1. New York Jets Shouldn't Worry About Winning During 2013-14 Season

    For the New York Jets , the numbers on the scoreboard this Sunday do not matter. In fact, for the entire 2013-14 season, winning is a secondary priority...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 12 months ago 2,028 reads 48 comments

  2. Buccaneers vs. Jets: Breaking Down New York's Game Plan

    Without a thorough knowledge of a team’s tendencies or quality of personnel, planning for a Week 1 game is as tricky as any week in the NFL ...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 12 months ago 2,509 reads 16 comments

  3. Why Jets Undrafted Cornerback Darrin Walls Should Be Week 1 Starter

    All offseason long, the New York Jets have tried to sell their new philosophy of "fair and open competition," where the best players will play and no job is safe, no matter where a player was drafted or how much money he is making...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 12 months ago 6,795 reads 13 comments

  4. 10 Things We Learned About the New York Jets During Preseason

    After another long, drama-filled preseason, the New York Jets ' roster is just about set and ready for the season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 12 months ago 3,512 reads 16 comments

  5. New York Jets: Biggest Snubs and Surprises from 53-Man Roster Cut

    Cut day is always the most frustrating day for us looking from the outside-in. Fans can only go by what they see in preseason games and read in newspapers, but teams make cuts based on factors that go beyond what meets the eye...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 12 months ago 8,747 reads 23 comments

  6. New York Jets 2013 Team Roster: Report Card Grades for Every Position

    After a month of training camp and preseason games, the Jets ' final list of 53 players has finally taken form after the last round of cuts. Still, no player whose position was even slightly in question should feel much relief of job security...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 12 months ago 7,473 reads 20 comments

  7. What's New for the New York Jets in 2013-14?

    Well, a lot. Firing a general manager, as the Jets did less than a year ago, is the ultimate catalyst for change in the NFL . No player's future with the team is secure, and every coach is on the hot seat...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 12 months ago 3,643 reads 30 comments

  8. Burning Questions for the New York Jets' 2013-14 Season

    After an offseason filled with change and roster turnover, the Jets enter the 2013 season with more questions than answers...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 12 months ago 2,296 reads 37 comments

  9. Full Stat Predictions for New York Jets' Regular Season

    With so many new faces at key positions on both sides of the ball, predicting stats for the entire regular season is as difficult as it has ever been. The Jets could have a different quarterback in Week 4 from Week 1...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 1 year ago 5,962 reads 36 comments

  10. Predicting Team Awards for the New York Jets' 2013-14 Season

    There may not be an overwhelming amount of promise for the green and white this year, but this season does play an important role in the development of young players to build for the future...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 1 year ago 4,683 reads 13 comments

  11. New York Jets 2013 Schedule: Win-Loss Predictions for Every Game

    With expectations at an all-time low for Rex Ryan 's Jets, the 2013 season has taken on a unique purpose...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 1 year ago 11,911 reads 87 comments

  12. Which Rookie QB Impressed Us Most in Preseason Week 1?

    By far, the most appealing aspect of the NFL preseason are the brief glimpses at the new crop of rookie quarterbacks wearing an NFL uniform for the first time...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 1 year ago 59,286 reads 68 comments

  13. Why NFL Fans Should Be Excited for Tavon Austin's Pro Debut

    “He might be the most explosive player I’ve ever seen in my life.” Mike Mayock has seen plenty of explosive, game-changing players in the thousands of hours ...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 1 year ago 17,805 reads 76 comments

  14. An Updated Look at the Top Battles in NFL Training Camps

    As the first round of preseason games get underway, we start to see visible separation in some of the hottest camp battles of the summer...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 1 year ago 29,146 reads 60 comments

  15. The Most Important Faces of Preseason NFL Action

    As much as season-ticket holders dislike the concept of exhibition football, preseason games serve a vital role in shaping rosters and revealing what the upcoming NFL season may look like...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 1 year ago 21,666 reads 34 comments

  16. The Biggest Emerging NFL Star at Every Position

    As players like Tom Brady and Peyton Manning enter the final stretch of their careers, there is room for young talent to emerge and define a new era of football stars for the next decade...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 1 year ago 123,439 reads 582 comments

  17. Early Lessons from NFL Training Camps

    After a long six months, the NFL offseason is finally over. Now, all 32 teams can get a true feel of exactly what they have in their brand-new roster as they finally put the pads on...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 1 year ago 128,635 reads 127 comments

  18. Which Modern-Day NFL Studs Were Relative Unknowns in Their 1st Training Camps?

    All legends have to start somewhere—in the NFL , “somewhere” is training camp. For rookie free agents and low-round draft picks, the first training camp in an ...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 1 year ago 26,758 reads 123 comments

  19. What Can Training Camps, Preseason Really Tell Us About Regular-Season Success?

    Michael Strahan was fined over a half-million dollars when he took the entirety of training camp to decide that he was not going to retire (although the total was later reduced to about $200,000 by the team)...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 1 year ago 3,331 reads 13 comments

  20. The 25 Most Important Developments from the NFL Offseason

    Offseason? What offseason? Just a few short months after crowning the Baltimore Ravens as world champions, the NFL has seen coaches and general managers fired, star players traded and college stars drafted...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 1 year ago 56,004 reads 76 comments

  21. How Far Away Are the New York Jets from Competing Again?

    As the organization continues to lick its wounds left behind by the previous administration, the New York Jets must look to the future as they try to turn their franchise around into being a respectable, competitive organization once again...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 1 year ago 8,694 reads 40 comments

  22. Can Michael Vick Make Everyone Forget About 2012 Struggles in 2013?

    As Michael Vick waltzed into the Redskins ’ end zone for the second time of the night, he was at the absolute peak of his career...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 1 year ago 5,474 reads 63 comments

  23. Extreme Quarterback Makeover: Breaking Down How Struggling QBs Can Be Reformed

    For most players, the NFL is hardly a place for second chances. Successful comeback attempts are rare—for every Randy Moss , there are countless players who get just a few reps in training camp before they are shown the door...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 1 year ago 4,178 reads 5 comments

  24. Who is the Next Lockdown Cornerback in the NFL?

    As players like Nnamdi Asomugha, Asante Samuel and even Darrelle Revis begin to enter the latter half of their illustrious careers, there is now room for a new generation of great young cornerbacks to build their own legacies in the NFL ...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 1 year ago 59,285 reads 402 comments

  25. Is JJ Watt Overrated, or Truly the Best Defensive Player in the NFL?

    When the Houston Texans drafted J.J. Watt out of Wisconsin 11th overall in the 2011 draft, they obviously thought he could be a huge boost to their paper-thin defense that ranked near the bottom of the league in 2010...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 1 year ago 14,697 reads 177 comments