New York Jets

Willie Colon III of the Jets Inducted into the Bronx Walk of Fame

May 20th, 2014 | By | Category: New York Jets, Top Story

Bronx, NY—The final day of the Bronx Week festivities always includes a salute to Bronxites who have accomplished much in their chosen professions and have brought positive attention and respect to their birthplace. This year’s group of honorees follows in the respected footsteps of those recognized in past years. Regardless of differences in age, ethnic […]



Jets’ Mangold Among Animated Voices In NFL Rush Zone “Draft Special” Wednesday

May 5th, 2014 | By | Category: Featured Articles, Football, New York Jets, Today's News, Top Story

It’s NFL Draft Day during this one-hour special of NFL RUSH ZONE: Guardians Unleashed, “Knights of the Sky.” Hero Ish and his friends are joined at the NFL Draft by New York Jets’ Nick Mangold and four other notable NFL names. Premiering Wed., May 7, at 8:30 p.m. ET on Nicktoons and Sat., May 17 […]



Sports Beat “Idzik avoids risk with Rex”

Jan 9th, 2014 | By | Category: Lloyd Carroll, New York Jets, Top Story

All of the attention during the 2013 Jets season was on whether head coach Rex Ryan would retain his job in 2014. The general thinking was that Ryan was on thin ice because the man who hired him to coach Gang Green, Mike Tannebaum, got fired at the end of the 2012 campaign. As is […]



Jets Super Bowl Chances Will Look Slimmer If There’s A Loss To Miami

Nov 30th, 2013 | By | Category: New York Jets, Top Story

It’s simple. The New York Jets need a win tomorrow against the Miami Dolphins or it’s time to call it a season. And looking at the odds for Super Bowl Betting, you can see the lines makers believe that too. So does Rex Ryan no matter how much he tried to sugarcoat his team’s performance. […]



Sports Beat “The surprising Jets”

Nov 4th, 2013 | By | Category: Lloyd Carroll, New York Jets, Top Story

The Jets enter their bye week, which is just a shade over the halfway mark of their NFL season, with a 5-4 record. They are certainly not an elite NFL team, as their 49-9 defeat to the Cincinnati Bengals two weeks ago proved, but they have also shown resiliency by beating the NFL perennial powerhouse […]



Jets Surprise Saints, Get Back Over .500

Nov 4th, 2013 | By | Category: New York Jets, Top Story

With the NFC-South leading New Orleans Saints (6-2) visiting the Meadowlands, a couple of trends figured to end for Rex Ryan and his New York Jets (5-4) on Sunday. Ryan had been undefeated while coaching against his brother, Rob Ryan, the Saints’ defensive coordinator, and each time the Jets had won or lost this season, […]



Back to Earth: Jets’ Offense Grounded in Steelers’ First Win of Season

Oct 14th, 2013 | By | Category: New York Jets, Top Story

The Pittsburgh Steelers came to MetLife Stadium on Sunday as one of four winless teams in the NFL, and as the league’s only team without a takeaway. They left as the fourth NFL team to win 600 games (including the postseason) and with a pair of takeaways secured a 19-6 road win over the New […]



Mistake Prone Jets Overcome Themselves to Beat Bills

Sep 23rd, 2013 | By | Category: New York Jets, Top Story

It wasn’t pretty, but the New York Jets won again and are off to a surprising start. Not even a team-record 20 penalties (for 168 yards), three turnovers, nor blowing an 11-point, second-half lead at home could prevent the Jets (2-1) from getting by their AFC rivals, the Buffalo Bills (1-2), 27-20, at MetLife Stadium […]



Jets Have Themselves to Blame for Geno’s Growing Pains

Sep 13th, 2013 | By | Category: New York Jets, Top Story

If Mark Sanchez will indeed be out for the remainder of the NFL season with impending shoulder surgery, the New York Jets (1-1) may have to get used to a lot of growing pains with their rookie second-round draft pick Geno Smith. Although Smith (15-for-35, 214 yards 27.6 rating), at times, made some nice completions […]



Jets Are A Mess

Aug 27th, 2013 | By | Category: Derrel Johnson, New York Jets, Top Story

The New York Jets defeated the New York Giants on Saturday in a painfully long preseason game that went into overtime, 24-21. That is the good news for the Jets. What is the bad news? Just about everything else that happened on Saturday evening. Jets second-round draft pick Geno Smith got the start at the […]