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32 Teams in 32 Days With Bull & Fox: New York Jets - Chris Lopresti of WFAN

WFAN Jets beat reporter Chris Lopresti joined Bull & Fox to preview the upcoming season for the New York Jets, the quarterback competition between Geno Smith and Michael Vick, the level of optimism surrounding the team, the fans’ reaction to Vick since his signing, the acquisition of Eric Decker and his value to this team, the running back depth with Chris Johnson, Chris Ivory and Bilal Powell and where the Jets will finish in the AFC East. 104 more words


The New York Jets: Drama Queens

Over the next several weeks leading up to the season, we will be previewing all 32 NFL teams. To read the previews we’ve done so far, check out our full list  980 more words

Season Previews

Dudes and duds - WRs

Wide receivers are becoming an ever-more important part of fantasy and dynasty play. Some sites go as far as to say they are even more valuable than running backs. 196 more words

Denver Broncos

Jets training camp preview: Wide Receivers/ Tight ends

There’s no easy way to put it, our receivers SUCKED last year. They were fucking awful. They were slow, injured or just always unable to catch the ball. 482 more words


Manning Getting Used To New Faces On Broncos

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - Though his physical physical condition is no longer a big question mark for Peyton Manning, when he looks around at training camp, he must feel like he’s starting over again. 613 more words


A Pessimist's Guide to the Jets Season

The Jets added many key offensive pieces this past offseason, and with an up-and-coming defense ,the Jets have high hopes to contend this season. They surprised many people last year as they went 8-8, when many projected them to win four, or even five games. 454 more words


Underrated Fantasy WR of the Week - Eric Decker

Let’s get the obvious information out of the way:

- Yes, the New York Jets’ offense barely qualifies as an offense.
– Yes, both Geno and Vick are far cries from Hall of Fame QB and record-breaker extraordinaire, Peyton Manning. 297 more words