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Jets Draft Picks 2021
Draft Pick 1.13

CB Trevor Williams- 5'11" 191lbs Penn State (84 ovr)

We did not resign veteran CB Darrell Green this season which made it a priority to draft a CB. With the 13th pick, we selected CB Trevor Williams and we were happy to get him. Although not the fastest CB coming out of the draft, Williams has great acceleration (93 acc) to close on receivers. When he does close, Williams shows the great hands (71 cth) he has by coming up with interceptions. Williams will be starting opposite CB Chad Cotton, drafted 1.17 in 2017, who has been outstanding. Williams has many similar abilities to Cotton and we feel we have solidified our secondary with these two young talented corners.

Draft Pick 2.13

MLB Antonio Morrison- 6'1" 241lbs Florida (75 ovr)

Long time Jet and veteran MLB Kiko Alonso found a home known to many as the Black Hole or Raider Nation. Getting a MLB was a key in the second round. By the time we were ready to pick, 4 MLBs had already been selected. I feel we were lucky to get Morrison the way the MLBs were flying off the board. Although Morrison lacks the speed that other MLBs that were taken before him, Morrison showed, while playing for Florida, that he had great awareness (78 awr) on the field. His agility (82 agi) gave him the ability to shed blocks and make the one on one tackles behind the line of scrimmage. Morrison will be starting and playing alongside last years 3rd round draft pick Riley. As a rookie, Riley set the Jets rookie record for tackles for lossess (TFL) for the year, 17. We feel that Morrison could break that record this season.

Draft Pick 3.13

WR Trent Taylor- 5'8" 178lbs L.A. Tech (75 ovr)

At this round we were interested in getting a WR to fill the 4th receiver slot and KR/PR as well. Trent Taylor is the receiver we were looking for. The one thing that stands out is his incredible speed (95 spd). As they say, you can't teach speed. Taylor's speed makes up for his diminutive size (5'8"). His awareness (71 awr) on the field has shown why he is a weapon when it comes to kick returns and punt returns. As a 4th receiver, he will be going up against much slower corners, so Taylor should get plenty of opportunity to make a big catch.

Draft Pick 4.13

LOLB Ryan Carter- 6'2" 235lbs Michigan (75 ovr)

Last season we had 3 players who were injured for the entire season and we decided to draft quality back up players. Carter had some off field issues in Michigan that probably caused him to fall but we saw enough of him to know that he can be that player to step in should anything happen to our starting LOLB.

Draft Pick 5.13

HB Malcolm Brown- 5'11" 227lbs Texas (73 ovr)

Once again we were looking for a player to back up a starter. With all the injuries, half backs are always one hit away from an injury. We feel we can never have enough backs and we were glad to get Malcolm Brown. Brown has decent speed (88 spd) and acceleration (89 acc). The one knock on him in college was, for his size, he tried to dance around tackles instead of running through them which is the reason he has a low break tackle (68 btk). We hope through training camp and PFL Europe, he will improve in that area.
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Jets Draft Pick 2020
Draft Pick 1.16

HB Joe Mixon-6'1" 228lbs Oklahoma (81 ovr)

Veteran HB Gio Bernard found a new home in Cincy so priority number one was to get a half back. After Fournette, Mixon was second on our board. One word says it all about Mixon....SPEED! Mixon was the fastest HB coming out of the draft. He may be the fastest HB in the PFL. Along with his speed (98 spd) and acceleration (93 acc), he also can be a threat in the passing game, (77 cth). Mixon may be the most versatile back coming out of this draft. With Bryce Brown getting closer to regression, Mixon will be the #1 back soon and the beast of the AFC East.

Draft Pick 2.16

WR Curtis Samuel-5'11" 196lbs Ohio State (75 ovr)

Last season we drafted in the first round WR Malcom Mitchell (77 ovr) and all he did last season was set rookie Jet records for Yards (1,136), TDs (8), YAC (243) and longest catch (83). Samuel is a clone of Mitchell in height, weight and skills. In fact, he has slightly better speed (93 spd) and better acceleration (91 acc). We hope he can equal or better what Mitchell did last season. With Mitchell on one side and Samuel on the other, QB Dynamite throwing to them, the Jets will be flying high.

Draft Pick 3.16

MLB Duke Riley-6'1" 232lbs LSU (74 ovr)

Riley may not be as fast or as big as we like our middle line backers to be but Riley showed at the combines that he is one of the stronger linebackers (83 str) and has great knowledge of the position (76 awr). Training camp will help him improve and we feel he will learn a lot starting next to veteran MLB Alonso.

Draft Pick 4.16

TE Gerald Everett-6'3" 239lbs Alabama (71 ovr)

Everett will be our 3rd string TE. He has raw talent that in a few season after some training camp and PFL Europe, can get him to number 2 TE.

Draft Pick 5.16

SS Tedric Thompson-6'0" 204lbs Colorado (72 ovr)

Thompson will be backing up all pro Keanu Neal. Thompson has the height and size to be a physical SS but lacks great speed (85 spd). At this stage of the draft, we were looking for a solid back up.
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Jets Draft Pick 2019
Draft Pick 1.16

LOLB Desmond Woodson-6'4" 245lbs Texas(83 ovr)

11 year Jet veteran Wayne Odom, drafted in the 1st round of 2008, has been slowing down the past couple of years due to injuries and age (33). It was a priority to draft a LOLB this draft. At 6'4", Woodson has speed (spd 83), great acceleration (acc 84), excellent agility (agi 85) and great awareness (awr 81). We feel he is the perfect LOLB to take over the mantle from Odom. He will also book end last season Jet rookie sensation, ROLB Kyle Fackrell, who set the Jet rookie sack record, eclipsing Odom's record set in 2008. Woodson will have some lofty goals for this season but we feel his talent and a good teacher will get him there.

Draft pick 1.27

WR Malcolm Mitchell-5'11" 200lbs Georgia(77 ovr)

The most prolific offensive wide receiver in Jet history (758 rec./10,274 yds/33 TDs) was traded this off season to the Buccs. There is no way you can replace a receiver who had 92 receptions, 1267 yds and 8 TDs last season but we have to start somewhere and we feel Mitchell has the raw talent to be a great receiver. Although Mitchell is way shorter than Clausen, Mitchell showed at the combine his speed (spd 92) and agility (agi 91). At Georgia, Mitchell made some great catches but every now and then dropped a few easy ones due to lack of concentration. With some time at training camp, Mitchell will be ready to be our #2 wide receiver this season.

