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Jets Thanksgiving History

Jets Thanksgiving History

Photo by Rob Tringali/SportsChrome/ The Jets have played eight times on Thanksgiving in the past. They are an even 4-4 in those games. Below we will take a look at them. November 24, 1960: New York Titans 41 Dallas Texans 35 The American Football League played games on Thanksgiving, and the Jets played on Turkey Day in each their first three years of existence. They were called the Titans at that point. Playing against the future Kansas City Chiefs, Don Maynard caught 10 passes for 179 yards and a touchdown, while Art Powell added 8 catches for 110 yards and a...
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New York Jets Flight Connections 11/26/20

New York Jets Flight Connections 11/26/20

Photo by Katelyn Mulcahy/ Bringing your daily links to the NFL’s New York Jets Good morning, GGN! I hope you’re all having a great start to the day and I hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving day. Originally we were going to get three NFL games on the day, but due to a Covid outbreak at the Raven’s facility, the Ravens-Steelers game has been postponed to the early Sunday bracket. We now have two pretty mediocre games on Thanksgiving day, but at least we have NFL games nonetheless considering the extent of things so far this year. Sam Darnold returned to practice...
New York Daily News 17 hours ago
Sam Darnold’s time with Jets appears to be coming to an end barring a late-season surge

Sam Darnold’s time with Jets appears to be coming to an end barring a late-season surge

Sam Darnold’s uncertain future with the Jets has brought a broader issue into focus at a time when young quarterbacks must produce results quickly or else.
The Jets coaching staff’s poor usage of Chris Herndon (at least partially) explains his lack of production in 2020

The Jets coaching staff’s poor usage of Chris Herndon (at least partially) explains his lack of production in 2020

Photo by Kevork Djansezian/ After a 2019 season lost to suspension and injuries, expectations were high for Jets tight end Chris Herndon entering 2020. Everything seemed to be in place for a breakout season. His head coach Adam Gase even referred to him as a “unicorn.” Instead for most of 2020 Herndon has performed at a level below replacement level. Through 10 games he has only 16 catches for 133 yards and a single touchdown. On 2 of those 16 catches he has fumbled the ball. He also has 4 drops on 27 total targets, a ridiculous 14.8% drop rate. What has happened to...
Jets Mailbag: Which Wide Receivers Should the Team Target in the Offseason?

Jets Mailbag: Which Wide Receivers Should the Team Target in the Offseason?

Photo by Jonathan Daniel/ Today is podcast mailbag day. Thanks to everybody who sent in questions. Once again there were more questions than there was time to answer all of them. If your question was not answered this week, feel free to resend it for a future mailbag to be answred then. On today’s show we look at how effective the offseason moves to rebuild the offensive line have been, whether Breshad Perriman might have a future with the Jets, how the kicking situation should be handled going forward, whether Justin Fields is actually a better prospect than Trevor...
Gang Green Nation Nov 25, 2020
New York Jets Flight Connections 11/25/20

New York Jets Flight Connections 11/25/20

Photo by Katelyn Mulcahy/ Bringing your daily links to the NFL’s New York Jets Good morning, GGN! I hope you’re all having a great start to the day. This week the Jets face a division rival in the Miami Dolphins. The last time these two met earlier this season, the Jets got completely shutout to the tune of 24-0. That was with former Jets’ QB Ryan Fitzpatrick at the helm, however. This time around the Jets will be facing rookie Tua Tagovailoa, who was benched last week by HC Brian Flores after a poor performance against the Broncos. This could be one of the few...
Jets Make a Number of Roster Moves

Jets Make a Number of Roster Moves

Photo by Katelyn Mulcahy/ The Jets made a number of reported roster moves on Tuesday. Running back La’Mical Perine and kicker Sam Ficken are on their way to injured reserve. Tight end Ross Travis and running back Josh Adams have been elevated from the practice squad to the active roster in corresponding moves. We've placed K Sam Ficken and RB La'Mical Perine on IR.TE Ross Travis and RB Josh Adams have been signed to the active roster.— New York Jets (@nyjets) November 24, 2020 Perine was having a pretty good game on Sunday but suffered a reported high ankle...
Jets Week 11 Anti-Game Ball: Dowell Loggains

