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Jets’ Ugly Preseason Loss Brings Back The Predictable Fan Complaints

  •  Tyson Rauch
  •  August 20, 2017
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The New York Jets 16-6 preseason loss to the Detroit Lions apparently struck a cord with a portion of the fan base that takes the art of complaining to a new level. Yes, the "same old Jets" fans quickly returned...

Injuries Providing Young Jets Players A Chance To Shine

  •  Tyson Rauch
  •  August 18, 2017
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As the New York Jets prepare for their second preseason game, the injury bug has unfortunately struck the team with wide receiver Quincy Enunwa and safety Doug Middleton lost for the year, Lucky Whitehead out for an indefinite period of...

Sorry “Tank” Fans The New York Jets Will Win Games In 2017

  •  Tyson Rauch
  •  August 14, 2017
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Normally, winning games in the National Football League is a good thing. I mean, no one likes a loser, right? Well there is a significant portion of the New York Jets fan base that is actively rooting for losses in...

Competition At Outside Linebacker Position Heating Up For The Jets

  •  Tyson Rauch
  •  August 13, 2017
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One of the bigger surprises in the early stages of training camp has been the emergence of the outside linebacker group and the subsequent heated competition for reps. Most assumed that Jordan Jenkins and Lorenzo Mauldin would resume their starting...

Competition At Linebacker Position Should Pay Big Dividends For The Jets

  •  Tyson Rauch
  •  August 10, 2017
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As the New York Jets overhauled their roster one of the primary goals was to improve overall team speed and athleticism on both sides of the football. After a couple of weeks of training camp it is quite evident that...

A Positive From New York Jets Camp: Leaders Are Emerging

  •  Tyson Rauch
  •  August 9, 2017
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As the New York Jets headed into training camp there were several question marks regarding leadership as Gang Green would be fielding a very young team that would no longer have mentors like Nick Mangold, David Harris, Eric Decker, and...

New York Jets Offense: Time To Panic Or Patience Required?

  •  Tyson Rauch
  •  August 6, 2017
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The New York Jets wrapped up the second week of training camp with their annual Green and White scrimmage, which was held at MetLife Stadium. Once again the results on offense were troubling as the unit continues to struggle in...

Players To Watch In The Green And White Practice

  •  Tyson Rauch
  •  August 4, 2017
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The New York Jets wrap up their second week of training camp with their Green and White practice, which is open to the public and held at MetLife Stadium ( Saturday, 7 pm EST). For many fans this is their...

NY Jets Training Camp Recap: Notes on McCown, Petty, Hackenberg

  •  Tyson Rauch
  •  July 31, 2017
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After spending three days at New York Jets training camp, there are many things to be said about the quarterbacks, both good and bad.  But first my disclaimer: with the installation of a new offense there is going to be...

Jets’ Offensive Coordinator John Morton Impresses Early On

  •  Tyson Rauch
  •  July 31, 2017
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The biggest unknown heading into training camp was the Jets' offense under new coordinator John Morton. With the uncertainty at the quarterback position, along with the incorporation of several young wide receivers, would Morton go back to his west coast...