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New York Jets Talk

It is the offseason but there is never a dull moment for JetNation. This week was roster review week as we look at several position in depth.  Rex Ryan, Geno Smith, Michael Vick, Quinton Coples, Stephen Hill and Chris Johnson were all up for discussion as several callers added excellent insight. Our hosts Brandon Dowling, [...]

Everybody Hurts

Everybody hurts, but why do we hurt all the time Jets fans?  That is the question that is explored on the Podcast this week.  It was a tough week for JetNation after the loss to the Patriots, Fireman Ed stepped down.  But Phil and Courtney have good news, the Arizona Cardinals are coming to town.  [...]

What Do The Jets Stand For?

What do the Jets stand for? Most nights we don't know anymore.  They were going to be a ground and pound team and now they are searching for an identity.  This week Courtney and Phil look into the Jets struggles, talk about the injuries and look ahead to Sunday and the Dennis Byrd ring of [...]

Former Jet Victor Green Talks Lockout, NFL Draft, Rex Ryan

JetNation.com Editor Tyson Rauch had a chance this week to chat with former Jets great Victor Green.  The hard hitting safety addressed a variety of topics including: Prediction on how long the lockout will last The challenges the players will be facing during the lockout Antonio Cromartie's performance in 2010 Can Kyle Wilson replace Cromartie? [...]

Week 9 – Podcast By Gregg Hayim

In this week's episode Gregg talks about how this Jets team has not yet found its way.  A 4 and 3 team that just isn't on the same page.  Run, pass and all of Favre's bad decisions.  When will they learn what they want to do?  When will the coaching staff learn? They seem to [...]

Mike And The Mad Dog Podcast Parody

Did Gregg Hayim lose his mind?  It is hard to tell.  Listen in to this WFAN parody with Mike and the Mad Dog.  The Jets won and the voices in Gregg's head may be getting the best of him.  If the Jets continue to win, it may get worse. The Jets went for the jugular [...]