“It’s so much fun and so easy blocking for Leon. I’m sure you can make a good block and someone gets tackled. But if you make a good block for Leon, he may score.” -Brad Smith Leon Washington is being discriminated against. People are working tirelessly to doubt and discredit the man’s potential because of an irrelevant thing like size.
It seems as if people are getting too hung up on formations and dictionary definitions of positions. By no means is it a terrible thing to do. Using history as a barometer and gauging it against mountains of statistical analysis is probably the most effective way to preview what someone should be able to do in any given situation. Unfortunately,
Rich Cimini updated The Jets Stream with some information from the Cincinnati Bengals’ press conference to introduce WR Laveranues Coles as the replacement to T.J. Houshmandzadeh. “Former Jets WR Laveranues Coles, meeting the Cincinnati media on Thursday, said the Jets called back before he signed with the Bengals. But he made it sound like it wasn’t a very serious offer
Remember when the New York Jets traded Jonathan Vilma to the New Orleans Saints, and everyone expected a 2009 draft pick as the conditional compensation for his services? And then remember when everyone found out that the condition was contingent upon Vilma working out a new contract with New Orleans before free agency? That really sucked. Now it looks like
While the Jets have been busy releasing players and creating cap room for the offseason, Mike Nugent chose to make a decision of his own for the front office regarding his future. With an expiring contract, the former second-round draft pick from Ohio State believed it would be in his best interest to find a new opportunity elsewhere. Nugent spent
A new hole has opened up for the New York Jets in recent days. There is no longer a traditional tight-end on the roster. Chris Baker was released after having his worst season since 2004. Bubba Franks had a one-year deal and will hit free agency, and James Dearth is listed as a tight-end, but his role is reserved for