Clayton Smarslok’s CFB Week 7 Cheat Sheet…
This is it, the Saturday of all Saturdays in the college football regular season. We are officially about halfway through the year and we are granted an abundance of amazing matchups all day long. There are four top-25 games and another one that barely misses that description. At all times of the day you will have good football to watch which is all anybody wants on a Saturday. When you get games like these, you also get players that put their names out there on a national stage as scouts want to see production against top competition. The only thing you have to do now is to read the rest of the cheat sheet, kick back, relax and hope that these games don’t disappoint.
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To say that it has been a rough start to the 2019 NFL season for the New York Jets would be an understatement. From early season losses to quarterback illnesses, things haven’t been ideal for Gang Green. But, as the saying goes, it isn’t how you start but rather how you finish. And while the season may not be going the way that the Jets have hoped, there are still a lot of things for the team to play for as they move forward in 2019.
The OG of Jets podcasts is back! Join Brian Bassett and pals Travis Milton and Josh Conrad as “Play Like A Jet” presents the season 2 week 1 episode of “There’s Always Next Year!”
This week the boys are back to talk about what they have been up to since we last heard from them – including Travis getting what can only be described as the craziest and best tattoo of all time – and needless to say, they have had a lot of fun but are glad to be back talking Jets football!
This week, the boys talk all about Gang Green and what they expect from the team.
Can the Jets get exceed expectations this season? Will they start the season with a victory against Buffalo? How drunk will Travis get if things go off the rails Sunday?
For the answer to these questions and more, give the show a listen!
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Greg Armstrong With His Initial Reaction To The Jets Four Waiver Claims…
The New York Jets were said to be active with waiver claims and they didn’t disappoint. They were tied for the second most waiver claims with four. Joe Douglas has taken an active approach into trying to reshape the holes on the roster left by the old regime. Continue reading “Initial Reaction-New York Jets 4 Waiver Wire Additions”
It has been nine years since the Jets were in the playoffs and that was when Rex Ryan’s team reached the AFC Championship game, losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers 24-19. There has been a lot of changes in the off-season in New Jersey which has left Jets fans optimistic about the campaign ahead.
Here are three reasons why the Jets could reach the playoffs at the end of the 2019 regular season.
With just four wins last season and no more than five since 2015, we could be forgiven for not getting too carried away with the Jets’ chances in the upcoming season. But there is a sense of renewed optimism in the organization that could end up surprising a few teams this year.
Can you believe that the NFL season is almost upon us? The excitement is practically uncontainable!
The Jets get four preseason matchups this year. Technically Week 1 consists of the Denver Broncos vs. Atlanta Falcons game only, but since there is only one game, and the bulk of the league is playing just four games, we are going to consider August 8th through the 10th Week 1 games.
Continue reading “NY Jets Preseason Schedule Leans”
Even the most dedicated fan would have to admit that the New York Jets underperformed in the 2018 season. And if they’re going to do better in 2019 some significant changes are going to have to be made. Todd Bowles was shown the door at the close of the season and now it’s going to be up to Adam Gase to breathe some new life into the team and help them regain the winning habit. His history shows that he should be capable of this, having done a great job at Miami Dolphins including taking them into the playoffs in 2016 – for the first time in eight years.
NFL Training Camps are quickly approaching but before we get there, the NBA takes precedent. The NBA draft was a week ago, free agency is right around the corner and weeks after we’ve moved on from the NBA season, awards were finally given out. With all that being said, what would a basketball team look like if we were limited to only guys on the current Jets roster? Lets give it a shot! Continue reading “Crafting A Basketball Team Out Of The Current Jets Roster”
It will soon be possible for sports fans to bet on the New York Rangers and Knicks from Madison Square Garden, they will also be able to bet on the Yankees at Yankee Stadium.
The new amendment to the Illinois bill was introduced by Sen. Joseph Addabbo Jr. and will now allow legal sports betting at sports stadiums and arenas, off-track betting parlours, and racetracks.
Continue reading “Has There Been a Knock-On Effect By the Illinois Bill for New York’s New Sports Betting Amendment?”