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Steroids, Sports, and the Fan: Who Cares?

by Tom Shane Managing Editor So they caught Alex Sanchez and 38 minor-leaguers dropping steroids chasing a Major League paycheck and what we got was Bud Selig beating his chest like he’d just wiped the baseball landscape clean of all of its impurities and all of its evils. Congress bought it like it was going… Read more

Jon McGraw/Erik Coleman: Free Safety Superheroes?

by Rob Royal Contributing Columnist Jon McGraw will be defined as a talent that was never fully seen or never fully existed. It’s been pain-staking seeing him toil around the field with no accolade directed towards his football prowess other than, “He’s the next John Lynch.â€? To his credit, McGraw has shown some brief flashes… Read more

Tedy Bruschi, Football Player

by RichardSeymour Contributing Columnist Tedy Bruschi in action against the Jets There’s a banner in Gillette stadium with Tedy Bruschi’s number on it and the slogan “Full Tilt, Full Time.â€? Normally signs like that are hyperbole or chest thumping. This one was always just a fact. Tedy Bruschi played with abandon, selling himself out on… Read more

CONGRATULATIONS SouthernJet! 2005 NCAA Tournament/JetNation T-Shirt Winner!

Congratulations to JetNation poster SouthernJet, who guessed three out of four correct Final Four teams, as well as selecting North Carolina as his National Champion! SouthernJet has won a JetNation T-Shirt. Sign up today and stay tuned for more upcoming contests and prizes on JetNation! Congratulations, as well, to the North Carolina Tarheels on winning… Read more

AL Central Preview: Anybody's Guess

by Mavrik Contributing Columnist In the age of exploding payrolls and spending wars between a few select baseball teams, no division in major league baseball represents the ideas of parity and “small marketness” more than the American League Central division. The division features 5 teams whose payrolls not only are no larger than $70 million… Read more

2005 New York Yankees : C’ya in October

by Shawn306 Guest Columnist The question facing the 2005 New York Yankees is not will the make the playoffs but will they vanquish the demons from last years historic collapse in the ALCS against Boston and once again represent the American League in the World Series. Here is a look at the good, the bad… Read more

AL East Preview: King Kong vs. Godzilla?

by Tom Shane Content Editor The AL East is everything that is right and wrong about baseball. It’s right because Yanks-Red Sox is the best rivalry in sports….ever. They are two teams that push the rest of the league–or those who care about winning–to improve their rosters and their front office philosophies in order to… Read more

Dollars, Steroids, and a Dream: JetsBosoxFan Breaks Down the 05 Yanks-Sox Rivalry

by: Jet/BosoxFan Contributing Columnist Greetings and salutations to all Major League Baseball fans residing in our beloved cyber-home known as JetNation.com. The 2005 season is upon us and it is shaping up to be another track meet between the Mighty Red Sox Nation and the Bronx Bombers. Brace yourselves for seven grueling months of speculation… Read more

West Side Stadium

From The NY Daily News 03/30/05: Jets poised to score stadium Seven MTA board members support the West Side football plan The Jets should get ready for a victory dance in the end zone – the team is on the verge of winning the MTA’s West Side railyards. Seven members of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority… Read more

Book It: The Jets Will Win It All in 2005

by JetFan80 Contributing Columnist In years past, the Jets have been an easy punch line to a played-out joke. “No Super Bowl titles in 36 years.” “Just End The Season.” “Same Old Jets.” It may never get old to opposing fans, particularly Patriots and/or Dolphins fans, but it sure as hell has gotten old in… Read more

Why the Patriots Win (and Why You Don’t): Part Two

by RichardSeymour Guest Pats Columnist The Patriots win Super Bowls. The Jets do not. In our continuing series, we have asked for articles dissecting why, exactly, this is, and what it will take for the Jets to overtake the Pats in the AFC. This week’s contributor is RichardSeymour, who breaks down the coaches, the fronts… Read more

Curtis Martin–One Too Many?

by Frank Barone JetNation Columnist In my evaluation of the coming Jets season and our prospects for winning a title, I reluctantly find myself questioning how Curtis Martin fits in. I am forced to ask myself the question, Has the Jet organization gone one year too many in counting on him to be the feature… Read more

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