Coffee with the New York Jets: Fireman Ed returns


Grab an iced coffee and enjoy some excellent reading material on the New York Jets from across the internet. In this edition, articles on the return of Fireman Ed to MetLife Stadium, Brandon Marshall‘s big game for the Jets and a look at their big victory over the Cleveland Browns. Enjoy!

Fireman Ed returns for Jets’ opener, to the delight of Brandon Marshall, Darrelle Revis by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"Anzalone didn’t give up going to Jets home games because of the team’s ineptitude on the field. He said confrontations with other Jets fans led him to call it quits."

Brandon Marshall sparks Jets in season-opening win over Browns by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"The Jets haven’t had a big, physical receiver like Marshall since , circa 1999. Clearly, he brings a new dimension to the offense, the kind of weapon that Smith never had during his time as the starting quarterback. Keyshawn Johnson"

Jets Thump Browns 31-10: Seven Observations by Randy Lange (

"And the Jets for the game had five takeaways, their most in a game since the 2010 season finale vs. Buffalo, most in an opener since 1984 at Indianapolis, and their most in a season opener at home since 1964 vs. Denver. The centerpiece: Marshall’s strip on ‘s interception to set up a short drive to Ivory’s first TD. Tashaun Gipson"

Jets report card: What a day for Todd Bowles — and his staff by Brian Costello (New York Post)

"After a slow start, Chan Gailey’s crew really clicked. The offense rolled up 333 yards and had just one turnover. The unit was able to convert turnovers into 21 points, something that has been a problem in the past."

Jets, Despite Injuries, Light Up in Second Half to Top Browns by Ben Shpigel (New York Times)

"There was the remarkably competent performance at quarterback, a position that has displayed little that was remarkable or competent for some time. There was the defense that accomplished the heretofore alien task of forcing turnovers, not just one but five — yes, five."

Jets LB Lorenzo Mauldin taken to hospital after suffering concussion in fourth quarter by Kevin Armstrong (New York Daily News)

"Mauldin, a third-round pick out of Louisville, has been diagnosed with a concussion. He was awake with feeling in all his extremities a few hours after the game, according to the Jets. He will remain in the hospital overnight. The testing is complete but he will stay in the hospital for further observation."

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