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The Jets snapped their five game losing streak against the Patriots today. It took overtime, but the Jets survived 30-27 to split the season series with New England 1-1 and improve their season record to 4-3. New York scored on their opening drive, taking the early 7-0 lead, but New England responded on the next […]

The final score was 13-10 Patriots, but the Jets may have lost more than an ugly one in New England this week. The game went from frustrating loss to full blown disaster when star defensive lineman Mo Wilkerson went down late in the fourth quarter with what looked like an ankle injury. There were conflicting […]

It’s a short week this week so whomever missed Sunday’s game will also miss tomorrow’s game, so that means Quinton Coples and Mark Sanchez are out once again. Everyone else outside of Jeremy Kerley is expected to play for the Jets. Kerley did not practice this week after being diagnosed with a concussion. The Patriots […]

Following up on a recent JetNation article regarding Aaron Hernandez’s contract multiple sources are reporting the New England Patriots were able to void his guaranteed base (season) salaries for 2013 and 14.   Ian Rappoport of NFL.com had written the contract language voiding any future guaranteed salary for Hernandez was omitted: In almost all situations, when […]

The release of Aaron Hernandez by the Patriots soon after his arrest on first degree murder charges was somewhat shocking as the team did not have to make such a quick decision.  The Patriots may have wanted to send a message and eliminate a potential distraction right away but from a financial standpoint they gave […]

Aaron Hernandez Charged With Murder

June 26, 2013

Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was arrested and charged with the first degree murder of Odin Lloyd today. The difference between first degree murder and other types of murder, such as second degree murder or voluntary manslaughter (sometimes referred to as third degree murder), is that first degree murder is willful and […]

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Tim Tebow Signs With New England

June 10, 2013

Sources have confirmed to ESPN’s Ed Werder that Tim Tebow, released by the Jets in April, has signed with the New England Patriots. Yes, to play quarterback. Bill Belichick has always spoken highly of Tebow and the move reunites Tebow with Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, who was head coach in Denver when Tebow was […]

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Injury Report Week 12 Patriots At Jets

November 22, 2012

We have some good news and some bad news for the Jets. The good news is that Gronk (TE Ron Gronkowski) is out and the bad news is that TE Aaron Hernandez is coming back according to reports. There’s not much else to report as everyone else on the list seems likely to play aside […]

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Jets Lose Heartbreaker in New England, 29-26

October 21, 2012

The Jets lost an overtime heartbreaker to the New England Patriots 29-26 in Foxborough today, falling to 2-1 in division play and 3-4 overall. This was a team loss like Jets fans can’t believe.  After the defense stopped the Patriots opening drive, and the Jets offense came out and scored a touchdown, the special teams […]

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Jets Are The 12th Most Valuable Team In the World

July 17, 2012
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Well Forbes has released their list of the world’s 50 most valuable teams and the Jets show up as #12 on the list just edging out the Houston Texans who came in 13th. The Jets came in 5th for NFL teams behind the Cowboys(t-3rd), Redskins(5th), Patriots (t-6th), and the Giants(9th).  The Jets are 7th in […]

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