Jets Week 11 Anti-Game Ball: Dowell Loggains

Photo by Jim McIsaac/ The Jets lost on Sunday, which makes it our sad duty to give out the tenth anti-game ball of the 2020 season. There are many directions I could go with this honor. Perhaps I am too focused on this aspect, but I still have a difficult time understanding the first half play calling for the Jets. There were two combined targets in the passing game for all of the team’s wide receivers. The offense struggled, only producing 6 points. Those points came on a touchdown that was set up by a short field off a blocked punt. Under any circumstances it would...
Podcast: Challenges and Opportunities for the Jets

Podcast: Challenges and Opportunities for the Jets

Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports The Jets are 0-10 and officially eliminated from Playoff contention. The only drama left in 2020 season is whether they will be the third team in NFL history to go 0-16. Most of the focus is on the future. Most of us are expecting the Jets to make a coaching change. While you can never rule anything out with the Johnsons, there isn’t much of a rationale for keeping Adam Gase. Last year the team could at least point to a 6-2 finish. Selling this job to potential candidates has some challenges. There are things that will likely make...
Gang Green Nation Nov 24, 2020
NFL Power Rankings, Week 12: Baby Steps

NFL Power Rankings, Week 12: Baby Steps

Photo by Katelyn Mulcahy/ The New York Jets lost to the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday, a 10th consecutive loss to start the season. At 0-10 the Jets are the NFL’s sole winless team. However, Sunday marked the second consecutive game the Jets had a shot to win in the final minutes of the game, and the second consecutive game the offense scored 27 or more points. Don’t look now, but the Jets have actually looked like a competitive team the last two games. No wins yet, but progress from earlier in the season when the Jets were routinely getting blown out. Baby steps....
Gang Green Nation Nov 24, 2020
New York Jets Flight Connections 11/24/20

New York Jets Flight Connections 11/24/20

Photo by Katelyn Mulcahy/ Bringing your daily links to the NFL’s New York Jets Good morning, GGN! I hope you’re all having a great start to the day. At this point it’s getting pretty hard to find anything positive about this Jets team. The team stinks, there’s next to no players that are worth keeping around, and the fans are dead-set on getting their ‘savior’ of a Quarterback that has plenty of flaws in his own right. I’ve never actively seen a fan base want to go winless as much as I have seen from Jets’ fans, and it honestly just makes this season...
New York Daily News Nov 24, 2020
Jets’ handling of Bless Austin’s injury raises internal questions about tanking

Jets’ handling of Bless Austin’s injury raises internal questions about tanking

Austin's curious path to the IR may be a sign the team is in the tank.
La’Mical Perine expected to miss time with high ankle sprain

La’Mical Perine expected to miss time with high ankle sprain

Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports Jets head coach Adam Gase spoke with the media on Monday. Among his updates was the injury status of rookie running back La’Mical Perine who suffered a high ankle sprain in Sunday’s loss to the Chargers and is expected to miss time as a result. LaMical Perine has a high ankle sprain so he will miss time. #Jets— Al Iannazzone (@Al_Iannazzone) November 23, 2020 Jets injury update: Rookie RB La'Mical Perine is likely heading to IR with a high-ankle sprain. Get ready for a whole lot of Frank Gore. RT George Fant is week-to-week...
What was the most important play of the Jets’ loss to the Chargers?

What was the most important play of the Jets’ loss to the Chargers?

Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports In a game like the Jets’ Week 11 loss to the Chargers finding the most important single play is a task open to interpretation. Did the most important play happen in the first half which helped the Chargers open up a big lead? Was it during the second half as the Chargers held off a Jets rally? It is open to debate. For the sake of simplicity, I will go with the final offensive play the Jets ran. On fourth and 9 from the Chargers 32 with 1:51 left, Joe Flacco liked his matchup on the outside and threw a deep shot to Denzel Mims....
Podcast: Jets Lose to Chargers 34-28

Podcast: Jets Lose to Chargers 34-28

Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports The Jets fell to 0-10 yesterday and were officially eliminated from Playoff contention in a 34-28 loss to the Chargers. I mentioned a few weeks back that bad teams find different ways to lose. This was a new type of loss for the Jets. It began looking like yet another uncompetitive blowout as Los Angeles took a 24-6 halftime lead. The Jets actually played pretty well in the second half, however. At one point they had the ball down 8 in the fourth quarter with a chance to tie. The team wasn’t able to finish, however, and the Chargers...

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