Thursday, September 30, 2004

Keep it up

This week, I think I can safely say, we have a much easiar game then our first 2. The Dolphins are struggling quite a bit and its being reflected on their playing. Chad Pennington is back and ready to play and lets just capitalize on the Dolphins' self doubt. Lets get a win and keep the streak alive!

Thursday, September 23, 2004

Again and Again

Rookie Erik Coleman continues to play great defense and Curtis Martin although not a large yardage gaining rushes, he had quite a few that built up. These 2 continue to dominate on the Jets and for now I like how they are playing.Chad Pennington is passing the ball good. If we continue to win like this, we will be in the playoffs in no time. Our next game is against the struggling Dolphins. Although they havn't gotten off to a great start, we shouldn't underestimate their will power even with the loss of Ricki. Lets get another one JETS!

Tuesday, September 14, 2004

Erik Coleman spares no time

Erik Coleman stopped the Bengals in their tracks during the season opener. He didnt waste any time coming into to the game with his first NFL game being one where he makes a game saving interception. Curtis Martin also spared no time getting out there. He got nearly 200 yards rushing, averaging over 6 yards a carry! If we can keep up this kind of play, I have no doubt that we will end up with a great season. Keep up the good work Jets!

Monday, September 06, 2004


The following players were cut in the last week:
Mikhael Ricks, Wes Bautovich, Ryan Myers, John Paul Foschi, Casey Cramer, Ian Smart and Little John Flowers, Ken-Yon Rambo, Matt Dominguez, Lance Nimmo, Curt McGill, Jason Nerys.
On a better note, we beat the Eagles in a nail biter on Friday.