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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Incredibly, the New York Jets have put together a two game winning streak. First they beat the LA Rams and this past Sunday beat the Cleveland Browns. They played themselves out of the Trevor Lawrence sweepstakes and now Joe Douglas must weigh his quarterback options as the Jets have locked down the second pick of…

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  New York Jet football fans were mostly frustrated with their first win of the 2020 season beating the LA Rams 23-20. Looking for long term stability built around a generational quarterback like Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence would have put the Jets in a position to finally challenge the AFC East hierarchy with the hope of…

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  As the NFL football season winds down for Jet fans, the attention will begin to be focused on the draft and quarterback Trevor Lawrence.  Yes the Jets will need a quarterback but there are a lot of other holes to fill. In the last three years the offensive line for the New York Jets…

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There will always be a special place in my heart for the Jet football games of my youth, played in their one, true home, Shea Stadium. Shea Stadium officially opened in 1964 and was named for William A. Shea, a well known attorney instrumental in bringing back a National League baseball team to New York…

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