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Jamison Crowder

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…

October 4, 2021
Jets Beat Titans, 27-24, In Crazy, Wild, Nonsensical Overtime Thriller

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – It took a game that would make Mr. Toad proud, but the Jets got their first win of the season. After another disastrous start from the offense, more specifically Corey Davis, it looked like a new incompetent looking loss was on the horizon. Yet another drop with the added bonus of…

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…

April 30, 2021
Jets select Ole Miss Receiver Elijah Moore with 34th pick

Back on the clock at the start of the second round, the Jets didn’t trade down as expected, instead opting to stay put to take a player many expected to have his name called in the first round: Ole Miss receiver Elijah Moore. Elijah Moore is a 5’9″, 21 year old, explosive slot receiver with…

October 19, 2020
Strip It Down, Sell It For Parts

“Yeah, Moe, that team sure did suck last night. They just plain sucked. I’ve seen teams suck before but they were the suckiest bunch of sucks that ever sucked.” – Homer J. Simpson The Jets ran 13 more plays than the Dolphins, had the ball for over three minutes more than the Dolphins and won…

September 13, 2020
Jets Show They’re Not Ready In 27-17 Loss To Bills

The prevailing thought at the close of training camp was, the Jets aren’t ready for the season to start. Today they proved that thought to be correct. From the opening drive, to the final whistle the Jets were outmatched in every conceivable way. The Bills had the most talent, far superior coaching and they even…

August 25, 2020
Three Observations: Receiver Edition

The offense had themselves a very productive practice. The offensive line still struggled in spots, but Sam Darnold and the receivers were able to find some success. No Breshad Perriman again today (knee swelling), and still no Denzel Mims, allowed three others to shine. Nate Hairston broke up a couple of passes, Bless Austin and…

August 20, 2020
Normalcy Returns As Defense Dominates

The first couple of training camp practices felt very weird. Yesterday felt closer to a normal training camp practice and today even more so. Why? Because nothing makes a Jets training camp practice feel more normal than the defense dominating the day. Through over a decade of covering Jets training camp, the most common theme…

August 14, 2020
Well, That Was Weird

Football is back and it feels weird. All of it feels weird. Face scans, temperature checks, reporters, all in masks, standing socially distanced on the sidelines. Weirdest of all? I had to put on a belt for the first time in six months. Everything felt weird except for the only thing that really matters, the…

August 8, 2019
New York Jets: Quick hits from the preseason opener against the Giants

It was a mixed bag for the New York Jets in preseason game number one. The New York Jets faced the New York Giants to open up the preseason of 2019. Jets football is back! We aren’t going to talk about the result because it truthfully makes no difference. Here, instead, are some quick thoughts…

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