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What the Jets, Knicks, and Mets Have to Teach Us About Fandom With their newfound prudence, they’re teaching us what’s so great about being just okay.
Jets-Bills Unis a Nightmare for the Color-blind The full-body red and green uniforms made it difficult for them to tell the teams apart.
That Sucker Punch Could Cost Geno Smith Millions If the Jets quarterback can’t regain his starter’s job when he returns, he may never get to sell himself as a starter in free agency.
Meet Percy Harvin, the Newest Jet He’s been traded to New York, pending a physical.
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The Optimist’s Guide to the 2014 Jets and Giants If you squint a bit, maybe they don’t look so bad?
Author Nicholas Dawidoff on a Year With the Jets Dawidoff spent a year with the team for his deeply reported new book.
The Jets Are Especially Exhausting Right Now It’s tough to get worked up about anything when the stakes seem so low.
Tim Tebow to Sign With the Patriots You might want to avoid ESPN for the next 24 hours, just to be safe.
The Golden Globes and the NFL Playoffs Had More in Common Than Big Shoulders Such as tight outfits, hot men who work out a lot, and an abundance of green.
Jamie Oliver’s Food Fails with Kids; Comme Ca Opening in Vegas When the Naked Chef cooked for a West Virginia school, kids stopped buying food, while David Myers sets his sights on Sin City.
Where to Cheer on the Jets for Cheap Grab your jersey and head to these watering holes to root for Gang Green.
Giants Win, Jets Win Even Bigger — and We Defend Serena Williams! Our new sports blog has the take on the first day of NFL play, and the last day of the Women’s U.S. Open.
Congress to Buy Itself Some New Jets This is the same Congress that’s always excoriating executives of companies bailed out by taxpayer dollars for using private jets.
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Jets Safety Kerry Rhodes Makes the Most of Summer Break With Riesling and Rib “For dinner, I went to my favorite spot, Ricardo’s in Harlem. LL Cool J told me about it a long time ago.”
Jet Calvin Pace Suspended for Performance-Enhancing Drugs It’s safe to say new coach Rex Ryan could have done without this.
Thank You, Jets and Giants, for a Drama-Free Off-season Plaxico Burress could be our problem right now, but he’s not.
Meet Your New Quarterback Introducing a side (okay, many sides) of Jets rookie Mark Sanchez you’ve never seen before.
Thank God the Jets Released Favre, Who Simply Won’t Let Go Favre keeps lurching onward, talking this week about joining the Vikings next season.
Jets Reboot Will Star Mark Sanchez The team drafts the Southern California QB for its own version of ‘Batman Begins.’
Draft Day 2009: What the Jets and Giants Might Do Including one scenario in which Brady Quinn becomes the new Jets quarterback.
The Jets Have a Hankering for Quarterback Jay Cutler It’s difficult to find a team in which Cutler would be a better fit.
Is Pelosi Petulant Over Planes? That’s what conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch would have you believe.
Brett Favre Announces Retirement, to Shrugs And even if he tries another of his patented “well, if the game wants me back, I guess I just CAN’T retire!” moves, he won’t be able to play again.
Citigroup Continues to Bungle PR on Jet Purchase First they were buying a new jet to save them several million dollars, now they are spending several million dollars to NOT buy it. Jeez Louise.
Leitch: Regarding Rex Ryan What we should expect from the new Jets coach.
Who Should Be the Next Jets Coach? Breaking down the pros and cons of the top contenders.
Finally, That’s Over: The Jets Fire Mangini This year, with Brett Favre, other new players, and a big win over New England, most Jets watchers were more optimistic than ever. They shouldn’t have been.
The Jets, and Brett Favre, Are Done The Jets’ season might have been doomed when … they traded for Brett Favre.
Leitch:The Jets’ Nightmare Scenario What if the Jets never make it to the playoffs? Would this be not the beginning of a new era in Jets football, but the end of it?
Jets DE Shaun Ellis Charged With Pot Possession The Giants aren’t the only football team around here that can get onto the police blotter.
Jets + Giants = Subway Series? Let’s try to keep our enthusiasm in check here, but right now it looks like the two best teams in the NFL play in the same building. Are you prepared for a Jets-Giants Super Bowl?
N.Y. vs. Boston BBQ A rundown of how the rival cities do the ‘cue.
Jets Finally Beat the Patriots, and Answer a Lot of Questions Being in first place is nice, but not really what’s important.
Leitch: Just What’s at Stake As the Jets Meet the Patriots It’s the most important Jets game in about two years, and will shape the rest of the season. Before you tune in to WB-11, here’s a primer on the top story lines.
Giants, Jets, and Even Knicks Make for Best NYC Sports Day Since the Super Bowl The Jets score the biggest victory margin in franchise history. The Giants take grip on the NFC East. And the Knicks, they’re actually watchable again!
Predicted: Every Week of the Jets and Giants Seasons Both New York professional football teams are above .500, but there’s a long way to go this season. Here’s what could possibly, maybe, perhaps happen every week from now.
Brett Favre Rediscovers His Mojo, But Will It Save the Jets? Late in the fourth quarter yesterday, Brett Favre reminded everyone he was Brett Favre.
New York Sports Teams Abandon Home Turf in Time of Need For guys who get ticker-tape parades down Wall Street, the owners of the city’s major sports franchises sure don’t seem to mind leaving the city in the lurch.
Leitch: Why the Heads of Our Team’s Managers No Longer Roll What’s it take for New York sports-team leaders to get fired anymore?
Pats Matchup Confirms That the Jets Are Already in Trouble The Jets’ 19–10 loss to the Patriots, which wasn’t actually as close as the score suggests, pretty much secures that the Jets are never, ever gonna beat those guys.
Favre Headed for Trouble? The five-minute stretch that Jets fans are talking about this morning — that span where everything in the AFC East changed — might not be the five-minute stretch that matters most for the Jets this year. Load More