Draft pick 3.16

QB Kevin Anderson-6'2" 215lbs Fordham(78 ovr)

This draft class was not a good QB class but with veteran QB Rico Dynamite getting up in age (33) and possibly considering retirement, we realized we needed a QB now to groom. Picking in the 3rd round, we had Anderson top on our list for QB. Although he has a lot to learn, Anderson has a cannon for an arm (THP 96). The strongest in the draft. Throwing power is one thing you can not teach. We know he will need to work on his accuracy (THACC 80) but with training camp and sitting behind a veteran like Rico, we feel Anderson be a stud QB in the future.

Draft pick 5.1

CB Brent Williams-6'1" 198lbs Virginia(72 ovr)

Starting the 5th round we saw there were some good but raw talented CBs available. Williams is one of the taller CBs in this draft class and at 6'1", Williams has good speed (spd 90) and a good jump (jmp 88). He will need to work on acceleration and agility and in time we feel Williams could be a starting CB.

Draft pick 5.16

CB Clarence Waller-5'9" 166lbs Kentucky(72 ovr)

Although we had picked a CB to start the 5th round, we feel you can never have enough CBs on the roster. Especially when the injury bug hits your secondary like it did last season. Waller is another raw talented CB who fell only because of his 5'9" size. Waller is even faster than Wiliams, (spd 91) and has excellent agility (agi 95). With time and training camp, Waller could improve and become a starter one day.
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Jets Draft Pick 2018
Draft Pick 1.24

SS Keanu Neal-6'0" 211lbs Florida(91 ovr)

10 year Jet veteran Chris Smith, who was drafted by the Jets, was released this off season. When Neal dropped down to us, we jumped at drafting him. He is simply put, a stud Saftey. Neal has good speed (spd 88) excellent acceleration (acc 93) and great agility (agi 94) in 6'0" frame. His hands is what stood out in the combines (cth 71). He is a complete package and he will be taking over the void left by Smith.

Draft Pick 2.24

ROLB Kyler Fackrell-6'5" 245lbs Utah State(76 ovr)

With Burnside losing a step, we felt we needed to draft a ROLB. Fackrell is one of the bigger outside linebackers coming out of the draft. Although not one of the fastest linebackers, he does have good awareness (awr 77) and good agility (agi 82) for a man his size. With training camp, we feel he will be ready to start for us this season.

Draft Pick 3.24

DT David Onyemata-6'4" 300lbs Marist(74 ovr)

At this round we were looking for players to fill in as backups. Onyemata is a young DT who for his size, has good speed (spd 75) and agility (agi 61). He has a good awareness of the position and we feel will be a good back up to DT Shelton.

Draft Pick 4.24


FS DeAndre Houston-Carso-6'1" 201lbs Will & Mary(76 ovr)

Another back up position we needed to fill. Houston-Carso is a free saftey who is raw but can improve through training camp. Maybe he will be able to start in the future but for now, he will play on special teams and back up FS Iloka.


Draft Pick 5.24

MLB Josh Forrest-6'3" 249lbs Kentucky(67 ovr)

We wanted to draft a MLB but didn't think it would be in round 5. Although Forrest has good size, he lacks the speed we look for. Maybe with training camp, Forrest will improve on some of his skills to become a sold back up MLB.
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Jets Draft Picks 2017
Draft Pick 1.17

CB Chad Cotton-5'11" 216lbs Kentucky(83 ovr)

In 2011, the Jets drafted CB D. Green in the 2nd Round, 11th Pick. Since 2008, no other CB has been drafted higher than him until this years #1 DP for the Jets. Chad Cotton, (83 ovr), was the 5th best CB on our board and by the time we were ready to pick, four other CBs had been taken. Although Cotton isn't over 6 feet tall or has blazing speed, over 91, Cotton showed at the combines he has incredible acceleration (96 acc) for closing speed and out of the break speed. His vertical (95 jmp) was one of the best in the entire combines and his catch was 4th best coming out of the draft (65 cth). Cotton immediately gives a boost to a secondary that struggled due to injury or aging corners that could not keep up with opponents wide outs. Cotton and Green will be the best starting CBs since Revis and Cromartie were Jets starters back in 2008. The Jets are excited about this young talented CB.

Draft Pick 2.19

RE Brent Nalen-6'7" 291lbs Oklahoma State(85 ovr)

We dropped down two spots due to a trade with the Colts which brought a young WR Devin Smith to the team. At the 19th pick of the second round, we had no idea what to expect. RE B. Nalen was a 1st rounder on our board, so imagine how we felt to get a 1st round talent in the mid second round. Although Holmes (83 ovr) has been starting for us since he was drafted in 2013 in the 3rd Round, we felt Nalen's (85 ovr) talent would a great addition to an already young studded D-line with 2014 1st Rounder LE K. Ealy and and 2016 1st Rounder DT D. Shelton. Nalen is without doubt a beast at right end. At 6'7" 291 lbs, Nalen has speed (75 spd), acceleration (79 acc) and strength (80 str) and in just a few seasons, can progress even past stud LE Ealy.

Draft Pick 3.17

C Ron Finley-6'7" 323lbs Colorado(81 ovr)

Hard to believe there was still quality talent in the 3rd round but once again, the draft gods smiled upon us. We had Finley as the top Center in the draft. With this pick, we were happy to select Finley. Finley showed at the combines he has good pass blocking and run blocking skills and very agile for his 6'7" frame. The only negative on this young player is his strength (81 str). We hope after training camp, he will be able to build up more strength.

Draft 5.17

SS Chris Rivers-6'0" 216lbs Washington State(73 ovr)

Usually at this round it is slim pickings however we were in a need of a back up SS and Jones was available. Although not a lot of speed or acceleration, Jones was the best that was still available. He will also be on special teams as well.
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Jets Off-Season 2016
The Jets acquired the following players to the the team:

CB Devin McCourty-88 ovr 32 yrs old: We were in a need of upgrading our starting CB position with talent and veteran leadership. McCourty has both those things we were looking for in a starting CB. For many years, McCourty was a thorn in our sides when playing for the Patriots but now he will bring a boost to our secondary. McCourty has a knack for the ball and somehow always gets his hands on the ball whether by deflection or interception. We are happy to have him. McCourty will start opposite our young talented CB Green.

