Coffee with the New York Jets: Snoopy trophy comes home


Grab a hot cup of coffee and enjoy some excellent reading material from across the internet on the New York Jets. In this edition, news on the Snoopy trophy coming home to Gang Green, how well Ryan Fitzpatrick played against the New York Jets and an injury update on Leonard Williams. Enjoy!

Jets dismantle Giants as offense, Cromartie put on a clinic by Brian Costello (New York Post)

"Gang Green scored on offense, defense and special teams to bring home the dog in a 28-18 victory over the crosstown rival Giants on Saturday night in front of 75,235 fans at MetLife Stadium."

Ryan Fitzpatrick Proves He Can Guide New York Jets Offense to Success by Erik Frenz (Bleacher Report)

"Fitzpatrick played the first half of the Jets’ 28-18 victory over the New York Giants, and completed nine of his 14 passes for 127 yards and two touchdowns. The first of those touchdowns was an 18-yard strike to wide receiver down the seam. Eric Decker"

Jets manage to salvage something from an otherwise lousy summer by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"On the field, the Jets’ starters salvaged something from the summer of insanity with solid, all-round performance against the New York Giants. The Ryan Fitzpatrick-led offense scored two touchdowns in five first-half possessions, sparking the Jets to a 28-18 win in the so-called Snoopy Bowl."

Jets rookie Leonard Williams to have MRI on injured knee by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"Obviously, it would be a huge blow if Williams is lost for a significant period of time. It would be a double whammy for the Jets, who won’t have defensive end for the first four games due to a drug suspension. Sheldon Richardson"

Jets-Giants: 5 Highlights by (Official Team Site)

"With their starters playing the first half, the Jets got off to a 21-7 lead against the Giants before adding a special teams touchdown in the third quarter. While they have some things to clean up before the regular season, head coach likes the direction his team is headed in. Todd Bowles"

Ryan Fitzpatrick Finds Rhythm as Jets’ Offense Shows a Pulse by Ben Shpigel (New York Times)

"The next two weeks will be critical. That is how much time Fitzpatrick has to develop harmony before the regular season, when his misfires will be magnified. Fitzpatrick’s performance in his final preseason appearance, a 28-18 victory over the Giants at MetLife Stadium, resembled that of his team: encouraging, if inconclusive."

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