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Taking Flight – Jets Links From Around the Web

In a new feature here on Jets Gab, we are going to give our readers some of the better Jets and NFL related stories out there from the past week. If you have a story you would like included in the links, feel free to drop me a note at matt@nflgridirongab.com Rex Ryan guarantees Super […]

Jets Links: 1/28

Here are today’s hot reads about your New York Jets: Analyzing the AFC East QB’s for 2011. (ESPN AFC East Blog) A good read on the Jets and social media. (NY Daily News) Darrelle Revis say the Jets “relaxed” in AFC Championship Game. (NY Post) In-depth AFC Championship Game analysis. (Advanced NFL Stats) Who will […]

Video: Bart Scott Interview Remix with 2010 Jets Highlights

Enjoy highlights of the Jets 2010 season remixed with Bart Scott’s classic “can’t wait” interview.

Video: Bart Scott Legoized

The Bart Scott interview with Sal Paolantonio was so great it has even been legoized.

Video: Bart Scott Fired Up After the Win

ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio had a great interview with Jets linebacker Bart Scott on the field after the Jets upset the Patriots 28-21. I cant decide which quote is better: “They can’t stop a nose bleed” or “CANT WAIT.”

Ellis: Rex Not Happy with Defense

The Jets defense played a hell of game yesterday. They allowed only 10 points, both scores coming on short fields. They had five sacks and three fumble recoveries. They allowed only 131 yards of total offense, 5 completions, and just one first down in the second half. However, the wasn’t good enough for Rex Ryan, […]

Bart Scott Isn’t a Fan of the Detroit Lions

After  a chippy game that the New York Jets won 23-20over the Detroit Lions, Bart Scott had some choice words for the Lions. “They are the dirtiest team I’ve played against,” Scott said. “Hitting after plays. Taking knees out. Diving at people’s knees. Trying to spear people in the back.” Scott said the Lions’ behavior […]

Jets Sign DE Trevor Pryce

Rex Ryan has snatched another player from his old employer, the Baltimore Ravens. This time its defensive end Trevor Pryce. Pryce joins former Ravens Bart Scott and Jim Leonhard on the team. Price was cut by the Ravens and Wednesday and was expected to be be resigned on Monday, but chose instead to play for […]