Jets go with Geno … for now …

Jets show lukewarm commitment to Smith: By now, you’ve surely heard that Geno Smith will be starting under center for the Jets against the Buccaneers in Week 1. Rex Ryan said the team isn’t committed to Smith beyond the opener. Well, that’s certainly reassuring. Whether the reason behind this decision is because Mark Sanchez’s shoulder is still healing really isn’t relevant. What is relevant is you shouldn’t have either Smith or Sanchez anywhere near your fantasy roster. The Jets offense is a mess from top to bottom, and it’s not easy to envision where their point production will come from. Maybe Smith’s game will evolve and develop after he gains some real in-game experience, but for now, he belongs on […]

NFL fantasy football: Jets could look very different in 2013

The New York Jets have fired their defensive and offensive coordinators. Marcas Grant looks at what this could mean for the team’s fantasy fortunes heading into 2013.

Pondering the Jets’ war-room strategy

Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum, head coach Rex Ryan and owner Woody Johnson will be running the show in the team’s war room come draft day, writes Marc Sessler on

Shattered, young Jets fan sheds green teardrops

Last week, we saw the Packers reduce an innocent girl to tears after her precious Vikings were scattered to the wind before a national television audience. We thought those ugly days were behind us, but we were wrong.

Will Jets air it out vs. Phillips’ 3-4?

I’m excited to be taking in my first live preseason game of the summer tonight in Houston. Sure, it’s only the first tune-up for two largely veteran teams — the Jets and Texans — but there’s constant evaluation going on this time of year, and I will be paying close attention to a few factors, in particular while the starters are around.

Jets have interest in Randy Moss

After retaining Santonio Holmes, the Jets are far from certain they will be able keep free-agent WR Braylon Edwards, and are lining up other options, including Randy Moss.

Holmes left money on table to stay with Jets

Santonio Holmes, who agreed to a deal that averages slightly less than $10 million per season with $24 million guaranteed, took less money to remain with Jets, according to league sources.

Photo: Jets Flight Crew at 2011 NFL Draft

The New York Jets Flight Crew makes an appearance at the 2011 NFL Draft.

On the clock: Jets

Which direction will the Jets go with the No. 30 overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft?

Are the Jets looking at a receiver in the draft?

Santonio Holmes told his Facebook friends that he wants to return to the Jets. Braylon Edwards wants to come back, too. A lot of it has to do with the pending labor agreement.

Jets’ brain trust rolls through Indy

One month after Rex Ryan‘s Jets stunned the Colts in the playoffs right here at Lucas Oil Stadium, the coach returned to the scene of the crime before a packed house to (again) declare his team next year’s Super Bowl champion and, along with general manager Mike Tannenbaum, shed light on the offseason ahead.

Jets detour jet for fly-by

Closing in on Newark Airport Sunday night after dismantling the Patriots, a giddy Rex Ryan thought it would be fun to buzz Manhattan’s most famous tower –the Empire State Building.

Jets clinch playoff berth with loss by Jaguars

The Jets didn’t take care of business in Chicago on Sunday, but still exit Week 16 with a ticket to the playoffs.

Fixing the Jets, starting with their running game

I’d start fixing the Jets by looking at their running game. The Jets look like a bad, dysfunctional running team right now.

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