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Jets’ Trevor Lawrence nightmare may not be all that miserable

I know, I get it, I understand. You want to be mad. You are a Jets fan; you have earned the right to be angry. It is a just fury, borne out of decades of deplorable despair. It is fostered by living in the same city with a team that has won four times as many Super Bowls as you (with three different quarterbacks) and residing in a division with one bitter rival that has won six Lombardi trophies (with a coach who didn’t want to work for your team), featuring another, in Buffalo, which about 15 minutes ago was so chronically hapless and pathetic that you could at least feel good about that, the way the existence of Mississippi always makes Arkansas feels better about itself.
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Cleveland Browns road favorites against New York Jets in Week 16

The Cleveland Browns (10-4) visit the New York Jets (1-13) in a Week 16 Sunday game at 1 p.m. ET at MetLife Stadium. Below, we take a look at the early Week 16 Browns-Jets betting odds and lines at BetMGM Sportsbook. Playing the front half of back-to-back games in the...
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Why the Jets aren’t doomed

If only Fox could have had a camera on Joe Douglas during the final minutes of Sunday’s Jets-Rams game. The Jets general manager probably turned greener than a Jets jersey as he saw the team’s chance at Trevor Lawrence evaporate in front of his eyes as the Jets beat the Rams 23-20 in Inglewood, Calif.
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2021 NFL Mock Draft: Jaguars take Trevor Lawrence No. 1 with Jets now No. 2 in draft order

The New York Jets finally achieved their first victory of the season Sunday against the Rams -- as 17-point underdogs! -- but it may have cost them a chance to take the unanimous top prospect in the 2021 NFL Draft. Due to facing an easier strength of schedule, the Jacksonville Jaguars are now in the pole position to take Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence at No. 1 overall (Jags opponents currently have a .536 win percentage, while Jets opponents have a .592 win percentage).

The Jets Won The Battle And Lost The War

sara.ziegler (Sara Ziegler, sports editor): What a weekend in the NFL. Week 15 gave us an epic Saints-Chiefs matchup that could just be a Super Bowl preview, an entertaining tilt between former Oklahoma Sooners Jalen Hurts and Kyler Murray, and an AFC East title won by the Buffalo Bills for the first time since 1995.
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The Jets Pulled the Upset of the Year. It Could Change the Course of NFL History.

The Jets pulled the upset of the year and will avoid the stain of going 0-16. All it may have cost them is the best quarterback prospect of a generation. The 0-13 Jets stunned the Rams 23-20 on Sunday despite entering the matchup as 17-point underdogs. It was just the fifth time on record that a 17-plus-point underdog won an NFL game outright. New York is no longer in pole position to draft Clemson star Trevor Lawrence, the most coveted college quarterback since Andrew Luck in 2012. Entering Sunday, the Jets had a 74 percent chance of getting the first pick in the draft, according to Math God Steve Kornacki. Now they have just a 32 percent chance. The Jets sold their souls to buy peanuts for the elephants.
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Adam Gase, Jets torched after picking up first win, possibly costing them top draft pick

Head coach Adam Gase was targeted on social media Sunday evening after his New York Jets picked up their first win this season, defeating the Los Angeles Rams 23-20. The team's first win in 14 games came much to the chagrin of Jets fans who were thirsting for NFL's No. 1 pick in the collegiate draft to select Clemson University's star quarterback Trevor Lawrence. If the season ended right now, the Jacksonville Jaguars would get the top pick based on strength of schedule.

New York Jets elated about first win; 'means the world to us'

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- As their fans agonized over the quarterback who likely got away, the New York Jets flew through the night, celebrating their first win in 14 tries and not caring at all about draft position or Trevor Lawrence. On Monday, coach Adam Gase said the mood on...

Jets-Rams 3 Takeaways: Green & White Fend Off Rams for First Win of the Season

The Jets offense put together it's most impressive performance of the season against the NFL's No. 1 defense in the 23-20 win over the Rams on Sunday. "We had some big plays in the game, we did some good stuff in the closing minutes to close it off," Head Coach Adam Gase said. "We had a little lull there in the beginning of the fourth quarter. We have to get some things cleaned up and help us keep the lead we had. I thought the guys did a great job of keeping their heads down, working and finishing the game the right way."
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What to know from NFL Week 15: The Jets won, the Ravens recovered and the Eagles have a QB dilemma

During an unruly week, in a season of upheaval, the player who rattled the NFL more than any other was a 5-foot-11 rookie punter from Texas A&M. Braden Mann played linebacker as a high school freshman at Cy-Fair High in suburban Houston. “I like to think I laid on the wood a little bit, but I was never the biggest or most physical specimen,” Mann told the New York Jets' website in October. He switched to punter, which took him to A&M and then to the Jets this April as a sixth-round pick. Vestiges of his old position remained within him.

Random Ramsdom: Rams fail in horrid loss to the Jets

After yesterday’s performance, I’m not sure what other grade could be warranted for the Jets. Everything — and I mean everything — fell flat on Sunday afternoon. Quarterback Jared Goff was uninspiring throughout and the running game, outside of a 40-yard carry by receiver Robert Woods, lacked any explosiveness. A key special teams blunder also set the Rams back in the first half as they struggled to score until just before time expired in the second half.

Bless Austin fined for taunting with Jets losing by 34 points

The NFL cracked down on Bless Austin for taunting the Seahawks last weekend, something he decided to do while the Jets were down by 34 points. The Jets cornerback was fined $4,210 for his unsportsmanlike conduct penalty in what became a 40-3 loss, per SNY’s Ralph Vacchiano. After making a third-down stop, Austin removed his helmet and stuck out his tongue while taunting Seattle’s sideline. The penalty in question gave the Seahawks a free first down.
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NY Jets: Looking back at 5 careers the team has stunted

The NY Jets may have played a part in stunting the careers of these five players. The NY Jets haven’t done the best job at developing talent. Which players found success after they left the Jets or regressed when with the team?. There are quite a few examples of players...
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2021 Offseason Outlook: New York Jets

What went right, what went wrong and how can they get back on track? The MMQB's 10-question exit survey for each team eliminated from playoff contention. So that’s why we’re here. With each team that drops from playoff contention, we will answer a 10-part questionnaire on where they are, where they’re headed and how to fix the holes along the way. Some projects will be bigger than others.