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  1. After a huge win over the Titans, the Jets came down to earth last week when they dropped a 27-20 decision to the Falcons in jolly old England. And this week they get a rematch with their AFC East nemesis, the New England Patriots, to whom they lost 25-6 in Week 2 at MetLife Stadium. Below we will take a snapshot view of this matchup and see how these teams compare and provide the latest point spread, money line, and over/under. And remember, if you want expert analysis by some of the best handicappers in the business then you should know that BMR has a full preview of this game and all the o
  2. Jets head coach Robert Saleh met with the media today and said the team could be without linebacker CJ Mosley on Sunday. One of the team’s top players thus far, Mosley has a balky hamstring. Robert Saleh says LB C.J. Mosley won’t practice today with a hamstring issue and is day to day. Saleh hopeful for Mosley’s chances to play Sunday at New England. #Jets — Dennis Waszak Jr. (@DWAZ73) October 20, 2021 Jets fans most certainly cringed after hearing the news, given the fact that Mosley has essentially missed two full seasons. Finally having an impact, the linebacker’s status is up in th
  3. The New York Jets got some good news regarding starting safety Marcus Maye and linebacker Jarrod Davis. The pair are expected to play this week against the Patriots and could bolster Jeff Ulbrich’s group which has been impressive thus far. One question that will have to be answered however his how to deploy Davis while fellow strong side linebacker Quincy Williams has been a difference maker on defense. Quincy Williams is going to hurt somebody at some point. Hit's like a freight train. Second forced fumble of the day here. pic.twitter.com/9GIgbaTtUf — Glenn Naughton (@AceFan23) October
  4. Arizona Cardinals (6-0) Last Week: 1 The trip to Cleveland was supposed to be a more difficult task for the Cards. The defense allowed only seven points outside of a hail-mary touchdown at the half. Cleveland’s top-ranked rush offense only gained 73 yards Sunday. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-1) Last Week: 2 The scary thing about the Bucs is that they are getting production from the rushing game of late. This week’s game against the Bears should be nothing more than a speedbump for the Bucs coming off extended rest. Los Angeles Rams (5-1) Last Week: 4 The Rams are now ranked fourth over
  5. When things aren’t going right, sometimes the best thing you can do is take the week off. That is what happened to the Jets after melting down in London. During the bye week the coaching staff had a lot of work to do. Mission # 1 taking a look at the offense and figuring out how to get Zach Wilson off to a faster start. In this short video, Glenn Naughton takes a look at some of the good news the Jets received during the bye week. The post Best bye week ever? Jets Draft Stock Rises While Rivals Fall appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). http://feeds.feedburner.com/~
  6. On this week’s episode, Alex Varallo previews the upcoming matchup against the Patriots. Injury news, predictions, and an overview of the Jets current rankings. Thank you to our sponsor, BMR. Our Podcast can now be found on Spotify and Amazon Music. Also, be sure to subscribe to us on iTunes or Google Play. Here is some more information on how you can find us online. NY Jets Podcast on iTunes NY Jets Podcast on Google Play JetNation Radio on Amazon Music NY Jets Podcast Page NY Jets Podcast on YouTube The post NY Jets Podcast; Patriots After the Bye Week appeared first on JetNation.com
  7. This week Greenbean is in the central Virginia countryside and he wants to talk about Denzel Mims. Everyone seems to feel the same way, with some different versions. What is clear is that last year’s second-round pick Denzel Mims is having trouble getting on the field. He had food poisoning, lost weight, and had had trouble getting on the field ever since. Denzel plays three plays, has a 40-yard reception. Then he is inactive and doesn’t play a few weeks in a row. He is activated in week four, week five he played 8 plays. He is an exceptional blocker and in the last game, he was on the field
