Week 4 Jets Vs. 49ers

The Jets enter the quarter pole at 2-1 which sounds good. It is quite possibly the worst 2-1 record I have ever seen as they have been thoroughly unimpressive the last 2 weeks. But hey this is the NFL: a win is a win. Clearly the Jets need to play a much better game today […]

September 2012 by Ben Garrido

New York Jets Getting 4.5 Points at Home From 49ers

The always-interesting New York Jets are 2-1 despite a myriad of early-season issues and controversies, including season-ending injuries and the ever-present soap opera at quarterback starring Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow. Now they get their toughest-test of the young season when the San Francisco 49ers come to town Sunday. The major news from New York […]

September 2012 by FT-Blogger

Jets Try To Break Hex Against 49ers

The New York Jets are a 2-1 team, but they are the most precarious 2-1 team that you have probably ever seen. QB Mark Sanchez is under fire. The defense hasn’t been able to man up and stop anyone this year, and now, DB Darrelle Revis has a torn ACL and is finished for the […]

September 2012 by FT-Blogger

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

Week 3: Jets at Dolphins

With Darrelle Revis back in action after missing last weeks battle against the Steelers, the Jets hope to rebound against the 1-1 Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins were able to dominate the Raiders last week through their defense and a dominating rushing attack led by Reggie Bush. The Jets will need to be able to exploit […]

September 2012 by Craig

Jets Head into Miami Needing to Bounce Back

The last time the Jets played a game in Miami I think we can all agree that it was an unmitigated disaster. It was one of the worst games of Sanchez’s career and everything that could go wrong went wrong. The problems of the entire 2011 all compiled and blew up in the Jets face. Luckily, that […]

September 2012 by Ben Garrido

New York Jets and Miami Dolphins Ready For Key AFC East Battle

The New York Jets and Miami Dolphins enter their AFC East showdown Sunday with identical 1-1 records and  a chance to grab at least a share of the division lead with a win Sunday. This game will also have a little added intrigue as Jets defensive coordinator returns to Miami for the first time after […]

September 2012 by FT-Blogger

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

Receivers Need To Help Sanchez Against Dolphins

The New York Jets were beaten, bloodied, and pretty much embarrassed when they were beaten by the Pittsburgh Steelers over the weekend. They just looked awful from the point that they took a 10-6 advantage in the first quarter, and they know that they have to play a heck of a lot better if they […]

September 2012 by FT-Blogger

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