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Breaking Down the Ford and Patterson Signings

The New York Jets announced a pair of signings on Tuesday evening coming to terms with WR Jacoby Ford and CB Dimitri Patterson. Beginning with Patterson, this is a much needed depth signing for John Idzik and New York. After missing out on top corners such as Vontae Davis and Dominique Rogers-Cromartie, New York needed […]

April 2014 by joe28jets

REPORT: Jets to work out Brandin Cooks

The New York Jets, who will be picking 18th overall in next month’s NFL Draft, will bring in Oregon State WR Brandin Cooks for a pre-draft workout per Rich Cimini. Cooks had an amazing season in 2013 for the Beavers 128 passes for 1730 yards and 16 touchdowns. The Jets are in serious need of a playmaking WR despite the additions of Eric Decker and Jacoby Ford.

Will Cooks be on the board when the Jets pick though? Cooks ran a blazing fast 4.33 forty yard dash at the NFL scouting combine last month which has him rising up mock drafts across the internet. He also put up the best 60-yard shuttle time since 2006.

New York has seemingly been linked to every wide receiver in Free Agency and next months draft. Many Jets fans were disappointed that John Idzik did not make a play for DeSean Jackson when he was released by the Eagles last week. Cooks may be the guy the Jets have been targeting all along.

Cooks certainly isn’t lacking confidence, “I feel like I’m the best receiver in this class and I’m not just saying that to say it,” Cooks said. “I put numbers that nobody else did this year. At the same time I was facing premier talent.”

Who do you want the Jets to pick in the first round?

Cooks set Pac 12 records for catches and  yards in 13'

Cooks set Pac 12 records for catches and yards in 13′

Should the Jets Sign Ed Reed?

  That is the question on a lot of Jets fans minds right now. Just 11 games and five million dollars into his Houston Texans career, the team decided to cut him on Tuesday. The 35 year old free safety has now officially cleared waivers as of 4 pm Eastern Time making him free to […]

November 2013 by joe28jets

Some betting tips for the NFL

Of course the most important tip to remember when it comes to NFL betting – as with pretty much all forms of sports betting – is that you need to maintain up to date information about the NFL in order to make successful bets. This means keeping on top of the form of the teams […]

March 2013 by Craig

Keys to Victory vs. Tennessee

The Jets travel to Tennessee tonight to take on the Titans, who are losers of three straight and have an overall record of 4-9. Key #1 – Contain Chris Johnson Johnson remains the Titans top threat on offense, he is capable of scoring from anywhere on the field at any point in the game. After […]

December 2012 by joe28jets

Braylon is back!

In a very fan-friendly move, the New York Jets have decided to bring back Braylon Edwards for what will be a three game audition for the remainder of the season. Edwards was in the news last week when he infamously tweeted “Don’t blame Sanchez. I played there. Blame the idiots calling shots. Mark is a […]

December 2012 by joe28jets

Jets to start Sanchez vs. Jacksonville

In what came as no surprise, Rex Ryan announced this morning his decision to go with his guy Mark Sanchez this weekend, despite benching him vs. Arizona. Ryan has been a Sanchez supported the whole season despite his poor play, reiterating over and over that “Mark gives us the best chance to win football games.” […]

December 2012 by joe28jets

Analyzing an UGLY Day for Sanchez

First and foremost, I’d like to introduce myself to the FansTurn community, and I wanted to preface my first post by stating that I have been a life-long Jets fan. My name is Joe Lacalandra, I am 24 years old and from New Jersey. I am aspiring to work in sports media, specifically broadcasting, and […]

December 2012 by joe28jets

Week 8 Preview: Jets vs. Dolphins

Hurricane Sandy is on the minds of everyone in the New York area. Before Sandy can do her inevitable damage, the Jets need to do their own damage to a division rival. There has been a lot of chatter back and forth between the Jets and the Dolphins leading up to this matchup and frankly […]

October 2012 by Ben Garrido

Crucial Mistakes Lead to Jets Demise

This one hurt maybe as bad as any regular season loss has ever hurt. Down 10 entering the fourth quarter, I thought this is the Jets there is no chance they make a come back, ESPECIALLY in New England. Well, in pure Same Old Jets fashion they climbed and scratched their way back into the […]

October 2012 by Ben Garrido