammad Wilkerson will miss the first game of his career with a toe injury. Other inactives include: Josh Thomas, Matt Simms, Walt Powell, Wesley Johnson, Dakota Dozier, and Jace Amaro Wesley Johnson and Dakota Dozier will be inactive again this week, a common theme this year. Many Jets fans have been calling for [...]

Jets Draft Position Takes Center Stage

As Rex Ryan and the Jets prepare for a prime time showdown against the division rival Miami Dolphins on Monday night, many Jets fans will undoubtedly  be arm in arm with the Miami faithful in rooting for the South Florida Fish, but for much different reasons.  Fins fans will be hoping for a playoff berth, [...]

Jets Embarrassed by Bills, 38-3

In a week where the Buffalo Bills didn’t practice until Friday, the Jets were embarrassed by a score of 38-3, in a surprise edition of Monday Night Football. The best part of this game was that it was not on national TV. The game, originally scheduled to be played in Buffalo at 1:00 yesterday, was [...]

Jace Amaro Interview

Last Friday, Joe Blewett had an opportunity to interview Jace Amaro.  Here is the audio of the Jace Amaro Interview and the full text appears below.  Be sure to check out Joe and Brandon Dowling each week on JetNation Radio. Joe Blewett: Hey Jace, Joe Blewett from Jetnation.com. Can you talk about some biggest adjustments [...]

For Young Jets, The Time Should Be Now

By Glenn Naughton Well folks, for those of you with even a glimmer of lingering hope leading up to  the game against the Buffalo Bills,  (you know, the "soft" part of the Jets' schedule) welcome back to reality. Following their worst performance of the season, a 43-23 pounding on their home turf at the hands of journeyman Kyle Orton [...]

Idzik Moves Should Receive Some Praise

By Glenn Naughton   Yesterday the Jets announced the re-signing of wide receiver Jeremy Kerley to a four-year contract extension worth $16 million dollars with just over $5 million guaranteed.  This of course comes less than a week after General Manager John Idzik pulled off a stunning move by trading for controversial Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin. [...]