Latest on Dee Milliner

On August 10th, Dee Milliner suffered a high-ankle sprain in practice. After a rough rookie season, this injury came as bad news to the Jets.  Drafted ninth overall in last year’s draft, the expectations for Milliner were over-exaggerated as he was immediately viewed as the replacement for Darrelle Revis. At the time, Milliner was excited […]

August 2014 by Brandon Moffet

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

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

Jets Run Game Dominates in Rout of Indy

Following this game there would be no question as to who should be playing quarterback for the Jets because Mark Sanchez got what he needs to succeed, a solid run game. Sanchez only had to throw the ball 18 times because of 252 yards from the Jets on the ground. Sanchez was efficient in his […]

October 2012 by Ben Garrido

Jets Embarrassed on Their Home Turf

It is absolutely unacceptable for any team to ever come out and play like that in front of their home fans. Anyone that was not covered in Niners red while exiting the stadium should have immediately received a refund. The Jets offense did not show up, the defense could not tackle once again, and even […]

October 2012 by Ben Garrido

Jets Squeak Out Victory in OT

It took an excruciating 60 minutes of football plus overtime, but the Jets were able to prevail on the road in Miami thanks to a missed field goal in ot for Dan Carpenter just minutes before Folk’s game winner. It was not the prettiest of victories but in this league a win is a win. […]

September 2012 by Ben Garrido

Jets Play Uninspiring Football in Loss

Chances were that without their best defensive player, and without Dustin Keller the Jets were going to have trouble winning in Pittsburgh. This turned out to be true. Early on the Jets had some promising moments especially offensively. After the Jets opening offensive drive it looked like they were well on their way to repeating […]

September 2012 by Ben Garrido

Jets Limp into Pittsburgh

As the Jets prepare to play in their house of horrors they do so without their best player Darrelle Revis. Revis is out Sunday with what is being diagnosed as a mild concussion. It does not come as much of a surprise that Revis will be out tomorrow with the emphasis on head injuries. I […]

September 2012 by Ben Garrido

Preseason game 1 RECAP/ Jets-Giants preview

Raise your hand if you are already sick and tired of this preseason stuff! Yeah me too. I am so ready for September 9 to be here but unfortunately we must first get through the drag that is the preseason. It is hard to look at anything that happens in the first preseason game too […]

August 2012 by Ben Garrido

Reasons to tune into Jets Preseason Opener

Photo by: Zuma Press/Icon SMI The first preseason game for any NFL team is essentially finished after the first two drives of the game. Obviously this is because that is all you are going to see of the team that will play all four quarters one month from today. But, because it is the first […]

August 2012 by Ben Garrido