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Jets Win Opener Over Bucs, 18-17

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 [...]

Did Geno Smith Snub Mark Sanchez By Skipping “Jets-West” & Exclusive Player Interviews

On the latest episode of JetNation Radio hosts Dennis Agapito and Tyson Rauch discussed whether Geno Smith should have attended the voluntary practice sessions, “Jets-West”, run by quarterback Mark Sanchez?  Smith explained the reason for choosing not to go and Sanchez expressed his opinion on the no-show.  Both quarterbacks are confident that they will win [...]

Jets Should Take Long Term Approach With Winslow

The recent signing of veteran tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. has been a welcome addition as the Jets were in need of more depth at the position.  As noted in JetNation’s June 11th minicamp report Winslow was impressive during his first tryout practice, so much so, it seemed obvious he would not be leaving without [...]

Thoughts From The Airport Part Two

I just spent a week waiting in lines at Disney World, which gave me a lot of time to think about the Jets.  As I sit in the airport waiting to fly back home, I am going to share those thoughts with you.  I know what you are thinking, I did this last year and [...]

Jets Sign Kellen Winslow

Last week it was announced that Kellen Winslow would attend the Jets minicamp on a tryout basis.  Many first-hand reports said that Winslow was impressive during the 3 day camp and today the Jets announced they have signed Winslow to a contract. https://twitter.com/nyjets/status/345654731726782464 After practice last week, Kellen was asked how long he sees himself [...]