Nothing says summer quite like the crack of leather on willow as the test cricket season finally gets underway. While it has been delayed this year, it’s great to see the arrival of the West Indies side for a three-test series against England, starting 8th July at the Ageas Bowl. This will be followed by two further tests starting on the 16th and 24th at Old Trafford.
Tight end Chris Herndon made an impact during his rookie season in 2018, catching 39 of 56 targets for 502 yards and four touchdowns. Not only did he supply the New York Jets with rare tight end production, but his chemistry with fellow rookie Sam Darnold was obvious. Heading into last season, there was some buzz regarding Herndon’s development and most analysts and pundits projected him to improve in his sophomore campaign.
Scott Mason talks with FloridaGators.com reporter Scott Carter about former Florida Gators and recent Jets draft picks DE/OLB Jabari Zuniga and RB LeMical Perine as well as George Bremer of CNHI Sports in Indianapolis in regards to newly acquired Jets CB Quincy Wilson!
Episode 703 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason talks with FloridaGators.com reporter Scott Carter about former Florida Gators and recent Jets draft picks DE/OLB Jabari Zuniga and RB LeMical Perine as well as George Bremer of CNHI Sports in Indianapolis in regards to newly acquired Jets CB Quincy Wilson!
First, we talk with Scott to get a look at the Florida days of Zunia and Perine as we hear about their beginnings, what they are like as people, their ongoing development as players, what it was like to get to know and watch them up close and their talents on full display, the relationship between both players and their coaches, teammates and local community, and what should be expected of both players once they get to NY.
Then George joins the show to talk about Wilson including the story of the Colts drafting Wilson in the 2nd round out of Florida in 2017, what he did right and wrong early on, what led to him falling out of favor in Indianapolis, why the Colts finally decided to cut bait and trade him, how he would fare in adjusting to New York, what he could potentially do in Gregg Williams’ defense, and much more!
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Have you heard about betting? Of Course yes, right? I have seen many of you really want to bet. Here I am specifically talking about sports betting. Now you should know there are lots of rules and regulations about betting. I meant to say that there are laws which may be threatening betting in some countries. It completely depends on which country you are living in.
Opportunity knocks for the New York Jets in the 2020 season to capitalize on Tom Brady’s exit from the New England Patriots. The Jets have been starved of the AFC East crown for 18 years, but Adam Gase’s men now have the chance to dethrone New England and become the new force in the east.
Some of the greatest wide receivers in NFL history have played for the New York Jets. There are many notable names, such as Jerricho Cotchery, Laveranues Coles, and Keyshawn Johnson. But the following four receivers are arguably the greatest to have ever played for Gang Green. Continue reading “Four Greatest Jets Wide Receivers of All Time”
By now it seems certain that the NFL Draft will go on as scheduled. Roger Goodell has said as much, and at this point it’s too late to make a change. That means that in a number of days a whole new crop of rookies will have officially entered professional football — and we’ll know the next, new pieces of the Jets’ ongoing rebuild.
As a sports enthusiast, you may do stuff to support a team or player. You paint your face, wear your favorite sports jersey, spend all day reading or watching sports news, and travel to enjoy a live championship game. So in the article, I’m going to list a few essential things that every sports enthusiast needs. If you are short on these things, there is no way you can call yourself a true fan.
Adam Gase’s first year as the head coach of the New York Jets wasn’t’ that bad. Even though his team didn’t enter the playoffs for the ninth straight season, the overall impression was much better than in the years before. In 2018 the Jets ended the campaign with four wins and twelve losses, and this past year they had three victories more.
While many of the NFL stars that excite fans on Sundays enjoy long careers, the NFL is a short-term gig for most players. The average NFL career lasts a mere four seasons. What do players do after they retire from the NFL?