Coffee with the New York Jets: Team prepares for London


Grab a hot cup of coffee and enjoy some fine reading material on the New York Jets from across the internet. In this edition, read how the Jets are preparing for London thanks to a sleep therapist, how the team is bouncing back from their first loss of the season and why Brandon Marshall probably won’t be lateraling again in the future. Enjoy!

Jets consult with sleep therapist to prep for London trip by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"In preparation for their trip to London, where they face the Miami Dolphins at 9:30 a.m. ET Sunday, the Jets will spend the next few days adjusting their body clocks for the five-hour time change. On Monday, a sleep therapist spoke to the players, offering a variety of tips — getting extra sleep over the next few days, cutting down on caffeine, etc."

Brandon Marshall, Ryan Fitzpatrick yuck it up for reporters by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"Before answering, Marshall called out to Fitzpatrick, who happened to be walking across the locker room. Playing along, Fitzpatrick made his way through a crowd of reporters and stood next to Marshall. Next came a playful exchange.t"

Playcounts: Jets vs. Eagles by Randy Lange (

"And rookie went from no reps as an inactive player the first two weeks to registering 73 plays, including 64 on offense, and a few of those of the longball variety. He didn’t catch any of the go routes from Fitzpatrick, but he did make his first three receptions as a pro for 39 yards. Devin Smith"

Brandon Marshall’s illustrious lateral career is finished by Brian Costello (New York Post)

"“The only thing positive about that play was the sideline was so close,” Marshall said. “When you make a play like that and it’s on the other side, that walk back to your sideline is like the worst ever. The good thing was it was right by our sideline.”"

How the ‘best LB in the NFL’ wisely flies under radar for Jets by Mark Cannizzaro (New York Post)

"“It’s just as important not to overreact to a win as it is not to overreact to a loss,’’ coach said Monday. “We didn’t overreact to our two wins and we’re not going to overreact to a loss.’’ Todd Bowles"

After Defeat, Jets Share Blame, Which Is Plentiful by Ben Shpigel (New York Times)

"The day after his first defeat as the Jets’ coach, Bowles discussed his team’s performance in equally blunt terms. He said Fitzpatrick could not afford to throw three interceptions, regardless of whether the passes were tipped or dropped."

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