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Terrelle Pryor Signs With The New York Jets

Terrelle Pryor has come to terms on a free agent deal with the New York Jets. The former Cleveland Browns wide receiver will now take his talent to the Big Apple. According to NFL.com, The terms of the deal were not disclosed. Pryor, who also met with the Seattle Seahawks during his free-agent visits, was ranked No. 33 on Around The NFL's Top 101 Free Agents of 2018. Pryor gives
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NFL Week 5: Myles Garrett Will Debut, Browns vs Jets

CLEVELAND- The Browns (0-4) take on the New York Jets (2-2) at First Energy Stadium. Defensive end Myles Garrett will make his highly anticipated regular season debut. The Browns are in a must win situation as the dreadful losing streak needs to be broken. Cleveland is definitely staring in the face at a 1-15 season. Some Browns fans are already questioning Hue Jackson's future due to the fact the Browns won one regular
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Leonard Williams - Nose Tackle, New York Jets
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New York Jets: Defensive Preview – Who will be the Leader?

Although the New York Jets were not terrible on defense, they too are on a whole rebuild.  Gone is once-elite CB Darrelle Revis and signed is ex-Cowboys CB Morris Claiborne. In addition to that, they went out and upgraded their Safety position when they took Jamal Adams in Round 1 and then followed it up with Marcus Maye in Round 2. So gone are Calvin Pryor, who the Cleveland Browns
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Christian Hackenberg - Quarterback, New York Jets
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New York Jets: Offensive Player Spotlight – Christian Hackenberg

Multiple players can fit this bill for the New York Jets.  For example, I can make this about Quincy Enunwa who is now looking at becoming the #1 WR on the Jets.  On the other hand, Robby Anderson who flashed moments of greatness last season as an undrafted free agent. I could also use an offensive lineman for this position but let us be honest none of these are the
New York Jets WR Quincy Enunwa
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New York Jets – 2017 Breakout Candidate – Quincy Enunwa

As I mentioned earlier I could have used this person as the Offensive Spotlight but I believe Quincy Enunwa is poised to be the breakout player for this New York Jets offense. Last season he played all 16 games for the Jets and finished with 58 catches for 857 yards and 4 TDs.  It was his third season in the league and he improved off his sophomore season which he
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New York Jets: Offensive Preview – How will they score points in 2017?

The New York Jets offense in 2016 was not very good and there was no secret about this. They ended up 5-11 and that was actually an overachievement. The entire team was a mess but for the 2017 season, all eyes will be on the offense, more specifically the QB position.  The Jets had the number 5 pick in the draft and all QB’s were still on the board with
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Fantasy Football: New York Jets – Slim Pickin in 2017

The New York Jets are expected to be one of the leagues worst teams in 2017. So what does that mean for your fantasy football team? Below are a few of the slim options that you may have to select from. Sleeper – Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Tight End Remember Cameron Brate’s 2016 semi-breakout campaign with Jameis Winston down in Tampa Bay? That was supposed to be ASJ’s. Unfortunately, for Seferian-Jenkins, the
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Jamal Adams - Safety, New York Jets
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New York Jets: Defensive Player Spotlight – Jamal Adams

I know this is not fair but unfortunately, when you get drafted #6 overall you automatically become the spotlight player. Jamal Adams safety out of LSU was selected #6 overall by the New York Jets and is now the focal point of this defense. I could have gone with Darron Lee but he does not seem to be the top candidate to replace David Harris, as Coach Bowles likes Darron
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New York Jets: Gang Green Should Pursue QB Teddy Bridgewater In 2018

As much as I hate quarterback controversy, and the fact that the New York Jets haven't had a stable quarterback since Chad Pennington, it only fuels the thoughts of finding an answer for the quarterback problem on the Jets. The current quarterback depth chart is somewhat of an eye sore, especially if it doesn't lay out in the correct order. First we have Bryce Petty, who started for a couple