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Denzel MIms

October 13, 2021
Jets Need to Figure How to Jump Start On Offense

After an encouraging win against Tennessee, the New York Jets came crashing down to earth in London. While the Jets kept the game close, only losing 27-20, the team was hampered by the same inconsistencies and mistakes that have been consistent throughout their first five games. Zach Wilson played better in the second half, but…

August 21, 2021
Denzel Mims is Powering Through Adversity in Training Camp

Up to this point in camp, a popular narrative has surround one of the Jets’ 2020 draft selections. Second-year receiver, Denzel Mims, has been the subject of this scrutiny, as he spent the beginning of camp mostly running with the sec and and third-team offense. Rumors swirled about his standing on the team, with onlookers…

August 15, 2021
Jets Win Snoopy Bowl, 12-7

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – I don’t care that they don’t call it the Snoopy Bowl anymore. Do You? We’re all going to keep calling it the Snoopy Bowl until our last breaths, right? I’m assuming you die hard fans, who are determined to inflict the pain and torture of being Jets fans on your kids,…

August 11, 2021
Three Observations: Becton, Mims and a Potpourri of Quick Hits

Pardon me while I get this off my chest. Good lord, it was way too hot out today. That’s it. I’m done. Onto the Jets and we’re jumping right into today’s observations. 1) MEKHI BECTON WINNING REPS AGAINST CARL LAWSON: One of the stories of camp has been the play of Carl Lawson. But because…

August 9, 2021
Three Observations: Day 10

After a practice at MetLife Stadium, in front of 20,000 fans, the Jets returned to Florham Park and a smaller amount of fans. Today’s practice looked a lot like, well most of the practices. Zach Wilson had his good and his bad moments. Carl Lawson dominated the day, again. Corey Davis and Elijah Moore continue…

August 4, 2021
Three Observations: Day 7

Another Jets practice, another day of Carl Lawson and Elijah Moore demanding our attention and adulation. Every single day they show up and show out. Then the next day I think, ‘we get it, Moore and Lawson are dominating, but what about the rest of the team? That’s fair and correct, but dammit these guys…

July 31, 2021
Today’s Observations: Zach and Elijah Put On a Show

Anyone that said yesterday’s practice meant that Zach Wilson was a bust must now say today’s practice means he’s going to Canton. They are both equally absurd takes. But at least strive to be consistently absurd. Wilson struggled yesterday. Everything was just a touch slow and a touch late. Today he was dealing from start…

November 10, 2020
Jets shift tank into Hyperdrive, overcome near victory at hands of New England

No matter the circumstances, no matter the odds, the great ones always find a way. Overcoming valiant efforts from their rookie class, Harvey Langi, and Joe Flacco (kinda) the Jets demonstrated beyond a shadow of a doubt that they are truly the best at being the worst; they fell to the New England Patriots 30-27,…

Jachai Polite
November 1, 2020
Plucky underdog Chiefs stun Jets, 35-9.

The Jets had their Gotham Green backsides tanned Chiefs red as they were walloped 35-9 by the defending champs.  This game has been circled on a lot of people’s calendar’s all year…the day that the worst team in the NFL played possibly it’s best: the Kansas City Chiefs. We all expected this game to be…