Official Jets Download Links Thread
Posted 29 July 2010 - 08:34 PM
2004 AFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS JETS @ STEELERS
Classic playoff game between the 15-1 Steelers and the Wild-card Jets
(please don't give me a hard time about this particular game, its just the first one I found since Ive been a member of this site)
Posted 29 July 2010 - 08:39 PM
1986 AFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF JETS @ BROWNS (THIS IS A ONE HOUR NFL NETWORK HIGHLIGHT SHOW OF THE GAME)
The snake bitten franchise bowl, yep it lives up to it's name, a late stupid penalty gives new life to the team that is running out of time. Great game with a great finish.
1980 AFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF RAIDERS @ BROWNS (THIS IS A CONDENSED VERSION OF THE GAME MOST PLAYS ARE SHOWN)
This was supposed to be the Browns year. Not too many people gave the Raiders a chance in this below freezing classic game. Browns fans will never forget this game
1980 AFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF BILLS @ CHARGERS (THIS IS A 20 CONDENSED VERSION OF THE GAME ALL BIG PLAYS ARE SHOWN)
An exciting playoff game that goes down to the wire
1980 WEEK 14 BROWNS @ VIKINGS (THIS IS A CONDENSED VERSION OF THE GAME)
The Browns who were known as the "Cardiac Kids" in 1980 for there amazing comebacks, Have this game in the bag, right?
see if Minnesota can pull off they own version of an amazing comeback.
1998 DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF PACKERS @ 49ERS (A TEN MINUTE VIDEO SHOWING THE 49ERS FINAL DRIVE)
Bret Farve has done it again, a late touchdown pass proves once again why he is the 49er killer, but there is still two minutes
left. Time for the Niners to have one last desperation drive
1981 NFC CHAMPIONSHIP COWBOYS @ 49ERS (A ONE HOUR NFL NETWORK HIGHLIGHT SHOW OF THE GAME)
Most 49ers fans will tell you this was the biggest win in the history of the 49ers, I agree
1985 MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL BEARS @ DOLPHINS (CONDENSED VERSION IT STOPS AT END OF THIRD QUARTER, BUT NOT TO MUCH ELSE HAPPENS AFTER THAT ANYWAY)
The Bears look like there going undefeated, the only team that has a chance to stop them is the only team that has ever accomplished that feat.
1981 AFC WILDCARD PLAYOFF BILLS @ JETS (ALL MAJOR PLAYS SHOWN FAST AND FERIOUS)
I was lucky enough to watch this game when it was played but unlucky enough to only have highlights of it. One of the best ever.
If anyone has any of these game in the full version please let me know, thanks
Posted 29 July 2010 - 08:42 PM
THIS DOWNLOAD CONTAINS:
1981 AFC CHAMPIONSHIP SAN DIEGO CHARGERS @ CINCINNATI BENGALS
AKA (The Freezer Bowl) I think this is the coldest game ever played
1982 AFC CHAMPIONSHIP NEW YORK JETS @ MIAMI DOLPHINS - ENTIRE GAME WITH COMMERCIALS
This is the third meeting this year for these teams the Jets lost both
previous games can the third time be the charm and take them to the SB
1993 AFC CHAMPIONSHIP KANSAS CITY CHIEFS @ BUFFALO BILLS
The Bills remind Joe Montana that he is not in San Fran anymore
1995 AFC CHAMPIONSHIP INDIANAPOLIS COLTS @ PITTSBURGH STEELERS
The surprising Colts give the Steelers all they can handel
Posted 12 August 2010 - 01:09 AM
Jets debut on 'Hard Knocks' generating 'Super' buzz
Jenny Vrentas/The Star-Ledger
In his decade as president of HBO Sports, Ross Greenburg has learned a thing or two about closing a deal. So in March, he took Jets owner Woody Johnson and general manager Mike Tannenbaum with him to Arlington, Texas.
The trio of executives watched Manny Pacquiao defend his world welterweight crown. And there in Cowboys Stadium — future host of Super Bowl XLV, where the Jets vow to be in February — they toasted to the sixth season of "Hard Knocks."
"Everything seems to be fitting," Greenburg said last week.
The Jets' quest for the Super Bowl will no doubt fuel their season of the quick-turnaround reality series, which premieres Aug. 11 on HBO. Last season, which featured the Bengals, averaged 3.4 million viewers per week.
The attention for the Jets has so far exceeded any of the prior seasons, Greenburg said, which is why the network put together a 12-minute preview for the first time, airing tonight at 11.
The Jets didn't want to sign on last year, with a rookie head coach and rookie quarterback. But Greenburg — who was a 13-year-old Jets fan at Super Bowl III — got the ball rolling for 2010 at a December breakfast meeting with Johnson and Tannenbaum at the Regency Hotel in New York.
"And then, when the (postseason) run happened," Greenburg said, 'it was, 'Rex wants to show the world who these Jets are.' "
There will be plenty to show when players — and the 24-person NFL Films crew — report to training camp in Cortland, N.Y., Sunday. Last week in Mt. Laurel, Greenburg and his cohorts at NFL Films did a position-by-position, player-by-player breakdown to plot out story lines.
Possibilities include the fullback position, where 38-year-old Tony Richardson will bring along rookie John Conner, and the battle at left guard. Also on the show's radar: the assimilation of former AFC East rival Jason Taylor into the team and fan base; veteran running back LaDainian Tomlinson trying to prove he still has it; and the interactions between Ryan and the throng of New York-area media.
And, of course, there's the contract impasse between the team and Darrelle Revis. If the All-Pro cornerback decides to hold out, NFL Films has arranged for a crew to be with him, as was done with Bengals first-round pick >Andre Smith last season.
By now the show has a good feel for what footage from negotiations can be used and what can't, Greenburg said. In 2007, they cut sensitive parts of the contract talks between the Chiefs and running back Larry Johnson that had the potential to jeopardize the deal.
Producers are also careful with scenes involving injuries to players, because of potential grievances. Teams do have veto power, but Greenburg says he can count on one hand the number of times it has been used in the previous five seasons.
No matter what happens with Revis, that story line won't take over the show.
"A holdout isn't at the core of what Hard Knocks is about," Greenburg said. "It's boring actually, a bunch of talking heads on the phone. It's not Rex shouting out obscenities on the practice field — which, thank goodness, it's HBO."
Link to watching hard knocks. Usually up the day after. http://www.casttv.co...ows/hard-knocks
Posted 12 August 2010 - 09:58 AM
Posted 12 August 2010 - 01:40 PM
Did they censor the f bombs or let them be?