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  • Sat., Oct. 25, 2014 6:30 PM - 7:00 PM EDT Jets Game Plan - Only on SNY

    Jets Game Plan is a 30-minute preview show co-hosted by Jeane Coakley and Brian Custer with analysts Ray Lucas and Erik Coleman, providing a comprehensive look ahead at the week's upcoming matchup.

  • Sun., Oct. 26, 2014 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM EDT Live Jets Talk LIVE: Pregame Get your most compreshensive game preview as Jets Insiders Eric Allen and Amanda Pflugrad are joined by Vic Carucci of the Buffalo News. JTL kicks off at 11:30 a.m. from the Coaches Club at MetLife  Stadium.
  • Mon., Oct. 27, 2014 6:30 PM - 7:00 PM EDT Jets Open Mic - Only on SNY

    Exclusive live "start-to-finish" coverage of Rex Ryan's press conferences every Monday and Wednesday from the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center. Jets Open Mic is a 30-minute telecast throughout the NFL season.

  • Mon., Oct. 27, 2014 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM EDT Inside the Jets

    “Discuss the team’s gameday performance and the Jets’ match-up for the upcoming week. Hosted by Bob Wischusen,“Inside the Jets Radio Show" on ESPN New York 98.7FM is aired weekly the day after every game throughout the season.”

  • Tue., Oct. 28, 2014 6:30 PM - 7:00 PM EDT Jets Extra Point - Only on SNY

    Every Tuesday throughout the season, Jets fans can tune into Jets Extra Point, a weekly show that dissects the previous week's game with detailed analysis. The show will also feature exclusive interviews with Jets players and coaches. Host Brian Custer is joined by Ray Lucas and NFL Insider Mike Garafolo.

  • Wed., Oct. 29, 2014 6:30 PM - 7:00 PM EDT Jets Open Mic - Only on SNY

    Exclusive live "start-to-finish" coverage of Rex Ryan's press conferences every Monday and Wednesday from the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center. Jets Open Mic is a 30-minute telecast throughout the NFL season.

  • Thu., Oct. 30, 2014 6:30 PM - 7:00 PM EDT Jets Game Plan - Only on SNY

    Jets Game Plan is a 30-minute preview show co-hosted by Jeane Coakley and Brian Custer with analysts Ray Lucas and Erik Coleman, providing a comprehensive look ahead at the week's upcoming matchup.

  • Sat., Nov. 01, 2014 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM EDT Jets Game Plan – Only on SNY

    Jets Game Plan is a 30-minute preview show co-hosted by Jeane Coakley and Brian Custer with analysts Ray Lucas and Erik Coleman, providing a comprehensive look ahead at the week's upcoming matchup.

  • Mon., Nov. 03, 2014 6:30 PM - 7:00 PM EST Jets Open Mic – Only on SNY

    Exclusive live "start-to-finish" coverage of Rex Ryan's press conferences every Monday and Wednesday from the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center. Jets Open Mic is a 30-minute telecast throughout the NFL season.

  • Mon., Nov. 03, 2014 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM EST Inside the Jets

    “Discuss the team’s gameday performance and the Jets’ match-up for the upcoming week. Hosted by Bob Wischusen,“Inside the Jets Radio Show" on ESPN New York 98.7FM is aired weekly the day after every game throughout the season.”

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David Lee
Quarterbacks

◊ David Lee enters his 10th season in the NFL and his second as the Jets quarterbacks coach.

◊ Last season, Lee directed rookie quarterback Geno Smith, who started all 16 games for the Jets, the only rookie quarterback in team history to do so. Smith passed for 3,046 yards, making him the first quarterback in Jets history and 13th in NFL history to throw for more than 3,000 yards in his rookie season.

◊ David Lee enters his 10th season in the NFL and his second as the Jets quarterbacks coach.

