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Jets Crushed By Eagles in Preseason Finale

The Jets scrubs were crushed by the Eagles scrubs 37-7 Thursday night. It’s a meaningless game, but the stats weren’t good. The Eagles put up nearly 600 yards, almost half of which were on the ground. Clyde Gates caught the Jets lone touchdown, thrown by Tajh Boyd. As everyone knows, the preseason finale was the [...]

Jets Playoff Scenarios Mini-Update #1

Thanks to the Bengals win over the Eagles, the Jets cannot make the playoffs at 8-8 for another Bengals win would give them 9 wins and a Steelers win versus the Bengals in week 16 would eliminate the Jets since the Steelers would win the head-to-head tiebreaker over the Bengals and the Jets at 8-8. [...]

Unofficial Preseason Week 4 Injury Report

Welcome to this week's non-official injury report where since no one's really playing so anyone with any kind of injury is out, I have almost nothing for this report. The only Jets starters even playing tomorrow are FB John Connor, RT Austin Howard, and possibly rookies DE Quinton Coples and WR Stephen Hill, so any [...]

JetNation NFL Power Rankings – Part Three

Offense:  The Ravens came a stripped pass away from making the Super Bowl.  Feature RB Ray Rice had 1,364 yards rushing last season and 704 yards receiving.  The Ravens have franchised Rice and he is hoping to get a long term contract with the team.  The Ravens lost starting LG Ben Grubbs to the Saints [...]

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 [...]