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The Era of Geno (and Youth) Begins

What a non-surprise! Geno Smith to start for the New York Jets on Sunday! Though Geno had a poor outing against the Giants (certainly not the first rookie to experience that), Mark Sanchez lost out being the starter by getting injured.  Matt Simms has looked great in one quarter against the Giants and in the final pre-season game, but it was …

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Snoopy Bowl 2013: Oh What a Night(mare)!

Just when you think as a Jet fan you’ve seen it all, a new controversy begins, and during a Pre Season game! A Star is Born? This was to be the shining moment for rookie QB Geno Smith, to show he was ready to be the starting Quarterback on opening day. Playing the Giants was a definitely a rude awakening. …

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Jets vs Giants Games ALWAYS Matter (Even in Preseason)

Jets vs Giants Rivalry Whenever the Jets play the Giants it takes the game up a notch in terms of a rivalry. Until the Jets won Super Bowl lll in 1969 the AFL  (and AFC Jets) were always the little sister in New York. After that momentus game caused the merger of the leagues, the Jets then played the Giants …

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Preseason Jets vs Jaguars – Postgame Recap

Preseason Day After You know it’s Preseason when your team wins by 24 points and the next day you don’t feel like celebrating. Offense I really like Marty Mornhinweg’s offense as it is developing.  I love the pulling guards and separation our receivers are getting this year. Jeff Cumberland and Konrad Reuland are giving me confidence at TE.   The …

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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 1: Jets vs Lions – 7 Postgame Thoughts

I’ve been through so many preseason games have come to realize that every coach or team uses it for different purposes. I’ve read so many summaries on the Jets-Lions game from last night.  I just have a few thoughts after this game, and the only thing that really matters is injuries. Too bad seeing John Griffin get hurt.  Gotta stay healthy …

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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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The Jets Win: Scouting the Green & White Game

Great Scrimmage The New York Jets Green and White Scrimmage was all I hoped it would be.  This is a year where the word “competition” really exists at so many positions.  This team has some players set, but others are still wide open and who will complete the 53 man roster is still way up in the air. Jets Offense …

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Training Camp Day 3: Jets in Pads and Hitting

The Jets had their first practice in pads today.  It poured with thunder and lightning this morning but cleared in time to have them play in the Stadium at Cortland University. Today Geno Smith played with the first team offense for much of the time and had a solid practice. He and Stephen Hill looked in sync  on long passes …

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