  8. The Jets have a couple of weeks to work on turning things around, particularly on offense, over the bye. Then of course the week before they meet the Patriots. As currently constructed, the biggest problem that has to be addressed on the roster is right guard. Greg Van Roten has been a consistent liability and every possible option should be explored. Even if it means shuffling the O-line a bit when Mekhi Becton returns from injury. Current left tackle George Fant has played well on the left side and Becton played on the right side for a time in college. While this would be the least des
  9. The NY Jets practice squad is changing once again. The team has announced a few moves. They had signed offensive guard Dru Samia and released safety Sheldrick Redwine. Samia is interesting because he plays a position of need (OG), and he started 4 games last year for the Vikings. Samia (6-5, 308) was drafted by the Vikings in the fourth round in 2019 out of Oklahoma. He played in 15 games over the last two seasons for Minnesota (four starts, all in 2020), taking 303 offensive snaps and an extra 68 on special teams. He was waived/injured by the Vikings in August before reverting to their IR
  10. There is only one side of the ball responsible for the 1-4 record we find ourselves with as we enter the bye week. Let’s all say it together, THE OFFENSE! If they could’ve been competent in the first halves of games we could be 3-2 (CAR & ATL). Here’s the hideous pattern we’ve seen over the first five games: – The offense does less than nothing in the first half. – The defense is on the field way too much and the team goes down two or more scores. – The staff makes proper adjustments at halftime. – The offense finally wakes up and makes a mad dash to get back into the game. – The defe
  11. Arizona Cardinals (5-0) Last Week: 1 The Cards were very business-like on Sunday winning against the 49ers. They will need to be more efficient on offense this week on the road against Cleveland. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-1) Last Week: 2 Everything worked for the Buc’s offense Sunday against Miami. They ran for their best total of the season (121 yards) while amassing 558 yards passing. The short week has them in Philadelphia Thursday. It could be a trap game for Tampa, but the Eagles may not be good enough to take advantage. Los Angeles Rams (4-1) Last Week: 4 The Rams handled the
  12. On this week’s episode of our New York Jets Podcast, JetNation Radio, Glenn Naughton and Dylan Tereman discuss the team’s week five 27-20 loss to the Atlanta Falcons. The offense came out sputtering once again with Zach Wilson missing on several opportunities to make big plays. What’s the problem with Wilson and how did the O-line look? We’ll also grade Gang Green’s rookies after the first quarter of the season and what the Jets can do to improve over the bye week. If you want to take part of the SBR Pick 6 Football Contest, join the contest for FREE. Up to $50,000 in prizes. Our Podcas
  13. The New York Jets had London buzzing. Gang Green fans filled local pubs as J-E-T-S chants rained down from the thousands of partygoers being treated to a rare Jets game across the pond. And it was all for naught. Once again, the Jets came out flat. The Falcons dominated in every single facet of the game through the first half as they took a 20-3 lead in to the locker room. Did Atlanta get some help on a phantom roughing the passer call on their first drive for 3 free points? Absolutely. Would that have made any difference in the long run? No. The Jets have now established themselves a
  14. As if the Jets coaching staff doesn’t have enough to worry about. Now it looks as if one of their best and most popular players has jumped on board with Jets fans who have been screaming for the team to play wide receiver Denzel Mims. UNLEASH MIMS!!!! — Trending Topic (@BigTicket73) October 10, 2021 Left tackle Mekhi Becton who was watching the Jets offense flounder from back on the east coast fired off a simple two-word tweet; “UNLEASH MIMS”. This of course aligns perfectly with the thoughts and cries from Jets fans in recent weeks who have been screaming for the Jets and their putri
  15. Following their impressive Week 4 overtime victory against the Tennessee Titans, the New York Jets now travel across the pond to London to face the 1-3 Atlanta Falcons. The Green & White are 1-0 in International play, with their sole win coming in 2015 against the Dolphins. Zach Wilson will look to continue his stellar performance, adding wide receiver Elijah Moore back into the fold after clearing the concussion protocol. Jeff Smith remains out with a concussion, so he and TE Tyler Kroft, who is dealing with a chest injury, did not travel with the team. Undrafted rookie tight end Kenny Ye
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