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For some time the New York Jets have been perceived as a second rate organization which lacks the ability to handle the day-to-day issues which surround an NFL franchise. Last season the team couldn’t shake the “circus” moniker as they seemed to spiral out of control finishing 6-10, with critical comments from players about the […]

The Geno Smith era as starting quarterback of the New York Jets has officially begun, as the Jets won their opener at home against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 18-17, on a wild finish. Smith completed his first pass, but after that the offense slowed down significantly. They ran a lot more wildcat than anyone really […]

The beautiful thing about week one of the NFL is everyone starts with a clean slate and a chance for the Lombardi trophy. Believe it or not, the Jets do not start the season with six losses already on the schedule. They’re 0-0. With a league driven so much by parity, it’s okay to have […]

The trading of “All-Pro” cornerback Darrelle Revis was the biggest and most widely debated move of the offseason for the New York Jets.  Incoming general manager John Idzik was faced with a difficult decision as Revis’ contract would expire after the 2013 season and the team had no means to prevent him from hitting unrestricted […]

It seems not a day goes by without some new story regarding the possible trading of All-Pro New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis.  The latest comes via Peter King of SI.com and reiterates many past reports that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been in trade talks for Revis. The Buccaneers make sense their pass defense […]

JetNation NFL Power Rankings – Part One

July 9, 2012
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The following is a worst-to-first team-by-team pre-camp NFL power ranking.  This is a three part series: Part 1 (32-22), part 2 (21-11), part 3 (10-1).  All statistics are courtesy of NFL.com unless otherwise noted. 32) Cleveland Browns Offense:  The Browns only averaged 13.6 points per game (30th) in 2011, so could it be any worse […]

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