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Sunday Notes: Geno’s Jaw, Jets Preseason Debut

    https://twitter.com/ProFootballDoc/status/632034706620461056   Tuesday morning former Jets linebacker IK Enemkpali "sucker punched" Geno Smith in the locker room fracturing his jaw in two separate places. According to David Chao, an orthopedic surgeon that focuses on athletes, Geno's recovery time could be significantly shorter than originally anticipated. After the incident, the prognosis was a 6 [...]

Training Camp Day 2: Five Takeaways From Camp

https://twitter.com/JetNation/status/627182314527846400 Based on today's performance the depth chart should remain the way it is at the quarterback position. Geno looked like the leader of the offense despite almost giving up an interception to Jamari Lattimore at the end of the day. Smith completed most of his passes showing notable accuracy, and command of the offense. Smith [...]

Jets End Season With a 37-24 Win, 4-12 Record

The New York Jets ended their disastrous 2014 season – and likely Rex Ryan’s tenure as head coach – with a 4-12 record and a 37-24 win over the Miami Dolphins. When the Jets and Dolphins met last, the Jets shoved the ball down Miami’s throat before failing to adjust and ultimately losing a hideously [...]

Jets Fall to Patriots, 17-16

New York’s final home game of the 2014 season – and likely, head coach Rex Ryan’s final home game period – was against New England. Somehow, the Jets always manage to dial it up against the Patriots, and Ryan’s first win at home was against the Patriots, a 16-9 victory in 2009. It looked for [...]

Southern Cooking With The Jets & ICE

On Monday, December 8, 2014 the Institute of Culinary Education (ICE), Chase, and the New York Jets had a pre-tailgate, Tennessee-style.    Prior to the event, guests were able to sample the menu  via passed hors d'oeuvres paired with their choice of wine or beer.  Offensive Lineman Willie Colon, Kicker Nick Folk, and Tackle Breno Giacomini [...]