The New England Patriots were 12-4 this season. They finished as the third seed in the AFC and faced the Tennessee Titans in the Wild Card round. The Patriots’ struggles on offense came back to bite them and the Titans won 20-13. Let’s take a look back on the season and what 2020 will hold.
Is it time to pull the plug on Sam Darnold in 2019? Where is the hot seat situation with Adam Gase? Should the Jets no longer refer to themselves as the New York Jets? Those questions on the mind of Michael Pallas, and he will discuss those and more on the latest edition of the JetUp Bleeding Green Podcast. Continue reading →
Bill Belichick is the head coach, Josh McDaniels is the offensive coordinator and Tom Brady is the Quarterback. Brady now has two receivers that are strong, fast and efficient after the catch standing over 6’3”, with Julian Edelman returning in the slot. The defense is going to be solid no matter who is out there because that is the Patriot way. Another promising season is ahead for the boys in Boston and the AFC runs through them yet again. Continue reading →
The New York Jets are about to embark on their 60th season. Adam Gase is the 21st head coach in franchise history, and he comes in immediately after being fired by the Miami Dolphins. Some have said playoffs or bust, and many have said nine or ten wins is a must to keep his job. Continue reading →
Chris Herndon and Jamison Crowder are the No. 1 receiver for the New York Jets in 2019. (For all the grammar Nazis out there, I do know that is incorrect grammar, but it’s intentional, and you will understand why later.) Continue reading →
Pardon my hesitation, but fans of the New England Patriots and fantasy football players should temper their enthusiasm about the return of Josh Gordon. As the saying goes: Fool me once, shame on me. Fool me twice, shame on you. We’ve been down this road before with Gordon, and while he’s clearly tried to kick his addiction (no pun intended), he always seems to go back. Continue reading →