RE Adam Carriker-82 ovr 36 yrs old: We signed Carriker because we wanted to have a veteran RE backing up starter J. Holmes. Even with his best years behind him, Carriker still has the speed and strength to get a sack or two while disrupting plays in the backfield.

WR Ronald Johnson-80 ovr 32 yrs old: With the loss of Jock Sanders to free agency, we needed another speedy KR/PR. Even at age 32, Johnson still has incredible speed and acceleration needed to be an effective KR/PR. Johnson will also be an effective backup receiver should we need him due to any injuries to our starting wide outs.

LT Al Schroeder-79 ovr 31 yrs old: First year LT Bryan will be filling in humongous shoes left behind by future hall of famer D. Ferguson and we wanted a veteran presence in our backup LT. Schroeder has been mostly a career back up but we realize he is very talented player. Should Bryan struggle or get hurt, we know we have a very capable back up to step in.
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Jets Draft Picks 2016
Draft Pick 1.11

DT Danny Shelton-6'2" 339lbs Washington(89 ovr)

We were estatic to have Shelton fall into our laps at 11th pick. With his thick frame and powerful upper body, Shelton can dominate at the point of attack. He is a space-eater who is able to maintain good positioning against double teams. He comes to a defensive line that needed a serious upgrade especially at the DT spot. He will line up next to stud LE Kony Ealy (89 ovr), 2014 1st round draft pick. His talent will demand double teaming from offensive lines which will hopefully open up more opportuninty for LE Ealy and RE Holmes. We are happy to have Shelton on our team.

Draft Pick 2.11

LT Cedric Ogbuehi-6'5" 306lbs Texas A&M(83 ovr)

The great All-Pro LT Ferguson was picked up and signed by the Jaguars this season. Last years third round draft pick LT Lorenzo Bryan will start for us. So you ask why did we draft Ogbuehi? He showed at the combines he has great speed (70 spd), agility (73 agi) and strength (91 str) that really opened our eyes. He has the foot quickness and the ability to move easily in space. We will move him over to RT where he will start.

Draft Pick 3.11

P Bradley Pinion-6'5" 229lbs Clemson(94 ovr)

Punter Sam Koch's contract ended and he was released, so we were in the market for a new punter. There was not much out in free agency so we decided to draft a punter. First time for everything I guess. Well, if you have to draft a punter, you better get the top one. Pinion was the best in the draft. Pinion has a real big leg (93 pwr) and surprisingly good accurracy (90 acc) for a young punter. A punter with these skills can really be a weapon and help pin our opponents further back on their side of the field.

Draft Pick 4.11

K Justin Manton-6'3" 196lbs Louisville(88 ovr)

Many wondered why we would pick a kicker especially when we resigned Nick Folk, who has only missed 7 FGs in three seasons. Well, as much as we love Folk, he is 35 this season and even though he is very accurrate, he does not have a booming leg (90 pwr). On kickoffs, Folk has 12 touch backs in three seasons. Manton showed in college he has a very powerful leg (94 pwr) and we will use him this season on kickoffs. In a couple of seasons, with some progression, Manton will have the accurracy to go along with his power and he will take over all the kicking duties.
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Jets Off-Season 2015
The Jets acquired the following players to the team:

QB Chad Henne-82 ovr 33 yrs old: We lost back up Jermaine Walker and with Trent Edwards losing some skill due to age, we felt Henne had the tools to back up our starter. Although Henne is 33 yrs old, he still has a very strong arm (93 thp) and is quite accurate (89 tha). Should Rico suffer injury during the season, Henne will be able to step right in.

SS Eric Hagg-81 ovr 30 yrs old: Hagg was signed to back up our starter, Chris Smith. Hagg is similar in size and speed with Smith and being in the league for 8 seasons, Hagg will be able to adjust to our system quite easily.

DT Alan Branch-80 ovr 34 yrs old: Branch will be a veteran back up. He has played his entire career with the Steelers and maybe his best years are behind him but we feel that he will be a key veteran on our squad.

WR Jock Sanders-77 ovr 31 yrs old: Sanders was originally drafted by the Jets and was released after 2007 season. After spending several seasons with the Falcons, Sanders has returned to the Jets. He still has incredible speed along with acceleration and we feel he will make an excellent #2 KR next to #1 KR Dri Archer. You can never have enough speed demons when it comes to kick returns and punt returns.
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Jets Draft Picks 2015
Draft Pick 1.22

TE Larry Donnell-6'6" 265lbs Grambling State (79 ovr)

With veteran tight end and long time Jet, D. Keller moving on to free agency, it left a void at our#2 TE position. With T. Kelce off the board at 16, we were happy to select Larry Donnell. The first thing you notice is the size Donnell brings to the position. At 6'6", Donnell is the tallest receiver on the team. Not easily accomplished when you have 6'5" wide out on the same team. Although Donnell has tremendous size, he had shown at the combines that he has good agility (82 agi), good speed (80 spd) and acceleration (82 acc) along with great hands (79 cth). He will be a starter alongside our veteran TE DJ Wiliams and we have no doubt he will make an immediate impact for our team.

Draft Pick 2.22

WR Josh Parkman-5'10" 196lbs Florida State (85 ovr)

To be honest, Josh Parkman was not even on our draft board. I guess he wasn't on anyone's list either since he was dropping like a rock with no takers until our pick. How does a wide receiver who is an 85 ovr with 84 cth and a 85 awr not get picked in the first round? Simply put, if you stand 5'10" and have an 86 spd. However, we took a flyer on this kid because we are not drafting for a #1 or even a #2 receiver since we have top receivers in those positions but we figured he could make a great #3 receiver. At the combines he showed he has one of the best hands (84 cth) coming out of the draft, great awareness ( 85 awr) to run precise patterns and good acceleration when he makes his cuts (92 acc). With training camp and a possible rookie boost, Parkman could be a steal. We hope our scouts got this one right.

