My Cause, My Cleats
This week, NFL players are allowed to wear cleats that support a cause of their choice instead of the team cleats. Twenty-nine players will be raise awareness for different charities, 22 to represent Project 375, spearheaded by WR Brandon Marshall. Other charities in the Monday Night spotlight include Children's Tumor Foundation (Nick Folk), American Football Without Barriers (Breno Giacomini), New York Police and Fire Widows' and Children's Benefit Fund (Nick Mangold), United Way (Darron Lee), Hands Across Louisville (Bilal Powell), Go4theGoal (Tanner Purdum) and TEAM 96 Foundation (Muhammad Wilkerson). Take a look at some of the cleats.
Jets Players to Wear Special Cleats to Raise Awareness for Different Causes
The Jets are set to play their second Monday Night Football game of the 2016 season and their first from MetLife Stadium since 2014. Here are three players to keep an eye on.
Back on the Map
After bursting on the scene in 2016, WR Quincy Enunwa was a bit quiet over the past couple of weeks. However, he reminded everyone just how good he can be in Week 12 against the Patriots.
The Jets had five plays of over 20 yards against New England in Week 12, one of offensive coordinator Chan Gailey's reasons for the offensive efficiency.
Learning From Your Mistakes
Rookie ILB Darron Lee said if he could re-do the fourth and four against the Patriots that led to a game-winning touchdown, he would simply take two steps to his left. Former Jets ILB Bart Scott broke down the play and analyzed how the 22-year-old can learn from an invaluable experience.
Behind the Scenes
If you attended the Rams game in Week 10, you saw the West Point Black Knights parachute into the MetLife Stadium before the game as a part of our Salute to Service ceremony. Take an inside look at how it all went down.
Getting the Hitman to Speak
ILB David Harris is a rather quiet guy off the field despite his physical prowess on the gridiron. Former teammate Bart Scott sat down with Harris and got him to open up a little.
As a father of two young boys, K Nick Folk understands how important being active is. On Tuesday, he visited Public School Number Two in West New York, NJ for a Play 60 event.
Jets K Spends Afternoon at NFL PLAY 60 Event in West New York, NJ