The Jets Beat examines the top three burning question marks surrounding the team and whether Rex…
The Jets Beat's Season Preview
The Jets have always been the little brother in New York. The Giants have stood for consistency and championships, while the Jets are known for disarray and dysfunction. Harsh as this sentiment may sound, when the franchise’s one and only transcendent football moment came at Superbowl III, this characterization fits. However, last season, to a certain degree, the script was flipped. The Giants were winless in their first six attempts, while the Jets were showing promise and surprising people. Ultimately however, the Giants finished 7-3 over their final 10, while the Jets scuffled down the stretch. For anyone new or unaware of New Yorkers hospitality towards their sports teams, it goes like this: New Yorkers don’t’ laud mediocrity, they despise it: that is, except when they embrace it. Well, they embraced it last season with the Jets. For a team only expected to peak at six wins, the Jets scratched out eight wins, which from owner Woody Johnson to casual fans sounded like 12. For once...
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