Draft Pick 3.22

LT Lorenzo Bryan-6'5" 323lbs Kent State (78 ovr)

With all-pro LT Ferguson getting up there with age, we figured it was a good idea to find a young tackle to fill those big shoes. Bryan definitely has the size to do that. Standing at 6'5" and weighing over 320 lbs, Bryan has tremendous strength (90 str) and amazing agility for his size (70 agi). Although a bit raw in his rbk and pbk skills, we feel through training camp and playing behind an all-pro like Ferguson that Bryan could step in as a starter as early as next season.

Draft Pick 4.22

LE George Johnson-6'4" 263lbs Rutgers (77 ovr)

At this round we were looking for a backup LE and were surprised to see Johnson still around. At the combines, Johnson was one of the stronger DEs (85 str) in the draft and has good tackling ability (72 tak). Although not as quick as the other LEs drafted before him, we think he will be a good backup.

Draft Pick 5.22

RG Willie Tennell-6'2" 303lbs Maryland (78 ovr)

At this round you never know what will be available or what you can get but surprisingly RG Tennell was a good player to get at that round. Due to his shorter stature and below average strength (82 str), Tennell fell way down in the draft. However, Tennell displayed some uncanny agility for his size (71 agi) and with some traing camp along with a tour or two in the PFL Europe, Tennell could be a starter at RG or even slide over to Center. Only time will tell.
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Jets Mid Season Report
The Jets first half of the season has been a brutal schedule. Of the eight games, six have been against division opponents. In a tough AFC East Division, the Jets split with the Dolphins (8-1) and the Patriots (6-2) while beating the Bills (3-5) twice. The Jets emerge with a winning record and look to equal or better their record in the second half of the season even though it will not be an easy task.

Jets Division Record: 4-2
Jets Non Division Record: 1-1

Mid Season Stats:
RECORD: 5-3

AFC EAST STANDING: 3rd Place

AFC SEEDING: 6th Place

(per game)
Points Scored: 19.5 14th
Total Offense: 307.4 7th
Passing Offense: 205.6 7th
Rushing Offense: 101.8 21st
Points Allowed: 16.3 11th
Total Defense: 314.9 26th
Pass Defense: 222.6 28th
Rushing Defense: 92.3 13th
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Jets start season 1-1
The NY Jets start this season playing the first three games against division opponents and after the first two games, the Green Machine is 1-1.

Week 1 Patriots @ Jets: 20 - 10
The Jets opening game at home was a success against the Pats. The offense clicked right from the start of game and finished strong with a 20-10 win. QB Dynamite played very effective by throwing for 18-27 for 248yds, 1TD pass while RB Brown took up where he left of last season with an effective running game, amassing 86 yds on 18 attempts. RB Bernard chipped in with 29 yds and a rushing TD. The defense played well by coming up with defensive stops during the game.

Week 2 Dolphins @ Jets: 20 - 22
The Phins came to town and the Jets were unable to follow up a win with another win. It wasn't because the Jets lacked the will to try but more like the football found its way to the Fish. The game started for the Jets like last week with a first drive score but by the time the 4th Qtr cam around, the Jets were trailing by 6 pts. With less than 2 minutes in the game, QB Dynamite found TE Keller for a go ahead TD. Unfortunately, the usually reliable Jets defense was unable to keep the Phins to score a winning FG. A tough loss no doubt.

Coming up for week 3, Buffalo Bills come to town. Another tough game.
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NY Jets Off-Season Moves 2014
The Jets were able to acquire some players from free agency market to be part of the Green Machine:

P Sam Koch-96 ovr 36yrs old: Koch is a veteran punter who has a powerful leg and is one of the top accurate punters in the league. His career average is 42.9 with 140 punts inside the twenty. We are happy to get a veteran like Koch on our team.

QB Trent Edwards-81 ovr 34yrs old: We signed Edwards, another veteran to the game, to our roster as the 3rd string QB. Edwards may be long in the tooth but he is still very talented and we are happy to have his experience at QB on our team.

WR Kerry Meier-79 ovr 30yrs old: The season is long and we realize that receivers can get hurt so you never have enough receivers on your roster. Meier is a tall receiver with good speed and hands. He has good awareness and can learn the system quickly. Should we lose a receiver to injury, Meier will be a solid 3 or 4 wide receiver.
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Jets Draft Picks 2014
Draft Pick 1.20

LE Kony Ealy-6'4" 273lbs Missouri(85 ovr)

Ealy is a big athletic pass-rush talent with size, acceleration (80 acc) and agility (81 agi) to pressurize the edge as a left end. Ealy is not a finished product but his natural physical ability will make him a disruptive force for opposing quarterbacks. Ealy steps in as our starting LE due to Gholston leaving for free agency.

Draft Pick 2.20

FB Trey Millard6'2" 247lbs Oklahoma(76 ovr)

Millard has outstanding size and he is a very efficient lead blocker (64 rbk). He has nice run skills and shows vision, patience along with the ability to avoid direct contact due to his agility (81 agi). Millard will be the starting full back who will lead block for Bryce Brown and Giovanni Bernard.

Draft Pick 3.20

HB Dri Archer-5'8" 175lbs Kent State(70 ovr)

Archer has great acceleration (93 acc) and speed (94 spd) to be an immediate contributor to our team. Although small in stature, Archer has the elusiveness to make big plays in the open field. We see him as an impact player to our return game and as back up half back to Brown and Bernard. Always great to get such a player in the 3rd round of the draft.

Draft Pick 4.20

CB LaMarcus Joyner-5'8" 184lbs Florida State(76 ovr)

Joyner dropped to the 4th round only because he is a tweener lacking some physical traits for the pros and his dimensions leave him vulnerable to mismatches. However Joyner has good awareness (73 awr) and has good agility (91 agi) to adjust to passes that seem out of reach. He also accelerates quickly to the ball once it in the air and he plays bigger than his size.
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Jets 2013 Draft Picks
Draft Pick 1.16

HB Bryce Brown-6'0" 223lbs Kansas State(83 ovr)

We had Bryce Brown as the #2 top HB coming out of this draft. We were surprised to see him fall down to the 16th spot. Brown is a bruiser who has average speed (89 spd) but has the ability to get to the hole quickly and accelerate through it (94 acc). At 6'0" 223 lbs, Bryce uses his big body to run over defenses and break through tackles (86 btk). Brown will start as our #1 back with McKnight continuing to be our speed back and #2 hb.

