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Will Jets’ Coples Fulfill Potential Under new Regime?

Few players on the current Jets roster should be more tuned in to Woody Johnson, Charley Casserly, Ron Wolf and Neil Glat's coaching search than outside linebacker/defensive end/defensive tackle Quinton Coples.  The former first round pick out of the University of North Carolina has had a turbulent introduction to life in the NFL for a myriad [...]

Babin Better Than Advertised

To say not much has gone right for the Jets this season and that many players have failed to live up to expectations would be an understatement.  Quarterback Geno Smith didn't make the progress many had hoped for after showing improvement late last season and following it up with a solid pre-season this year.  Fellow [...]

Jets Embarrassed by Bills, 38-3

In a week where the Buffalo Bills didn’t practice until Friday, the Jets were embarrassed by a score of 38-3, in a surprise edition of Monday Night Football. The best part of this game was that it was not on national TV. The game, originally scheduled to be played in Buffalo at 1:00 yesterday, was [...]

Walls Out and Other Inactives

https://twitter.com/nyjets/status/531484452569239552 Darrin Walls will be inactive for the second week in a row. This means the Jets will likely be starting Marcus Williams, an undrafted free agent, and Phillip Adams a career backup who has the only interception for the Jets this season. Things could get ugly today for the Jets secondary with Ben Roethlisberger [...]

NY Jets Final Injury Report

The Jets released their final injury report of the week on Saturday.  Dee Milliner (ankle/quadriceps) is listed as doubtful and receiver Eric Decker (hamstring) is listed as questionable for the Monday night game against the Chicago Bears. Linebacker Nick Bellore (hip), safety Josh Bush (quadriceps), guard Willie Colon (calf), linebacker Quinton Coples (elbow), linebacker AJ [...]