New York Post

There should be no debate about Zach Wilson being Jets’ future

It was fun while it lasted. And now it is time to give the football, and the future, back to Zach Wilson. The air came out of whatever hot air balloon Mike White had been sailing in on Cloud 5 in a humiliating 45-17 loss to the Bills. Chances are...
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New York Post

These Bills WAGs had a front-row seat to Jets destruction

Brittany Williams and fellow Buffalo WAGs were treated to quite the show from the Bills this weekend. As the Bills carved up the Jets at MetLife on Sunday, 45-17, Williams — the girlfriend of Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen — sat outside in the stands alongside Meghan Hughes and Meg DiMarco, the significant others of defensive end Jerry Hughes and cornerback Taron Johnson, respectively.
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New York Jets Flight Connections 11/15/21

Good morning, Gang Green Nation! I hope you’re all having a great start to the day. Shout out to Mr. Wells for holding down the fort over the weekend as usual. The Mike White magic officially has worn off. The Jets were stampeded by the Buffalo Bills to the score of 45-17. White threw four interceptions, and the Jets offensive line once again looked absolutely terrible. Joe Flacco eventually came in to relieve White, and threw a touchdown pass to Elijah Moore in garbage time. There wasn’t much to like in this game at all, as the entire team looked bad from start to finish. Perhaps the Jets will look better in their Week 11 matchup against another divisional rival, the Miami Dolphins. I guess we’ll find out when it happens. With that, here are your links to the Jets to start your morning.

The Jets defense is in absolute shambles

The Jets fall to 2-7 after getting whacked, 45-17, by the Buffalo Bills. The Mike White sensation died around 4 p.m. after he tossed four interceptions and the offense failed to score when the game was competitive. Their two touchdowns came in garbage time. But the struggles of an upstart backup quarterback are understandable in the grand scheme. The rapid decomposition of the entire defensive ...

Miami Dolphins: Jets week on the road means it’s MetLife Takeover time

The Miami Dolphins are on the road this coming weekend and they will face the New York Jets so welcome to MetLife Takeover week!. I’m honestly losing count on how many “Takeovers” there have been. I know I have been to only one, the shame I bear is deep. The tickets for this weekends takeover have long since sold out but you can still buy tickets directly from the Jets ticket office in the neighboring section. DolfansNYC does still have tickets available for the massive tailgate party. That is a highly recommended stop if you are going to the game. Visit the link above or click here to contract the DolfansNYC club.
USA Today

Corey Davis hasn't looked like the No. 1 receiver the Jets paid him to be

It looked like Joe Douglas made a shrewd move when he signed Corey Davis to be the Jets’ No. 1 wide receiver over the offseason. Davis received a three-year, $27 million deal fresh off a career year with the Titans. He was one of football’s best play-action receivers in 2020 — making him, in theory, an ideal fit in Mike LaFleur’s west coast offense. Even if he had never worked as a true top wideout, the Jets were confident in his ability to thrive in the role.

New York Jets QB Mike White applying what he learned from Dak Prescott

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- A look at what's happening around the New York Jets:. 1. Lessons from Big D: Before landing on the Jets' doorstep in 2019, Mike White spent a year with the Dallas Cowboys. He never played, but he did a lot of listening and observing. One of the players he studied was fellow quarterback Dak Prescott, whose leadership style made an impression on White.

Jets Open As 3 Point Underdogs vs Dolphins

The New York Jets got annihilated by the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Mike White fell back hard from the lofty heights he had reached in the prior two games, with no touchdowns and four interceptions against the Bills. White, however, was far from the only problem. The Jets defense provided no challenge at all to Josh Allen and friends, allowing the Bills to do pretty much whatever they wanted whenever they wanted. The result was an ugly 45 - 17 loss, the third time in the last four games the Jets defense gave up 45 or more points. Needless to say, when you give up 45 points you’re unlikely to win no matter how well your quarterback is playing.

New York Jets hope to end prime-time misery -- no ifs, ands or butt fumbles

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- A butt fumble and a butt wipe. Mangled ligaments. A ghost sighting. The return of a villain. Blowouts, lots of blowouts. Tears in the locker room. A regrettable Snapchat in the locker room. An enemy celebration that went long and high into the night, with margaritas, lots of margaritas.
New York Post

Bills and Josh Allen walking into the Jets’ White House

Welcome to the White House. No Secret Service necessary. No political footballs allowed to be thrown. No agenda to pass. Not 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. One MetLife Stadium Drive. Not Josh Allen versus Sam Darnold. Not Josh Allen versus Zach Wilson. Josh Allen versus Mike White. Josh Allen, the seventh pick...

How to explain Jets' surge on offense? QB change among top factors

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- The quarterback went out, the playcaller went up and the offense went off. The New York Jets, three-and-out kings over their first six games, produced 64 points and 997 total yards in Weeks 8 and 9, fueling debate on why they have morphed into, you know, a functional NFL offense.

The Jets' 5 biggest surprises so far this season

The Jets have been a disappointment in 2021, but there have still been some bright spots scattered across the roster in Robert Saleh’s first year at the helm. New York is 2-6, has been embarrassed multiple times this season, and is poised for another early draft pick. There have been a group of players that deliver every time their number is called, though, giving the Jets reason to hope that they have building blocks for the future in place.

Nerf wars, road trips & touchdowns: Mike White's college teammates unsurprised by Jets success

Mike White needed a way to pull his team out of a summer slump before the 2016 season. It was his first year as Western Kentucky’s starting quarterback after transferring from South Florida and sitting out the year before. After a week of two-a-days in the 90-degree Kentucky heat, the Hilltoppers were slow and sluggish with a new season on the horizon.