Coffee with the New York Jets: Preparing for Eagles


Grab a hot coffee and enjoy some excellent reading on the New York Jets from across the internet. In this edition, a preview for tonight’s Jets vs Philadelphia Eagles game, which player has their stock up heading into this matchup and a look at the team luncheon which helped raise more than $1 million dollars for a great cause. Enjoy!

Jets vs. Eagles: Previewing NY Jets Preseason Week 4 Matchup by Connor Hughes (Bleacher Report)

"Those questions and more should all be answered on Thursday. So, what exactly should you keep an eye on? Here’s what to watch for as the Jets and Eagles square off."

Jets’ Maccagnan goes from behind scenes to sudden celebrity by Dennis Waszak Jr. (AP Sports)

"”You’re the man, Mike Mac!” exclaimed another before several others in the crowd at training camp begged for an autograph from the Jets’ newest Mr. Popularity – a reluctant celebrity after a career spent behind the scenes."

New York Jets Preseason: Week 4 Stock Report by Erik Frenz (Bleacher Report)

"That even goes for players who are locks for the roster; with the regular season right around the corner, it’s vital that everyone be hitting their stride at the right time. That being said, not everyone is on a positive trajectory around this time of year—otherwise there would be 32 teams with a legitimate chance to compete for the Super Bowl."

Tim Tebow’s NFL career ended with Jets by Manish Mehta (New York Daily News)

"’s NFL life died in Florham Park even though he refused to acknowledge it. His pursuit of a lifelong dream that has taken a winding path from Foxborough to the broadcast booth to Philadelphia should be over by Saturday at 4 p.m. when teams must trim their rosters to 53 players. Tim Tebow"

Jets KO Luncheon Raises More Than $1 Million by Randy Lange (

"“I think this is something outstanding that we’re doing here,” Bowles told the audience of more than 800 Jets fans at the lower Manhattan banquet venue as more than $1 million was raised to benefit the Alliance for Lupus Research and the New York Jets Foundation."

ESPN’s Jon Gruden say it’s too soon to give up on Geno Smith by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"“I don’t know the exactness of his role in what happened, but there’s a lot of smoke,” the ESPN “Monday Night Football” analyst said Wednesday on a conference call. “Wherever there’s smoke, there’s fire. I’ve never heard of anything like this, but I do think he he’s a young quarterback with talent.”"

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