◊ Last season, Lee directed rookie quarterback Geno Smith, who started all 16 games for the Jets, the only rookie quarterback in team history to do so. Smith passed for 3,046 yards, making him the first quarterback in Jets history and 13th in NFL history to throw for more than 3,000 yards in his rookie season.

◊ Among Smith’s other superlatives were becoming the first rookie quarterback in NFL history drafted in the second round or later to pass for at least 250 yards and win on Kickoff Weekend since the 1970 merger and the only quarterback since the 1970 merger to record four game-winning drives in the fourth quarter or overtime in his first seven career games.

◊ Lee also aided Smith’s rushing game, as the rookie ran for 366 yards, the second most in a single season by a Jets passer. His six rushing scores are tied for second most in a year by a Jets quarterback.

◊ Additionally, Lee was instrumental in the development of backup quarterback Matt Simms, who earned the second-string quarterback job a year after entering the league as an undrafted free agent. During the 2013 preseason, Simms finished with a 103.6 passer rating (second-best among qualifying QBs in the league) while passing for the third-most yards (478).

◊ Before joining the Jets, Lee spent the 2012 season as the quarterbacks coach with the Bills. Prior to joining them, Lee was the offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach at Mississippi in 2011, where he coached alongside then head coach Houston Nutt before Nutt’s subsequent retirement.

◊ Lee was the quarterbacks coach for the Dolphins from 2008-10 and played a vital role in reintroducing and transforming the Wildcat offense at the pro level. Lee also guided the emergence of quarterbacks Chad Henne and Chad Pennington. In 2008, Pennington was voted the NFL Comeback Player of the Year and a runner-up for NFL Player of the Year.

◊ As the offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach for Arkansas in 2007, Lee presided over an offense that ranked 12th in points per game (38.8) and 18th in yards per game (457.4) — setting school records in both categories. Arkansas threw 24 touch­down passes and only 10 interceptions.

◊ In 2003, Lee entered the NFL as the Dallas Cowboys offensive quality control/quar­terbacks coach where he helped develop quarterback Tony Romo from an undrafted college free agent in 2003 to a Pro Bowl selection in 2006. In Lee’s four years in Dal­las, three different Cowboys QBs threw for 3,000 yards in a season.

◊ As assistant coach and quarterbacks coach at Arkansas (2001-02), he contributed to a Razorback team that appeared in the Cotton Bowl, won the 2002 SEC Western Divi­sion title and advanced to the SEC Championship Game.

◊ Lee served seven seasons at Rice University (1994-2000) as the offensive coordina­tor and quarterbacks coach. During his tenure, Rice produced six of the school’s top rushing totals, including a school-record 332.7 yards-per-game average in 1997. Rice ranked in the top 10 nationally in rushing three times during his tenure.

◊ He served as the head coach at Texas-El Paso from 1989-1993.

◊ Lee coached quarterbacks and fullbacks at Arkansas from 1984-1988 and helped di­rect the Razorbacks to a 45-15-1 record with five consecutive bowl appearances. He was promoted to offensive coordinator in 1988, Lee helped engineer Arkansas’ first Southwest Conference championship in nine years and first outright league title since 1965. The 1988 offensive unit committed just 11 turnovers in 11 games and led the nation in turnover ratio while coaching a pair of First-Team All-SWC sophomores, including former Steelers running back Barry Foster and quarterback Quinn Grovey.

◊ In 1983, Lee served as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at New Mexico following his first tenure at Ole Miss (1978-82). As the Rebels quarterbacks coach for five seasons, Lee tutored record-setting quarterbacks Kent Austin and John Four­cade, who rank third and fourth, respectively, on the all-time Ole Miss passing list.

◊ Lee spent the 1977 season as quarterbacks coach at his alma mater Vanderbilt after spending two years at Tennessee-Martin tutoring quarterbacks and receivers.

◊ Throughout his college coaching career, nine of his quarterbacks were drafted or signed free agent deals in the NFL.

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