Tag Archive: New York Jets

Jun 22

NFL Pre-Camp Predictions: AFC

It’s that downtime that kills the NFL football fan. It leads them to do things like predicting the outcome of the next season in June. Skimming over the 2013 NFL Schedule and picking the winners for each game, here is how we see the season panning out as of now. Agree, disagree? Discuss in the NFL …

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May 01

Geno Smith Firing Agency Shows Immaturity, Why Teams Passed on Him


If you thought the New York Jets ended the circus by waiving Tim Tebow, guess again. After falling to the Jets in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft, Geno Smith fired his agency, Select Sports, and according to the New York Daily News, it’s because he wasn’t the first overall pick. You read …

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Apr 22

“The Stack” 4-22-13


The Stack is back on this Monday after a weekend full of playoff basketball as every series has started, but one story tops them all. Time to find out what that could be and the other top stories in “the stack” for today, Monday, April 22: Darrelle Revis traded to the Bucs After weeks and …

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Mar 05

After everything that happened last season, the Jets may still bring back Tim Tebow


Here’s a brief synopsis of the Tim Tebow experience in New York: In March of 2011, Tebow was traded to the Jets and boy was he excited to be in New York. He reportedly believed that he could beat out Mark Sanchez for the starting job, but things began to head south pretty early for …

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Feb 14

There’s No Doubt Mark Sanchez Caused Mike Tannenbaum’s Firing

NFL: New York Jets at Tennessee Titans

Former New York Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum said something interesting on Valentine’s Day regarding his recent firing. Tannenbaum said that the fact he signed Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez to a hefty extension was the primary reason he got the boot. Folks, we have a genius on our hands. Tannenbaum’s new nickname is “Captain Obvious.” …

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Dec 28

Jeff Pearlman: The Debate: Fire Rex Ryan vs. Keep Rex Ryan


I remember being in college and desperately wanting a chance to write somewhere … anywhere. Generally, that led to frustration. Hence, I decided to invite college journalists here to debate me on random subjects. I’ll run these from time to time, when I’m feeling particularly funky. Today, Vince Pitrone, an excellent University of Pittsburgh at …

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Dec 18

New York Jets and Tennessee Titans make NFL history


The 1958 NFL Championship between the New York Giants and Baltimore Colts is considered by most historians to be “the greatest game every played.” Or at least the most important, as it helped make football the American sport of the television age. Certainly, it set the stage for the creation of Monday Night Football, which …

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Nov 27

Jets fans let their team have it on the way to the locker room on Thanksgiving


Oh Jets fans. This is why you can’t have nice things. We understand that you’re frustrated with your beloved Jets’ play. But screaming “you suck”, “don’t even come out after halftime” and hurling obscenities at the players isn’t helping anything. And to the guys screaming, “Tebow, I want you in the second half” and “Tebow, …

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Nov 26

Unruly New York Jets Fans Even Managing to Run Off “Fireman Ed”


As a New Jersey born Georgian, I have my share of clashes of culture here in the south’s empire state. The most common occurrence is when I’m out at a local pub or sports bar, and find myself screaming the “J-E-T-S, JETS JETS JETS!” cheer along with New York Jets head cheerleader-in-the-stands, Fireman Ed. Now …

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Oct 09

“The Stack” 10-9-12


The Stack is here today with plenty to talk about. October playoff baseball is alive and well. We have NFL power rankings to get to as well as other interesting thoughts so let’s get right to it and see what made “the stack” for today, Tuesday, October 9:

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