Tag "Robert Saleh"

2022 Bold Predictions: New York Jets

The New York Jets are a franchise stuck in the basement of the AFC East.

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Massholes with Mics: Patriots Fans Rejoice After Jets Beatdown

The Massholes with Mics cast is back after their own BYE week! Jeremy is piloting the ship with Kyle and Jaclyn in tow. The group discusses the Patriots’ win over the Jets and highlight several key players in the game.

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Massholes with Mics: Patriots Fans Already Buying Into Mac Jones?

Jeremy, Jaclyn, Jordan, and Kyle of are back to discuss the Patriots’ first win of 2021 against the Jets on Sunday.

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New York Jets 2021 Team Preview

The 2020 season was a long one for the New York Jets. The team had a historically bad season. The Jets had awful coaching and talent on the roster last year. It led to a 2-14 season.

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Thompson’s In-Depth Power Rankings: #26 New York Jets

The New York Jets had a very exciting offseason, filled with a new head-coaching hire, a busy free agency period, and the drafting of their new franchise signal-caller. The Jets are a far better team than they were a year ago, and Jet fans should be very excited about the future, as well as the present. New York ranks 26th in the power rankings.

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Heller’s Three Burning Questions 3.0: New York Jets 

With the 2021 NFLDraft over and the schedule officially being released, it’s time for my third annual 32 part series where the top three questions will be posed for all 32 NFL teams. Here are those three questions for the New York Jets.

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New York Jets True or False: May Edition

The New York Jets just finished an exciting offseason. Joe Douglas and Robert Saleh completed their first draft together. The class is headlined by the second overall pick in the draft, Zach Wilson.

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Instant Reaction to Jets Hiring Robert Saleh as Head Coach

Robert Saleh has reached an agreement to become the next head coach of the New York Jets. Did they get it right?

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Not The 49ers We Expected

2018 was not the year 49er fans thought it would be. A potential playoff berth was in the discussion, not a 4-12 season that would be good enough for the second-worst record in the league. But if you are going to understand 2018, we will have to hope into the old DeLorean and head back towards the end of 2017.

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