Draft Pick 2.16

TE Tim Wright-6'4" 220lbs Rutgers(71 ovr)

As far as tight ends go, we had Tim Wright #2 on our list due to his speed (81 spd) and acceleration (82 acc). At the combines Wright showed us he has allusive speed for his 6'4" frame but he also has solid hands (76 cth) and catched almost anything thrown to him. Although he will be our#3 TE, we feel he will quickly become a starter with his skill set.

Draft Pick 3.16

RE Josh Holmes-6'2" 274lbs Air Force(77 ovr)

We were very surprised to see Josh Holmes drop into the 3rd round of the draft. In this round we were looking to pick up a RE but never thought we would get to pick Holmes. Holmes has all the physical tools to become a great RE. At 6'2" and 274 lbs, Holmes combines agility (77 agi) with strength (72 str) and good awareness (73 awr). He impressed us so much at the combines, that we feel he will be our starting RE despite picking up Datone Jones (76 ovr) in last years draft. Jones will back up this season but he will be our starting LE next season.

Draft Pick 4.16

MLB Bront Bird-6'4" 250lbs Texas Tech(73 ovr)

We lost long time veteran Jet MLB David Harris to free agency and had to fill the spot. Bront Bird has the skills to fill that backup spot nicely. At 6'4" 250 lbs, Bird uses brute size and strength (78 str) to get to his target whether its a receiver, running back or quarter back. Bird plays the position smartly and could some day be a starter.
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Jets 2012 Draft Picks
Draft Pick 1.26

MLB Kiko Alonso-6'3" 238lbs Oregon (77 ovr)

At 26th pick, Alonso was the last of the top tier MLBs left. Alosno may not be the fastest coming out but at 6'3", Alonso showed he has good agility (82 AGI) and has good hands (62 CTH) to be a good coverage linebacker. In training camp he will work on being a better tackler but we feel that Alonso can be an immediate starter right next to super stud MLB Rock Larson.

Draft Pick 2.26

HB Giovani Bernard-5'8" 202lbs N. Carolina (80 ovr)

We were pleasently surprised to see Bernard slipped down so late in the 2nd round but glad he did because Bernard a pint size dynomite. In the combines Bernard showed he has above avg speed (91 SPD) but has the ability for his size to break tackles (74 BTK). We feel he can be a playmaker in certain situations and will help split carries between Shonn Greene and Joe McKnight.

Draft Pick 3.26

RE Datone Jones-6'4" 283lbs UCLA (76 ovr)

With the lost of back up Mike Devito to free agency, we felt Jones would be a perfect fit. We had him high on our board. At 6'4" Jones can move is 283lb frame with great speed (73 SPD) and accelerates quickly to the QB. He will back up veteran starter Kiwanuka but we feel in Jones will be a starter in the near future.

Draft Pick 4.26

RT JC Tretter-6'4" 307lbs Cornell (75 ovr)

With the retirement of RT Damien Woody, we needed a replacement. Last season RT James Brewer stepped into the starting role and played well for us. Although Tretter is very agile for his size (77 AGI), Tretter still needs to work and build on his run blocking skills. We feel with training, Tretter can be our future RT.
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NY Jets Offseason Moves 2012
The Jets did not making any trades this season but did dip into the free agency market and acquired the following players:

FS Santana Carey-83ovr 27yrs old: Carey was drafted by the Bills in 2009 and played 3 yrs for them until he hit the free agency market. We are happy to get a young talented FS to back up our starter George Iloka. We realized after Iloka missed almost the entire season last year due to injury, that it is important to have a good back up. We feel Carey has the size and speed to step right in if Iloka should get injured again.

LG Justin Pollard-79ovr 26yrs old: Pollard was on our team as a back up LG but was realeased due to other priorty signings. We were happy to get him back and keep him as our back up to starter Ducasse.
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Jets 2011 Draft Picks
Draft Pick 2.11

CB Darrell Green-5'8" 202lbs Texas A&M(81 ovr)

Since we gave up our first round draft pick to get QB Dynamite, our first pick was in the second round and we used it on a CB. Penn was the last name on our draft board for corners. The only reason he fell so low on our draft board was due to his size. At 5'8", he is towered by many taller receivers in the league but his vertical was impressive at the combines (91 jmp). He also showed he is one of the fastest corners coming out of the draft, (94 spd, 93 acc) and his catching skills was way above then the rest of the draftees (70 cth). We feel Penn could become an impact player and maybe even all-pro in this league.

Draft Pick 2.15

DT Darnell Clewett-6'6" 349lbs UCF(74 ovr)

We had another pick in the second round and again we looked towards defense. DT was next on our list and Clewett was high on it. The first thing that strikes you when you see this rookie is his huge size. He stands 6'6" and weighs in at 349 lbs. He reminds us of a young Kris Jenkins. His tackling skills are below average (61 tak) but with hard work in training camp and playing behind DT Green, someday he could be the massive mountain in the middle of our line.

Draft Pick 3.15

SS Juan Drake-6'4" 240lbs Penn State(77 ovr)

Drake was high on our list for strong safties and we were fortunate enough to get him in the third round. Drake has good speed (88 spd) for his 6'4" frame and good hands (67 cth). Drake will back up our starter Chris Smith. Drake will be a big part of our special teams this season.

Draft Pick 4.15

QB Jermaine Walker-6'3" 205lbs Penn State(78 ovr)

We took another Penn Stater, QB Walker. Eventhough Dynamite is our starter without a doubt and veteran D. Anderson will be our backup, we wanted to have a young third stringer. Walker has size and excellent arm strength (92 tpw) but needs to work on his accuracy (79 tacc). We feel he will have that opportunity through training camp and PFL Europe.
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NY Jets Offseason Moves
2011 Season

The offseason is upon us and the Jets have made a couple of moves to better the team for 2011.

1. The Jets traded DT Christian Ballard (26) 87 ovr to Patriots: Ballard was a 1st round draft pick in 2007 and was an immediate starter. After (4) seasons, Ballard was traded to the Patriots for a 2nd pick. With Ballard gone, it allows us to start DT Tiny Green, who was drafted in round 6 in 2008. Green is better suited for the 3-4 defense than the quicker, slimmer framed Ballard.

