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Big Win Against the Patriots!

The New York Jets Defense scored today! The Jets started the game with a beautiful drive, taking the lead over the Patriots 7-0.  Marching down the field again, it looked like a minimum of 3 but maybe another 7.  Then, the dreaded Pick 6 going 80 yards the opposite way.  In the past, that was our recipe for continued disaster …

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What a Game: The Jets UNBREAK My Heart

It was great to somehow win a game that we so often end up losing! Nick Folk hitting a clutch 48 yard field Goal with 2 seconds left to bring an improbable 18-17 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.  35 seconds before that no one thought we had a chance, down by 2 on our own 20 yard line and …

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Jets vs Jaguars – Things to Watch For

It’s time to list what I’m looking at vs Jacksonville tonight, other than staying injury free. Offense Overall – To see offense move smoothly with discipline and precision, not killing themselves with penalties like last game.  QB – Will Mark use this opportunity to set himself apart? Will Geno play? Can we see a consistent game on offense? Can Mark …

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Preseason Week 2: Will Real Jet Fans STAND UP?

Please Jet fans, make this preseason game and the stadium sound like a home game! Mark Sanchez has earned the start and we need to get behind him as he takes the field. Tomorrow night he has a chance to show increasing mastery of this offense, and show the fans he should continue as the Jets starting QB. There’s No …

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The Love Of A Team – My Jets

Emotions! I’m filled with them tonight.  I just spent 11 days at the N.Y. Jets Training camp in Cortland New York. My life with the Jets began in 1962 (they were still the Titans) with my dad as Team Doctor, through 7 years of working for them, to returning every summer and still being a part of the “Jet Family”. …

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Remembering a Great Man, Dad, and Doctor

I’m feeling so many emotions tonight. It’s one year since the passing of my dad, Dr. Cal Nicholas, at the age of 88 from dementia.  He was an amazing father to 3 children and loving husband to my mom, fantastic Physician, and great teacher in life lessons. He also started my life with the NY Jets, then Titans, in 1962 …

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Day 1: Jets Training Camp Notebook

There’s Nothing like Training Camp What a great first day at Jet camp.  Not a cloud in the sky and 75 degrees, I had a chance to reconnect with all the Jet beat writers on the sidelines.  Practice was quick tempo and both Mark Sanchez and Geno Smith threw well. The team has had a big change with so many …

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Jets Training Camp 2013: From Peekskill to Cortland

Training camp 2013 is finally here!  I’m leaving tomorrow for Cortland and cannot wait for practices to begin! I must admit I miss the old 2-a-day real hitting practices where I could watch and tell who was a hitter, not just who got to a spot.  There is nothing like seeing guys get after it every practice but so much is changing. …

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Tiger’s Greatest Flaw

Athletes are constantly analyzed.  The sports media, now 24 hours a day on radio, TV, and social media, loves to decide which athletes, no matter the sport, are winners or don’t quite have “it”. One of the biggest ways is “rings”, “jackets”, “championships, or just being what is known as “clutch”. Clutch is the ability to come through when it …

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