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History Shows Reasons for Jets to Back Hack

By Glenn Naughton   When the New York Jets chose Penn State Quarterback Christian Hackenberg in the second round of the NFL draft, the reactions were predictably mixed among the Gang Green faithful.  Some chose to focus on his early results, his 20 touchdown 10 interception freshman season under Head Coach Bill O' Brien in his pro-style [...]

Monday Notes: Schedule Breakdown, Predictions

    The 2016 NFL schedule was released on Thursday, and the Jets' schedule is a daunting one. In 2015 the Jets were given a relatively average SoS (strength of schedule) rating at .488, ranked 18th most difficult schedule in the league. This season they weren't as lucky, getting a .531 rating, good enough to [...]

GM John Idzik Building A Great NY Jets Team

Entering the 2013 offseason the New York Jets were a rudderless ship with no direction or leadership after an embarrassing 6-10 record during the 2012 season. The team had been under intense scrutiny all year and anonymous players vented their frustration through media outlets. After a long search owner Woody Johnson named former Seattle Seahawks [...]

Fantasy Football Waiver Wire

Hey everyone, I am now back online after the hurricane and then a well times scheduled vacation.  There are 3 regular season weeks remaining, so your team is in 2 possible spots: Either planning for the playoffs Trying to get there So I will try and cover a little of both this week.  If you [...]

Seattle Seahawks to Watch

As the Jets prepare to take on the Seattle Seahawks, here are a few players to watch. 1. #24 RB Marshawn Lynch- Lynch has always been a "Jets Killer" from the days he was a Buffalo Bill. This year Lynch has ammassed 881 total rushing yards, 2nd best in the NFL. He's averaging nearly 5 [...]