I never thought I’d get the chance to say associate the 2013 Jets with a “trap game,” but here we are in Week Six with the 0-4 Steelers a clearly inferior opponent. With the Patriots’ match-up on the horizon, the Jets could be caught in a trap game this week.
To borrow one of my favorite Suzyn Waldman-isms, “of all the dramatic things,” (and no, Roger Clemens is not in George Steinbrenner’s box) the New York Jets are now sitting at 3-2 by virtue of a heart-pounding road win against Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons, in front of the nation, after most people wrote them …
Most have the New York Jets pinned down as a loser heading into Monday night’s match-up, even though the Atlanta Falcons have been a drastically underachieving team so far this year. I honestly think tonight is a real toss up.
Every week Cole Patterson will break down the performance of the New York Jets tight ends. Here is his take on week four. Grading Scale: Tight end is an interesting position to grade out, given that they are responsible for both receiving and blocking. As receivers in the West Coast Offense, tight ends will be asked to …
By – Michael Chen Some people are comfortable making sports bets based on their gut. Everyone has heard a story or two about “a friend” who managed to make big money picking a team or horse based on the color of the uniforms, the animal’s name or another unscientific method.
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