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Are There Keys for Success in the New York Jets 2022 Schedule?
Are There Keys for Success in the New York Jets 2022 Schedule?
The 2022 NFL schedules were released on Monday. This is the time of year where New York Jets fans have a ton of time on their hands trying to find some nugget of optimism to grasp onto. Rationalizing the progress within a four win season is just another day at the office for an old grizzled Gang Green fanatic. What secrets lie within this year's NFL schedule? After 11 years, will this finally be the year that the Jets make the playoffs?
Three Takeaways From the 2021 New York Jets Season
Three Takeaways From the 2021 New York Jets Season
When your team goes 4-13 and you haven't gone to the playoffs in more than a decade, you try to find the positives. The Jets did not have a good season but there were definite improvements. Yesterday's battle with the Buffalo Bills followed a down to the wire loss at the hands of Tom Brady. Plenty of teams have lost in the last 2 minutes to that guy. There is an undeniable fight in this Jets team. Now, will it last?
Is Zach Wilson Better Than Sam Darnold Already?
Is Zach Wilson Better Than Sam Darnold Already?
To me, the comparison to Sam Darnold is important. I have said it time and again, Sam Darnold was at a disadvantage with Adam Gase as his head coach. I am not trying to be funny. Sometimes there are bad head coaches. Gase was one of them. At the same time, Darnold made enough head scratching plays to make you wonder if the Jets missed on him. Given the track record of former Jets General Manager Mike Maccagnan, it wouldn't shock anyone if he selected a bust to be his franchise quarterback.
Jets Land New Wide Receiver
Jets Land New Wide Receiver
The New York Jets have no shortage of needs this offseason but maybe one of those needs just got filled in free agency. The Jets have agreed to a three-year $37.5 million deal with former Tennessee Titans wide receiver Corey Davis. This has the potential to be a big get for the Jets.
Jets And Giants Fans Will Get To Return To MetLife In 2021
Jets And Giants Fans Will Get To Return To MetLife In 2021
Last season didn't provide a ton of wins for either the Jets or the Giants but that wasn't the worst part of the 2020 NFL season. The worst part was Giants fans couldn't cheer on their improved team that was in a playoff hunt right down to the wire and Jets fans couldn't let Adam Gase know how much they wanted him fired in person. Good luck to both Giants head coach Joe Judge and Jets head coach Robert Saleh because the fans are coming back! New Jersey Governor Phil Murphey had a busy Monday as he legalized marijuana and paved the way for fans to return to sporting events.

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