Jets Breaking the “Bye” Curse

The victory over the Washington Redskins by the New York Jets was predicted by most “experts”. Washington was missing many starters through injury and the Jets were playing at home. The past six years have not seen positive results coming off a bye week for the Jets, even when playing a “lesser” team. With a […]

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Feeling Jets Pride

“The NY Jets are doing so much to encourage fan involvement compared to the Giants!” This was music to my ears, talking to fans, as I sat at the free Green and White Scrimmage last night at Met Life Stadium. Fans on the field as players come out the tunnel, fans holding the huge flag, […]

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Welcome to the NFL, Jen!

Congratulations to the NFL’s First Female Coach, Jen Welter! As I sit in the living room of a player (and his wife) who was a famous part of my draft history, a story comes across the TV screen about The Arizona Cardinals hiring an assistant LB coach as an intern for the summer. I didn’t know […]

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Super Bowl 49: What a Game!

What an amazing Super Bowl! It lived up to all the hype and ended up with the most questionable call that cost the Seattle Seahawks the victory. I’m no Patriot fan but I do believe the greatness of Tom Brady was on display in that game, but especially the fourth quarter, bringing the Patriots from […]

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Happiness is a Jets Victory!

I know it’s only one victory, but beating the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday, 20-13 meant so much more than that. TURNOVERS! The Jets only had 3 the first 8 games but got 4 yesterday and did not turn the ball over themselves. No matter how well our defense plays, without turnovers to help a struggling offense, […]

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