2. The Jets aquired QB Rico Dynamite (25) 87 ovr from Cardinals: Dynamite was acquired for a 1st round draft pick. With Sanchez hitting the free agent market, it was our priority to aquire either, through the draft or free agency, a young QB to succeed Sanchez. Dynamite was a 1st round draft pick in 2009 by the Cardinals but was put on their trade block this offseason. We jumped on the chance to get him because we feel Dynamite is the type of QB we are looking for. Dynamite is a strong arm QB that will have the ability to air the ball out for our speedy receivers like Clausen and Jones.

The Jets front office will continue to look to make more moves if the opportunity arises.

Update:

Through free agency, the Jets have acquired the following players:

TE Tony Scheffler-89ovr 32yrs old: Scheffler played with the Redskins the past three season. He was let go and we were fortunate enough to pick up a veteran tight end. He will have plenty of opportunity to play in a 3TE set and give our young QB another weapon to throw at.

WR Damian Williams-80ovr 26yrs old: Williams played 3 years with the Titans before being released. We acquired him off the waiver wire to bolster up our young talented receiving corps. He will be involved mostly in our 4 WR packages and is a great insurance if any of our starters should go down due to injury.
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Jets Win on the Road.
For the second consective season the Jets open up the season on the road. This year it was at Denver against the Broncos, the team they lost to in the AFC Divisional playoff. They had a whole offseason to think about that game and today they got a chance to reverse the outcome. Let's go to the press conference:

NY Jets Press Conference:

PRESS: Coach, what did you do differently today than you did in last years playoffs?

REX: The big difference is that we won. Seriously though, we were able to run the ball better this time around. Both Shonn Greene and Joe McKnight were able to run the ball on the ground and hit paydirt when we were in the redzone. It is always nice to cap off a drive with a rushing touchdown and we had two of them.

PRESS: Speaking of Joe McKnight, what did you think of the kick return for a touch down?

REX: Yea, well Joe is not just a backup to Shonn Greene, he is our all-purpose player on this team. He is an explosive player and we try to get him involved in every aspect of our game. When he scored on the kick return in the 3rd quarter, it lifted up our team and got our offense going.

PRESS: How do you feel your defense played today?

REX: Simply put, they played really good. They held an explosive offensive team to 10 points for 3 quarters and we would have like to have kept them to that but unfortunately gave up a TD in the last few minutes of the 4th quarter. Our defense kept us in the game until our offense got it going. So if you ask me, our defense did their job today.

PRESS: Looking ahead to next week, the Dolphins come in to MetLife Stadium, how will you prepare for that team?

REX: A division rivalry is always a tough game and we know we are in for a battle. The Dolphins are a well coached team that has a big chip on their shoulders. They missed the playoffs last year and want to show everyone that it was fluke. We need to put this win behind us and focus on the Dolphins. So, I would like to get that started as soon as possible. Until next week guys.
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Jets 2010 Draft Picks
Draft Pick 1.26

WR Marvin Jones-6'2" 199lbs Cal. (79 ovr)

For the second draft in a row, we picked a wide receiver in the first round. Although fast wide receivers with excellent hands were already picked, we had our eye on Jones because of his height along with his speed and quickness when running routes. In college he had issues at times catching the ball but he will have time to develop while sitting behind Clausen, Holmes and Edwards. We see him and Clausen being our starters in the coming future.

Draft Pick 2.26

FS George Iloka-6'4" 225lbs Boise St. (80 ovr)

The first thing that amazed us when we so Iloka at the combines was his size. Iloka is the tallest saftey coming out of the draft and although he is average in speed, he has quickness and showed he has good hands for a big guy. Due to cap issues, Iloka will be starting right away next to our 6'3" strong saftey, Chris Smith who we drafted last year in the 2nd round.

Draft Pick 3.26

RG Amini Silatolu-6'4" 311lbs Midwestern St. (80 ovr)

At this point we were looking for a backup to starter RG B. Moore. We had Silatolu on our board because he showed he had good pass block and run blocking skills. We feel he will learn alot behind Moore and someday be our starting RG.

Draft Pick 4.26

C Ben Jones-6'2" 303lbs Georgia (80 ovr)

Another pick for backup. Eventhough Mangold can never be replaced, we felt Jones would be a good backup should anything happen to Mangold. We liked his size and quickness and he showed at the combines he understood the blocking schemes well.
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Jets Win Wild Card Playoff Game
Jets win their first playoff game on the road by defeating the Jaguars 21-10 and up their winning streak to seven. After the game, a press conference was held with Coach Rex Ryan.

PRESS: Rex, how do you feel about this game eventhough you came out as winners?

REX: Well, you know guys, in football, a win is a win even when it doesn't go according to script. Anytime a defensive game is played, its never going to be a pretty game. With that said, I am happy our team fought to the end.

PRESS: Coach, what happened to the offense? Sanchez had his worst game of the entire season. What happened?

REX: Mark had a hard time from the start reading the Jags defensive schemes and he threw some bad passes that I am sure he wishes he could take back but when we win, we win as a team. There were games in the regular season the offense or special teams picked up the slack when the defense wasn't playing their best. In this game, the defense picked it up for the offense.

PRESS: Are you concerned about your offense for the next game?

REX: No not all. This is just one game our offense did no play well. It happens but when one part of the team is not playing well, the other part has to make plays. Thats what are defense did today.

PRESS: What did you tell you defense when they gave up the go ahead Jags touchdown?

