Lunch with the New York Jets: Is team playoff bound?


Enjoy your lunch today with some solid reading material on the New York Jets. In this edition, a mailbag from ESPN’s Rich Cimini, a look at the newest “Odd Couple” for the Jets and a look at what ex-general manager Mike Tannenbaum is up to these days with the Miami Dolphins.

Can Geno Smith carry Jets to playoffs with Alex Smith-type season? by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"Heck, yeah. The Jets would sign up for an performance in a New York minute. Consider Smith’s stats over the past two seasons: 41 touchdown passes, 13 interceptions. If plays to that level, they’d absolutely be a playoff team, considering they already have a strong defense. Alex Smith Geno Smith"

Jets WRs Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker an Odd Couple that just might click by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"The Jeffery comparison is interesting on a couple of levels. Obviously, the Jets would love the Marshall-Decker tandem to be as productive as the Marshall-Jeffery duo was in 2013, before injuries slowed Marshall last year."

Former Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum not worried about repeating quarterback mistakes with Dolphins by Seth Walder (New York Daily News)

"The Sanchez wager was catastrophic for Tannenbaum, who found himself a free agent less than a year after making the deal. And he now concedes that he was “worried” he wouldn’t get another shot after being let go by Gang Green."

Jets’ Darrelle Revis skips Patriots Super Bowl ring party by Seth Walder (New York Daily News)

"Revis was a key component in the Patriots’ Super Bowl XLIX run but departed after the season to join his old team, the Jets. Revis signed a five-year, $70 million contract that included $39 million in guarantees in March."

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