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New York Jets Versus New England Patriots: 2014 Week Seven Wrap-Up

October 19th, 2014 at 5:35 PM
By Peter Schifani

The reeling New York Jets had a short week of practice before heading up I-95 to Foxborough, Massachusetts to play the division rival New England Patriots on Thursday night. The Jets played well all game long and committed no turnovers, but still lost 27-25 when a late field goal attempt was blocked.

First Quarter:

Tom Brady hit a wide open Shane Vereen for a 49 yard touchdown pass as both Antonio Allen and Dawan Landry were caught flat footed several plays into the game. On the Jets first series and with third down and five to go, Geno Smith found Jeff Cumberland for a 29 yard catch and run to move to the Patriots 37 yard line. Chris Ivory rumbled for 15 yards on third and one to go to move them down to the 24 yard line. Smith ran down to the eight yard line a few plays later for first and goal to go. A holding call on Oday Aboushi negated a touchdown pass to Jeremy Kerley from that position. On third and goal, Geno found Jace Amaro down to the three yard line. Nick Folk would make the 22 yard field goal to cut the lead to 7 to 3. The Jets' second possession started out with nine yards on first down and Ivory getting the yard plus needed for a first down. A few plays later, Geno laid in perfect pass over Darrelle Revis to Eric Decker that moved the drive to the New England side of the field. A holding penalty on Willie Colon and a dropped pass by an open Jace Amaro negated further movement into the red zone. Nick Folk would make a 47 yard field goal.

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New York Jets Release Wide Receiver David Nelson

October 18th, 2014 at 10:44 AM
By Mario Scipioni

As soon as the New York Jets traded for Percy Harvin, there were two things going through everyone's minds. The first was utter shock, and the second was wondering which Jets receiver would be let go as a result. Unfortunately for David Nelson, he will have to continue his career elsewhere.

Nelson spent just over a calendar year with the Jets. During that time, he appeared in 18 games, starting in 11 of them, and caught 44 passes for 488 yards and two touchdowns. After showing some promising signs in the 2013 season, he was rewarded with a two-year, $1.2 million contract. However, his production has not risen in 2014.

From a football standpoint, this cut is understandable. Although Nelson was not expected to be a big household name, it was expected that he would develop and improve from last year. Only eight receptions in five games this season was not cutting it. Even his role as the go-to guy for fade routes has slowly been taken over by tight end Jace Amaro.

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BREAKING NEWS: New York Jets Acquire Seattle Seahawks WR Percy Harvin

October 17th, 2014 at 6:38 PM
By Andrew Goldstein

It appears that New York Jets GM John Idzik has just made a huge deal with his old team.

The New York Jets have acquired Seattle Seahawks' wide receiver Percy Harvin in return for a conditional mid-round pick, according to FOX Sports' Jay Glazer. The twenty-six year old wideout originally went to Seattle right before the 2013-2014 season in a deal where the Seahawks had to swap first round picks with the Minnesota Vikings. They also had to give up a third and seventh round pick, so Harvin's value has clearly declined from where it was fifteen months ago.

A lot of people around the football world are asking why the Seahawks would have traded away a versatile, fast offensive weapon who is entering the prime of his career. There are three possible answers to that question. The first is injury history. Harvin has managed to play all sixteen games only once in his career and only played in one regular season game all of last year for Seattle. While he did have a big impact in the playoffs- specifically, with a kick return touchdown against Denver in the Super Bowl- he also missed significant playing time because of ankle and hip injuries. Those ailments are liable to recur at any time, and perhaps the Seahawks were worried that a future injury would sink his trade value for good.

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New York Jets Versus New England Patriots: 2014 Week Seven Injury Report

October 16th, 2014 at 7:17 PM
By Peter Schifani

On a short week traveling to a familiar division foe in the New England Patriots, the New York Jets didn't get any good news Monday losing both Dee Milliner and Brian Winters to season ending injuries. Now Darrin Walls/Antonio Allen and Oday Aboushi must step up to replace them respectively.

New York Jets Inactives:

DT T.J. Barnes, OG Dakota Dozier, C/G Wesley Johnson (72), WR Chris Owusu, LB Trevor Reilly (knee), WR Greg Salas (wrist/ankle), CB Josh Thomas (41)


TE Jace Amaro (knee), RG Willie Colon (knee), WR Eric Decker (hamstring), RT Breno Giacomini (low back), ILB David Harris (shoulder), NT Damon Harrison (ankle), RB Chris Johnson (ankle), C Nick Mangold (shoulder), WR David Nelson (ankle), CB Darrin Walls (knee)




LB Trevor Reilly (knee), WR Greg Salas (wrist/ankle)

Antwan Barnes was activated of the pup list and may see playing time in tonight's game and the Jets released Josh Bush to make room for him. Hopefully the Jets pass rush, which leads the league in sacks, can get to Tom Brady, early and often and cause havoc in order to possibly help create turnovers to gain a much needed victory.

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New York Jets’ LB Calvin Pace Has a Beef with the NFL’s Schedule-Makers

October 15th, 2014 at 11:45 PM
By Andrew Goldstein

The New York Jets enter their Thursday Night Football date with the division-leading New England Patriots on a five-game losing streak, a skid that dates back to mid-September. While the Jets' poor quality of play has certainly been the main culprit behind their 1-5 record, one other auxiliary factor might be their extremely difficult schedule. After being gifted an opening-week game against the hapless Oakland Raiders, the Jets' last five games have all come against opponents whose win-loss records are currently above .500, a trend that will also hold true for their upcoming game against the rival Patriots. One Jet in particular even jested that the scheduling office may be a little bit biased in their assigning of games.

"Seems like the NFL really had it out for us on this schedule," says linebacker Calvin Pace, a twelve-year veteran who has spent seven of those years in New York. "But that being said, nobody feels sorry for us. So we've just got to go out and handle our business in a very hostile environment."

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