REX: I told them not to give up. Keep up the pressure and keep working hard. We know that games like this, it just takes one big hit or one big catch to get us back into the game. It just happen to take two big hits in this one. I would just like to end this by saying I am proud of our team. We hope to continue our run and achieve our goal to the Super Bowl.
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Jets clinch playoff spot!
With a win over the Ravens last night, the Jets clinch their first playoff birth since GM Juan Ovalle took over the team. It took three seasons, going from 3-13 to 7-9 and this year finishing 11-5. The road to the playoffs was not easy but well earned since the Jets won six straight games and the Jets needed every win because the division rivalry Dolphins were right at their heels along with the Chiefs/Broncos jockeying for a playoff spot. The Jets have accomplished their first goal and hope to continue the run in the playoffs.
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Jets Mid Season Report Card
RECORD: 5-3

AFC EAST STANDING: 2nd Place

AFC SEEDING: 6th Seed

(per game)
Points Scored:20.8 15th
Total Offense:333.3 6th
Passing Offense:195.5 19th
Rushing Offense:137.8 4th
Points Allowed:17.0 7th
Total Defense:277.3 8th
Pass Defense:185.0 9th
Rushing Defense:92.3 10th

At midway point, the Jets have been holding their own in the tough competitve AFC East Division. The Jets suffered three losses to teams ranked #1(Saints), #2 (Bills) and #7 (Dolphins) with two out of the three only losing by five points or less. The Jets success comes on the heels of a defense that is ranked 7 thru 10 in defensive catagories while the offense continues to be strong rushing the ball. The second half of the season shows to be just as difficult if not more as the first half, especially weeks 11,12 and 13. The Jets will face division opponents consecutively those weeks. Those three weeks could determine if the Jets are playoff bound or not. Only time will tell.
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Green Machine Gets Win!
Jets open their season on the road against the Tennessee Titans. It was a beautiful day for opening day in Tennessee and the stadium was rocking for their beloved Titans. From the start, it was a battle but the Jets were able to pull out the win on kicker Nick Folk's game winning 49yd FG. Let's go to the press conference:

NY Jets Press Conference:

PRESS: So Rex, what do you think of your teams performance today?

REX: I think our team played great. The Titans are a well coached team with great players. Anytime you have Chris Johnson as your running back, its a long day for the defense and I thought our defense contained him well. As far as our offense, I felt they played great especially our receivers who made some big catches in the game to put us in a position to win.

PRESS: Speaking of receivers, rookie Randy Clausen had some big catches including the deep pass from Sanchez that set up the winning FG. Is this what you expected from the rookie when you drafted him?

REX: Absolutely guys. We had him high on our draft board due to his size and speed. He showed us at the combines he can catch anything thrown to or near him and again he showed us today what he can do. He came up big for us. We have confidence in him to make plays and that is why is out there.

PRESS: DE Kiwanuka first game with Jets looked impressive, can you tell us more about his role on this team?

REX: When we picked him up off the free agent market, we knew he fit perfect for out system. We want him out there on every play because he is such a disrupter. His (5) five takles for losses shows his abilitly to break down a play. As far as his role on this team, it is just to get into the oppenents backfield and create havoc.

PRESS: Rex, your next opponent is the division rivalry Buffalo Bills at Buffalo, any comments on that game?

REX: Well, I like to take one game at a time but this game in Buffalo will definitely be a battle like so many games in the past. The Bills are a much improved team and we wont be taking them lightly. So gentlemen, I would like to get back to my team and start preparing for the Bills.
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Jets 2009 Draft Picks
Draft Pick 1.13

WR Randy Clausen-6'5" 241lbs LSU (81 ovr)

Clausen is a clone to Calvin "Megatron" Johnson. He stands 6'5" and at 241lbs, he has <92> speed and a <93> acceleration. At the combines he proved he can catch anything even remotely near him and is going to be a great target for Sanchez in the red zone. The only reason this kid dropped so low in the draft was because of some off season incident that forced him to miss some games. Luckily for us he was there for our first pick and he will be the starting #3WR or slot receiver in certain formations.

Draft Pick 2.13

SS Chris Smith-6'3" 244lbs Southern Miss (81 ovr)

At this round we were specifically looking for a Strong Safety and this draft had some pretty good ones. However, we had Smith on our draft board very high due to his size, 6'3" and weight, 244lbs. Smith is like a speedy linebacker <86 spd> with great catching ability <66 cth>. We feel he has the raw talent and size to be one day our starting Strong Safety.

Draft Pick 3.13

MLB Kalen Caulley-5'11" 232lbs Wyoming (77 ovr)

We needed to fill the empty spot for a backup/special teams MLB and Caulley fell into our laps. Although a bit undersize for MLB, Caulley showed he has speed <83>, acceleration <82> and good awareness <76> to overcome is lack of size.

Draft Pick 4.13

ROLB Brent Vazquez-6'4" 239lbs Southern Miss (74 ovr)

Looking for a backup LOLB and Special Teamer, we drafted another Southern Miss player and fellow teammate to Chris Smith, Brent Vazquez. Vazquez has good speed <83> for his 6'4" frame and showed he can put a good lick on a player but still has to work on getting stronger. Vazquez has raw talent and hopefully in a few years be an impact player.
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NY Jets Press Conference
Last season the New York Jets won a total of (3) three games. This season, the Jets won their first (3) three to equal their total from last season. However, the high flying Jets were shot down in week 4 by the St. Louis Rams. A press conference was held this morning with GM Juan Ovalle and Coach Rex Ryan.

PRESS: Rex, what happened with Sanchez this week?

REX: Mark is fine. The Rams defense put good pressure early on in the game which forced Mark to throw quicker than he wanted to but once the offensive line gave Mark some protection, Mark was able to move the ball.

PRESS: What about the first interception in the third quarter when you were in scoring range? Also, no interception first 3 games, 3 in this game, how come?

REX: Yeah, we were looking great on that drive until we stalled inside the Rams 35yd line. With 3rd and long, Mark saw something and called a play at the line of scrimmage. Unfortunately, the Rams played good defense. The interception hurt us but we were still in the game at that point. The other (2) interceptions were late in the 4th quarter when the Rams were playing the pass.

PRESS: Rex, where was the defense that allowed only 13 pts in the first 3 games?

REX: The same defense in those games were also at this game guys. Much of the credit goes to the Rams offense tho. When they needed a critical first down, their playmakers made the plays. There were a few plays had our secondary knocked down the pass or our pass rush got to the QB, things would have been much different. But our defensive guys were playing hard on every down.

PRESS: Is there anything positive you can take from this game at all?

REX: Our running game was looking good. Shonn Greene has been running great for us the past few weeks and we have confidence in him to lead our ground game. Unfortunately, playing from behind did not allow us to use Shonn more. We feel Greene and McKnight will continue to give us positve production.

