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Why The Buccaneers Should Not Trade For Revis

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

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. Offense:  The Browns only averaged 13.6 points per game (30th) in 2011, so could it be any worse in 2012?  It [...]

Slim Pickings at Safety

Safety is a position that requires major improvements for the Jets this off season.  The underwhelming starter Eric Smith, currently still with the team, was often seen chasing tight ends down the field and seemed to lack the speed necessary to cover a large area.  While unrestricted free agent former starter Jim Leonhard had suffered season [...]

NFL Combine Analysis For Potential Jets: 2/28/12

Here’s some current and follow up analysis from the NFL combine: Mark Barron (Alabama) – Widely considered the top safety available in the draft, he has good measurable, six feet one inch, 213 pounds.  Unfortunately Barron is recovering from surgery and was not able to participate in any of the on field activities.  He is [...]

Why The Jets Should Keep Eric Smith

Well it's time to take out the 'punching bag', Eric Smith, for some more jabs.  Smith did not exactly inspire most Jets fans with his play this past season.  Visions of him trying to chase down tight ends every week are still etched in our memories, but before you just toss poor Eric to the [...]