Joe Caporoso on spending two straight NFL Sundays at MetLife Stadium to watch the New York Jets and New York Giants…
MetLife Stadium is now over seven years old. It is a drab, grey slinky that is home to the New York Jets and New York Giants. It sits next to a perpetually under construction, abandoned shopping mall originally called Xanadu, which is both the epitome of Chris Christie’s New Jersey and some type of metaphor for the teams who play next door.
Joe Caporoso with a TOJ New York Jets Film Room Breakdown on their week five win over the Cleveland Browns
We are back with another TOJ New York Jets film breakdown. Check out previous editions right here. On to the #tape…
The New York Jets were expected to be one of the worst teams in the league this season after purging their roster during the offseason, and weren’t expected to win more than four games. Despite the low expectations, the Jets are now 3-2 and have a share of the AFC East lead, which has improved sportsbook odds for Jets game.
The TOJ Roundtable discusses the New York Jets week 5 win over the Cleveland Browns
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What were you happiest about in the New York Jets week 5 win?
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Joe Caporoso with a New York Jets victory Monday GIF Dump for the team’s 17-14 win over Cleveland
Three weeks. Three wins. Three GIF Dumps. Click here for our initial reaction and post game podcast on yesterday’s win.
New PLAJ Podcast: Scott Mason and Kyle Fahey with post game reaction to the Jets 17-14 win over the Browns
Episode 22 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason and Kyle Fahey with post game reaction to the New York Jets 17-14 win over the Cleveland Browns. (more…)
Joe Caporoso with initial reaction to the New York Jets 17-14 win over the Cleveland Browns
The New York Jets showed they could win ugly today, edging out the Cleveland Browns 17-14 in a slop fest. Despite running for 34 total yards and not having a receiver with more than 39 yards, they still found a way to come out on top. This win belonged to the defense who came up with three turnovers. The Browns were inside the 5 yard line three times and came up with zero points, thanks to a turnover on downs, a fumble and an interception (Hello, Marcus Maye!). It was the team’s first road win of the season and a nice step for a young roster led by a very, very old quarterback.
Greg Armstrong with a positional breakdown of Jets vs Browns
The New York Jets are flying high after two straight wins at home. This week they’ll be traveling to Cleveland to take on the Browns, a team that has only won a single game in the last two seasons. I take a look at the position comparisons between the two teams. (more…)
Jake Benaquisto with his week 5 NFL Best Bets…
Week 4 Recap: Another winner! I went 3-2 on my picks, but I should have gone 2-3 if it wasn’t for an incredible back door cover by the Chiefs. My record is now 11-9, which I can’t complain about in an NFL season where the Rams and Bills are actually good. If you are looking to take part in any of the action, check out BetNow Sportsbook right here!