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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 [...]

Eric Decker Will Not Play vs Bengals

In a last-minute decision, the Jets will keep Eric Decker out of the Saturday night preseason game against the Bengals. https://twitter.com/ESPNNewYork/status/500767239482511360 Decker only practiced once last week due to a quadriceps injury, but was hoping to play in the game against the Bengals. The Jets will take a cautious approach with their new wideout sitting [...]

Jets Camp News Round Up

As the Jets prepare to take on the Cincinnati Bengals in their 2nd preseason game on Saturday, here are some notes from the past few days of training camp. Today was the last open practice at SUNY Cortland. Next week they will practice in Florham Park (Mon, Tues, Wed) and at Hofstra (Thurs). The injuries [...]

Defending The Jets Could Be A Tall Order

Looking out at the Jets' group of offensive players today, the one thing that stood out to me, literally...was the height of the wide receivers and tight ends.  No matter how well or how poorly he plays, QB Geno Smith is going to have some substantial targets to throw the ball to. Let's start with [...]