Coffee with the New York Jets: Oday Aboushi waived


Grab an iced coffee and enjoy some fine reading material on the New York Jets from across the internet. In this edition, articles on the upcoming Week 2 matchup against the Indianapolis Colts, the latest on the Jets waiving Oday Aboushi and a look at the AFC East heading into Week 2. Enjoy!

Jets will face desperate and (some say) dysfunctional Colts by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"For a change, the drama surrounds the opponent, not the Jets. The Colts, a trendy Super Bowl pick at the start of the season, got roughed up in Week 1 by the new bully in Buffalo, Rex Ryan."

Jets coach Todd Bowles speaks softly, but carries a big blitz by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"Bowles arrived with a reputation for blitzing, the kind of coach who enjoys living on the edge. It’s funny because the aggressive mentality belies his understated demeanor. When you think of blitz-minded coaches, the names that come to mind are Rex Ryan and his father, Buddy, guys with oversized personalities. Bowles is a quiet man who loves to create chaos."

Jets Waive OL Oday Aboushi by Randy Lange (

"Aboushi was suspended by the NFL for the first game of the season for violating the league’s Policy and Program for Substance Abuse."

Around the AFC East: Week 2 by Eric Allen (

"“Great win. We look at the film and correct the mistakes and we have to move on to Indianapolis,” Bowles said on Monday. “You can’t hold on to it, that was yesterday, so we’re moving on today.”"

Super Bowl III hero taking mysterious Jets grudge to the grave by Brian Costello (New York Post)

"On Tuesday, he was walking between a blue Cadillac and a gray, vintage 1960s Corvette, but in your mind he always is running around the left end and ’s block into the Orange Bowl end zone on that January day in 1969. Winston Hill"

Why the AFC East may not be another Patriots coronation by Brian Costello (New York Post)

"But maybe, just maybe, the division will be worth watching this season. The Jets, Bills and Dolphins all have been reinvigorated by various offseason moves."

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