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Notes from NY Jets 21-17 win over Eagles

The New York Jets completed their preseason with a 21-17 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.  Here are some notes from the game. 1) Sloppy play continues- I wish I had a dollar for every time Rex Ryan used the words "disappointing" and "ridiculous" when describing the team's play in the preseason.  But then again I [...]

NY Jets vs Philadelphia Eagles preview

On Thursday night the New York Jets head down to Philadelphia to take on the Eagles in their last preseason game (7:30 EST).  Most of the starters for both teams will not dress for the game, therefore it is all about the backup players jockeying for a position on the roster.  Here are some players/scenarios [...]

New York Jets news and notes

1) O'Connell waived- On Tuesday the New York Jets announced that they waived quarterback Kevin O'Connell.  O'Connell was viewed by many as the fourth string quarterback so this move comes as no surprise. 2) Clemens restructures and stays- Quarterback Kellen Clemens has reportedly restructured his contract in order to stay with the New York Jets.  [...]

NY Jets players discuss replacing Pace

On Monday New York Jets linebackers Bryan Thomas and Vernon Gholston discussed replacing the injured Calvin Pace.  Here are their quotes courtesy of the New York Jets. Bryan Thomas On what he will be taking over for Calvin Pace... "(I'm taking over) just a lot of the covering he was doing out there, as far [...]

Jets to Sanchez: RB’s Are Receivers, Too!

The Jets offensive coaches took some time out over the offseason to statistically examine the NFL's top offenses of the last few years, and came to a conclusion: Mark Sanchez isn't throwing to his backs enough. The one common theme that the coaches found was that each of the top five offenses over the last [...]

Inside the Jets: Q&A with Calvin Pace

Tyson Rauch – Jetnation: First off congratulations on an excellent season Calvin.  Gang Green's improbable run into the playoffs was one of the more memorable for Jets fans in recent history.  Looking back at the 2009 season, what do you think was the biggest difference in training camp and the preseason compared to that of [...]

Pennington does not fit into the Jets future plans

There is a very good chance former Jets quarterback Chad Pennington will be released by the Miami Dolphins this spring.  Pennington is coming off of shoulder surgery and has been supplanted by the strong-armed Chad Henne.  The word of his possible availability stirred up stories of the Jets needing to bring back Pennington to mentor [...]

New York Jets lacking respect

While most of Jets nation is excited about the prospects of Gang Green heading into the playoffs, the rest of the football world continues to discount their abilities and chances.  Whether it is the talking heads repeatedly discussing the fact that the Jets “backed in” to the playoffs or the Cincinnati Bengals making excuses for [...]