Thoughts from a Jets fan on the Darrelle Revis trade

April 21, 2013 Uncategorized

This trade was a Win-Win-Win for all three sides. The Buccaneers received the best cornerback in the NFL when healthy, the perfect elixir for a team that ranked 1st against the run and 32nd against the pass in 2012. I’m a big fan of Josh Freeman, who should continue to improve as he matures. The […]

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My thoughts on trading Darrelle Revis

March 8, 2013 Strategy

There are four things the Jets could do with Darrelle Revis. Option 1: Trade him before the draft to the team (not in the AFC East or in New York) willing to offer the most. Option 2: Trade him during the five-month period after the draft but before the trading deadline, under the assumption that […]

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Outlook for the 2013 Jets: Part I (The defense)

January 15, 2013 Coaches

In the preseason, I provided an in-depth preview of the 2012 New York Jets. By mid-season, I questioned the track records of Mike Tannenbaum, Rex Ryan, and Mark Sanchez and wondered whether or not they should (and would) be back in 2013. As we now know, after the season Tannenbaum was fired, Ryan was retained, […]

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Checkdowns: Antonio Cromartie’s improved play since the Darrelle Revis injury

November 21, 2012 Checkdowns

An interesting story today on Antonio Cromartie, courtesy of Bob Glauber of Newsday. Cromartie says that after Revis was injured, the All-Pro cornerback told Cromartie that he needed to start taking his job more seriously and that it was time for him to reach his potential. Cromartie stated: “Hearing it from your peers, you take […]

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Random Perspective On: The 2012 New York Jets

July 30, 2012 Random Perspective On

I spent the weekend in Cortland, New York covering Jets training camp. So what should we expect from the Jets this year? As the team enters its fourth season under Rex Ryan, it’s impossible to look at the 2012 season without putting it in the context of the Ryan’s other Jets teams. And while the […]

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