New York Jets

0th AFC East | 0-0
  • Passing Yards
    253.6 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    116.8 RYPG
  • Yards Per Game
    370.3 YPG
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    BGA: Expendables 2016

    Every year, teams have to let some players go. Even though the Jets did bring back some of their free agents (Zach Sudfeld, Ben Ijalana, Bilal Powell, Kenbrell Thompkins, Kellen Davis, Erin Henderson), they chose not to bring everyone back. We'll be keeping track of anyone from the Jets 2015 regular season roster, injured reserve list or practice squad that have since signed with another NFL team, along with anyone that had been on the 2016 roster at any point. Before training camp gets underway, let's run through the players that have moved so far. Some stats from PFF have been used in this article and throughout the series.  DE Quinton Coples - Los Angeles Rams Coples produced quite well in

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    Ten facts you probably didn't know (or forgot) about the Giants

    Formed in 1925, he New York Giants are the fourth-oldest existing NFL franchise, which began play in 1920. Only the Cardinals, Packers and Bears have been in the league longer. Here are 10 things about the Giants that you probably did not know, or perhaps forgot, about the franchise that has been nicknamed Big Blue, the Jints and Mara Tech: Defensive end Michael Strahan (1993-2007) has worn Giants blue the most times, playing in 216 games. But do you know who is second in games played? It's former tight end and current Giants commentator Howard Cross (1989-2001), who laced up his cleats 207 times for the club. He is followed by DE George Martin (201), WR Amani Toomer (190) and QB Eli Manning