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Jets Roll Browns For Opening Day Victory, 31-10

After a long and tumultuous offseason, the New York Jets returned with a new general manager, new head coach, improved units on both sides of the ball, and it all combined into an opening day 31-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns. The Jets managed a first down on their opening drive, and nearly kept alive [...]

PSA: Revis Is Back

Yes, we know that you know. But with the Jets heading into the season opener we just wanted to remind you that Revis is back. Remember when you were 12 years old and you had that one kid on your little league team that seemed invincible? You couldn't lose when he showed up? Well, prepare [...]

Potential Free Agent Targets

Free agency is still several weeks away, players can not be signed until 4pm on March 10th. John Idzik is gone, but he left the Jets in excellent position when it comes to the salary cap. The state of talent on the Jets roster, now that is another story. We aren't going to try and [...]

Free Agency Analysis With NFL Columnist Joel Corry (JetNation Radio)

The Latest Episode of JetNation Radio: NFL free agency is set to begin on March 11 and the deadline has past for teams to use any tags which would prevent unrestricted players from hitting the open market. JetNation Radio hosts Dennis Agapito and Tyson Rauch were joined by special guest Joel Corry contracts/salary cap expert, [...]

The QB Rumor Mill

Geno Smith finished his rookie season with a QB rating of 66.5.  He started all 16 games and threw 12 touchdowns and 21 interceptions.  When you have those kind of numbers, you can usually expect to have to fight for a starting position the next season.  Geno showed a lot of improvement in the last [...]