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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 [...]

Jets Beat Patriots In OT, 30-27

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 [...]

Milliner Expected Back; Injury Report

Injuries are obviously part of the game in the NFL and the Patriots are battling through plenty of them right now.  Although the Jets will be without Santonio Holmes once again this week, they are relatively healthy otherwise.  Rex Ryan indicated that Dee Milliner should be back for this important divisional game. The Patriots expect [...]

Q & A – Veteran Football Reporter Chris Pollone Provides His Insight On The Patriots

Sports/freelance journalist and co-host of “Patriots Monday Aftermath” on Spreecast.com Chris Pollone (@ChrisPollone; Facebook.com\Cpollone) gave Jetnation his thoughts on the Patriots before their Thanksgiving Day matchup with the Jets.  Pollone covered Southeastern Conference (SEC) football for over 15 years and hosts an SEC show Saturdays on Spreecast.com, this week’s show title “Tide and Tigers”: JN:  [...]

Video Analysis: The Safeties Role In The Jets Defense

All Jets fans remember the 99 yard touchdown catch made by Giant’s wide receiver Victor Cruz which may have very well sunk the Jets 2011 playoff hopes.  With the safety position being a concern video analysis of the Cruz play helps in understanding specific defensive formations along with the safeties responsibilities and what the Jets will [...]