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New York Jets

The First Giants-Jets Game

by Bob Ahrens

From the WFUV Sports Archives

The first Giants-Jets game. August 17, 1969...Yale Bowl, New Haven, CT.

The Jets were coming off a Super Bowl victory and needed to prove their victory over Baltimore wasn't a fluke. The two teams and the two leagues did not like each other...and that's putting it nicely.

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 10, 2014

by Kelly Kultys

Matt Moro and Patrick Burns discussed the latest around the NFL for Week 10, including Thursday night football , the Patriots-Broncos and the revitalization of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Kelly Kultys and Kristian O'hara gave their weekly Jets and Giants reports and Joe Marie joined for fantasy, before the staff made their weekly picks. 

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 7, 2014

by Matt Moro

WFUV Sports

Week 7 is underway and Matt and Kelly take a look back at the Jets loss on Thursday Night. Kelly, WFUV Sports' Jets reporter, gives her weekly Jets report, and breaks down what happened in Gang Green's 6th straight loss.

After Matt and Kelly then look back on a few of last week's biggest performances, including Dallas's win at Seattle, Joe Flacco's 5 touchdowns in 16 minutes against Tampa Bay, and Aaron Rodgers' game winning drive in Miami.

One on One's NFL Friday Week 5

by Kelly Kultys

WFUV's Kenny Ducey and DJ Sixsmith cover all the latest NFL headlines, starting with the Thursday night football matchup with the Packers and Vikings. Then they moved on to cover the local New York sports teams - the Giants and the Jets, with the help of the weekly reports from Giants beat reporter Kristian O'Hara and Jets beat reporter Kelly Kultys.

The staff got some fantasy analysis from Joe Marie before giving their weekly predictions.

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For the Jets, the Pressure’s On

by Kelly Kultys

Flickr : Creative Commons

Let’s be honest. Calvin Johnson is the best wide receiver in the game. He’s got the height (6’5), the speed (runs 4.35 40-yard dash), and of course his insane numbers in the NFL (68 TDs, 9,657 yards in 7+ seasons) that prove he is the best. Week in and week out we see him make spectacular catches in double, triple coverage that would be unimaginable for anyone else. Even Rex Ryan, the coach who adores the “island” corner or man-to-man press coverage on the outside knows that isn’t possible against this Lion.