GM JUAN: To conclude this press conference, I am pleased with our start to this season and this loss takes the pressure off an undefeated season....LOL. On a serious note, this league has too many good coaches to even think you can win every game. This game was closer than the score indicated but there are no good losses whether you lose by 14 points or by 1 point. Hopefully this is just a small bump in the road to our ultimate goal, post season games. The loss is behind us and now we are focusing on our division rivals, New England Patriots. Until then, this conference is over.
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New York Jets 2008
The New York Jets started the off season by cleaning house. We released HB LaDainian Tomlinson, WR Brad Smith, ROLB Calvin Pace, LOLB Bryan Thomas, and LOLB Jason Taylor. Through the draft and free agency, we aquired talented players to help us on both sides of the ball. Training camp helped these players improve even more.

OFFENSE: Not many changes on the offense. QB Mark Sanchez will have his same main receivers, Holmes, Edwards, Cotchery and Keller while RB Shonn Greene will start in the backfield with RB Joe McKnight as backup. No change to the offensive line this season. The newly aquired players for the offense this offseason are:
HB Lorenzo Booker- Booker (FA) will play as our 3rd down running back.
WR Michael Romberg- Romberg (Draft) has earned the #4 wide out spot.
TE Randy Wheaton- Wheaton (Draft) will play as the #3 TE.

DEFENSE: The defense went for a makeover. Last season the Jets spent their #1 draft pick on a defensive tackle. The Jets this offseason continued to spend draft picks on defensive players. The biggest changes were amongst the linebackers. The Jets makeover makes them younger and faster. The aquired players to make this happen are:
LOLB Wayne Odom- Odom (Draft) #1 DP starts as our LOLB.
ROLB Donald Burnsides- Burnsides (Draft) gets the starting ROLB spot.
MLB Rock Larsen- Larsen (Draft) is our #2 MLB.
LOLB Keith Ellison- Ellison (FA) brought in to backup Odom.
DT Tiny Green- Green (Draft) will be backup behind Jenkins and Ballard.
CB Lester Stafford- Stafford (Draft) will be playing behind some good cornerbacks and this season will be the #4 CB in dime packages.

The new look New York Jets are ready for the new season.
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Jets 2008 Draft Picks
Draft Pick 1.3

LOLB Wayne Odom- 6'4" 263lbs Notre Dame (86 ovr)

Our fist priority was LOLB and we went with speed. At the combines, Odom's speed <88> and acceleration <88> was unmatched. Odom also demonstrated good strength <80> and great agility <85> that was hard to go unnoticed. Put this all together in a 6'4" 263 lb frame and you have a beast at LOLB position.

Draft Pick 2.3

ROLB Donald Burnsides-6'2" 249lbs Florida State (86 ovr)

Our next priority was ROLB and although Burnsides is not quite as fast as Odom, he possess good speed <82> with excellent acceleration <85> and matches Odom's agility with <85>. Where he lacks in strength <68> he gained in excellent tackling skills <85>. We feel we have solidfied our outside linebacking corps with the best two linebackers to come out of a draft.

Draft Pick 3.3

MLB Rock Larsen-5'11" 232lbs S.C. State (80 ovr)

At this stage we thought we go with the trifecta and drafted another linebacker. Rock Larsen was on top of our boards at this point. Although only 5'11", Larsen posses good speed <83> with excellent acceleration <85>. He has excellent tackling skills <86> and has great hands <59> that makes him good in coverage. We feel with his speed, acceleration, agility and hands, he will the perfect #2 MLB in our defensive schemes.

Draft Pick 4.3

WR Michael Romberg-5'9" 182lbs Auburn (77 ovr)

Our first offensive player to be drafted and it was a WR. Not as fast as the higher drafted wide outs but Romberg has good hands <80> and will compete with WR Jock Sanders for the 4th WR position. Hopefully through training camp he can improve some skills.

Draft Pick 5.3

CB Lester Stafford-6'0" 201lbs Virginia Tech (77 ovr)

Lester showed at the combines good speed <92> and good hands <63>. He will join a team that has talented CBs so he will be backing up and playing special teams.

Draft Pick 6.3

DT Tiny Green-6'4" 296lbs Georgia (78 ovr)

Green combines good size and strength <90> and will be good #3 DT. We hope he will progress into a nice #2 DT for the future.

Draft Pick 7.3

TE Randy Wheaton-6'3" 260lbs Beth Cookman (79 ovr)

Wheaton impressed us at the combines with his hands <75> and his quick acceleration <87> into his routes. He makes a great #3 TE for our team.
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At A Glance
JETS FRONT OFFICE
GM Magic
Head Coach T.Bowles
Offensive Coordinator J.Marshall
Defensive Coordinator F.Bush
Special Teams K.Schottenheimer
Salary $131.14M
Cap Penalty $970K
Cap Room $10.89M

INJURY REPORT
PLAYER POS OVR LENGTH

AFC East
RNK TEAM W-L-T PCT DIV
#14 Bills Bills 8-8-0 0.500 4-2
#19 Patriots Patriots 8-8-0 0.500 4-2
#23 Dolphins Dolphins 6-10-0 0.375 2-4
#28 Jets Jets 4-12-0 0.250 2-4

JETS SCHEDULE
WK DATE OPPONENT TIME/RESULT
1 Sun at Bills Bills #14
Won 21-14
2 Mon vs Chargers Chargers #20
Won 23-7
3 Sun vs Buccaneers Buccaneers #31
Lost 31-33
4 Sun vs Patriots Patriots #19
Lost 13-23
5 Sun at Falcons Falcons #9
Lost 13-21
6 Sun at Titans Titans #5
Lost 7-27
8 Sun vs Dolphins Dolphins #23
Lost 23-38
9 Mon vs Panthers Panthers #1
Lost 14-29
10 Mon at Saints Saints #8
Lost 10-24
11 Sun vs Bills Bills #14
Won 30-27
12 Sun vs Colts Colts #4
Lost 13-19
13 Sun at Dolphins Dolphins #23
Lost 27-29
14 Sun at Ravens Ravens #27
Won 31-20
15 Sat at Jaguars Jaguars #6
Lost 17-19
16 Sun at Patriots Patriots #19
Lost 21-24
17 Sat vs Texans Texans #18
Lost 13-34