“What man is that?” -Caesar “A soothsayer bids you beware the ides of March.” -Brutus   As we approach the first real fun day of the NFL year, March 17, (2 days after the true ides of March) Joe Douglas, Robert Saleh and the rest of the Jets brain trust will begin to hear rumors…

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This article is by Ralph Sharaga who is part of the Jets Rewind Podcast team   Myth1: “Zach Wilson has only competed against cupcakes.”   In 2019, (before he injured his hand) BYU played Utah, at Tennessee, USC and Washington. And while BYU was over-matched talent-wise in all four games, they managed a split.    …

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          This article is by Ray Clifford who is part of the Jets Rewind Podcast team   The Jets and specifically Joe Douglas are in a prime spot to set this franchise up for years to come.  They have several high draft picks over the next two years and they will probably…

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 The New York Jets hiring of Robert Saleh has given the organization hope, with a new coach getting a chance to lead a team that has been out of the playoffs for ten straight years. For more than the past ten years management, ownership and coaches have dug a deep hole for this team. Many…

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Big Decisions Loom The Jets biggest decision this off-season is what to do about Sam Darnold and the quarterback position. Deciding to keep some of their other players will also be huge. Recently ESPN Jet beat writer Rich Cimini (my favorite) wrote how slot receiver Jamison Crowder may be a cap-casualty and get cut. Cimini writes:…

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 All the craze in the New York media and sports radio has been about Deshaun Watson. The Houston Texan quarterback wants to get traded and supposedly the New York Jets is his number one destination spot. As a Jet fan since 1964 and living through a lot more downs than ups, I would say this…

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                      New York Jets Will Always Have 1/12/69   As the New York Jets finish one of their worst seasons ever, the bright moments in the organization remain far and few. With that said the 1969 Super Bowl will always be the face of the…

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