Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine look at the high points to take away from the New York Jets‘ 24-17 loss to the New England Patriots, saying critics should respect the work of a 3-3 team with limited talent. On Sunday, they held Tom Brady to 52 percent passing and only 257 yards.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine take stock of a New York Jets squad now on a three-game winning streak after Sunday’s win over the Cleveland Browns. Though an 0-2 start prompted accusations of tanking, the JCR duo wasn’t ready to buy in – and now the Jets carry momentum into next week’s clash with hot-and-cold New England.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine break down the New York Jets‘ overtime triumph over the Jacksonville Jaguars, highlighted by big days from DE Kony Ealy – a castoff from New England – and RB Bilal Powell continuing to render Matt Forte expendable when he returns from injury. With the Cleveland Browns up next, the Jets have a chance to go 3-2 and stop the “tanking” chatter.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine analyze the New York Jets‘ first win of the season, a 20-6 victory over the Miami Dolphins that showcased a dominating defense. First-round draft pick Jamal Adams (pictured) turned in a stellar performance, while LB Demario Davis and SS Terrence Brooks also shined.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine join the Todd Bowles dismissal watch after the New York Jets implode in Oakland’s “Black Hole” while losing to the Raiders. They also discuss possible replacement candidates, including Sean Payton and Todd Haley, and ask whether GM Mike Maccagnan should go as well. Plus, why are veterans getting reps over younger players in a rebuild?
Greg DePalma and PSN contributors Jamal Murphy and Jan Levine look back at the New York Jets‘ opening loss to the Buffalo Bills, marked by a disappointing effort from their retooled defense. Nor were other elements much better, with coach Todd Bowles making a questionable fourth-quarter decision and QB play that already may have launched a Bryce Petty watch.
Greg DePalma is joined by PSN contributors Jamal Murphy and Jan Levine to discuss the New York Jets‘ outlook for 2017, as an offseason of change continues with the deal that sent defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson to Seattle for receiver Jermaine Kearse. They also break down the roster, including the 10-man practice squad, and offer predictions.
Greg DePalma examines the season’s top storylines for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Washington Redskins with the help of Jeff Hartman, editor for BehindtheSteelCurtain.com, and HogsHaven.com managing editor Ken Meringolo. Later, PSN contributor Jan Levine comes along to discuss Friday’s trade that sent New York Jets defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson to Seattle for wideout Jermaine Kearse and a second-round pick.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine discuss the New York Jets‘ decision to name QB Josh McCown as their Week 1 starter, after a loss to the rival New York Giants that produced only three first-half points. They also look at the latest roster moves, mostly on defense where DL Kony Ealy (94) arrived off waivers and CB Dexter McDougle was traded for Eagles S Terrence Brooks.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine review key performances from the New York Jets‘ second preseason game, a 16-6 loss to the Detroit Lions. Defense gets most of the high marks, as rookie Marcus Maye (26) shines in limited action and linebacker Demario Davis (56) looks like a new man upon his return. Meantime, a lackluster outing by Christian Hackenberg likely means Josh McCown will settle into the starting…