Emotions fluctuated through highs and lows for the New York Jets and Arizona Cardinals as their high-scoring contest extended over the entire four quarters of play. With widely differing skill sets, it was difficult to assess any clear-cut advantages on either side of the ball. The first quarter provided multiple errors that could’ve shifted the momentum in either team’s direction.
The last time the New York Jets faced the Arizona Cardinals, Quincy Carter was the starting quarterback for the injured Chad Pennington, and the Arizona Cardinals still called Sun Devil Stadium home. The Jets left the desert with a 13-3 victory. It’s been nearly four years since that game, and both teams are immensely different. The Jets and Cardinals both
It’s difficult to turn off the television when the Jets play on Monday night. No matter how bleak a game looks, fans hope to see a repeat of history—to see an opportunity for lightning to strike twice, while asking what the chances are for another Monday Night Miracle? Eventually, it becomes a lesson in futility as the Jets explore multiple
The New England Patriots improved to two wins, giving the New York Jets their first loss of the season, and proving why they are the defending division champions. Never taking advantage of the Patriots’ inexperience at quarterback, the Jets’ allowed Matt Cassel to secure his first win as a starter through short screen passes and a diverse rush attack. Cassel
Excitement continues to build at astronomical rates as fans of the New York Jets prepare to welcome the New England Patriots to the Meadowlands on Sept. 14. With Tom Brady out for the season, expectations for this game are varying across the board. Will New England still be the powerhouse they have been without the face of their franchise? Can