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New York Jets Dec 31, 2019

GM Liked Jets’ Finish, But Aims for Big Improvements in 2020

Joe Douglas understands the frustrations of New York Jets fans. No, really. He gets it. And the general manager feels the same. Douglas wants more from the team — more winning, more meaningful games l...

  • Jan 10, 2019

    Jets Hire Former Dolphins Coach Adam Gase

    A person familiar with the decision says the Jets have hired former Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase as their head coach.

  • Oct 12, 2016

    Jets Place WR Eric Decker on IR, Likely Ending his Season

    The Jets have placed wide receiver Eric Decker on injured reserve with a partially torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder, likely ending his season.

  • Oct 7, 2016

    Jets’ Revis Doubtful, Decker Out, Enunwa Questionable

    The Jets’ struggling secondary will likely be without one of its best playmakers. Cornerback Darrelle Revis is doubtful to play against the Pittsburgh Steelers after not practicing all week because of a tweaked hamstring. He will be a game-time decision, but it appears he’ll sit out, barring major improvement before Sunday. “It&#8...
  • Nov 25, 2015

    Jets Need to Get Back on Track vs. Fish

    Even after their recent struggles, there’s little doubt that the Jets will be the better team when they line up against the Dolphins at MetLife Stadium on Sunday. If they’re going to make a run at the playoffs, they may want to start this weekend. It sure won’t get any easier for them.

  • Nov 23, 2015

    After Flying High Early, Jets Are a Wreck

    The Jets aren’t a very good team, as they proved yet again in yesterday’s 24-17 loss at Houston. In fact, at 5-5, they’re the very definition of average–although they’d have a tough time convincing anyone that they’re even approaching ordinary based on their play over the past few weeks.

  • Nov 18, 2015

    Even After Ugly Stretch, Things Look Good for Jets

    Not too long ago, the Jets looked like an elite team. Then, they looked terrible. Now, they look like a 5-4 team with a decent chance to win 10 games. However you look at things, that’s gotta look pretty good.

  • Nov 6, 2015

    Jets Need to Play Like Contenders, Not Clowns

    So who shows up at MetLife Stadium on Sunday: Gang Green or gangrene? If it’s the former—one of the best teams in football, featuring smart play by the QB, a formidable running attack and a fierce defense—the Jets win in a laugher. If it’s the latter—the infected mess on display in Oakland last week—the Jaguars have a good chance at...
  • Oct 26, 2015

    Jets Show They’re for Real, But Pats Still at the Pinnacle

    The Jets showed that they’re a really good team Sunday afternoon at Gillette Stadium. They stayed right with their undefeated archrivals for nearly the whole contest, even though their two biggest offensive weapon — Brandon Marshall and a banged-up Chris Ivory — were mostly ineffective. They also showed, though, that they’re simply not ...
  • Oct 23, 2015

    Jets Don’t Look Ready to Beat Pats — Yet

    The Jets have the talent to compete with — and beat — the defending Super Bowl champs. But it’s about much more than matchups when you’re playing the Pats. They expect to win. All the time. It should be a close game. But I just don’t think the Jets are ready to be great yet.

  • Oct 19, 2015

    Jets Can Be Great if They Play Their Best

    The Jets are a work in progress. They continue to do dumb things and not execute as well as they should. Yesterday, against overmatched Washington, they suffered three turnovers and a blocked punt and still won by two touchdowns. Imagine what the margin would’ve been if they played their best.

  • Oct 16, 2015

    Hey Cousins, Revis Is Waiting for You

    Put simply, there’s no way Washington should beat the Jets. If Gang Green is going to be a playoff team, the first step is winning games against inferior opponents. With DL Sheldon Richardson back in the lineup after a four-game suspension, Gang Green’s fearsome front seven gets even scarier, and QB Kirk Cousins will likely spend much of the aftern...
  • Sep 22, 2015

    Jets Held Back On O, Let Loose On D

    If Chan Gailey were any more conservative, he could step in for Scott Walker in the next GOP clown-car debate. Gailey, the Jets’ first-year offensive coordinator and a former head coach in Dallas and Buffalo, turned the Amish Rifle into a pop gun last night, as QB Ryan Fitzpatrick was mostly relegated to dinking-and-dunking duty in the Jets’ 20-7 w...
  • Sep 14, 2015

    Ball Bounces Just Right for Gang Green

    Brandon Marshall is so good, he even comes up with the ball on interceptions. Marshall, Gang Green’s biggest offseason acquisition not named Revis, somehow recovered the ball seconds after Clevelenad picked it off, setting the tone for a 31-10 win for the home team.

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