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ICYMI: Kicking Off 2016

An Overview of the Week’s Content Outlining the Green & White’s Past, Present & Future


Straight Outta the Coach's MouthWatch Todd Bowles address the media after the Jets' final game of the season. The first-year HC explains what happened in Buffalo and his thoughts on the future.

And Another One
For the 7th time in his accomplished career, C Nick Mangold is heading out to warmer weather to play in the Pro Bowl. How close is the vet to setting a franchise record? Randy Lange’s got the story.

Back to the #ProBowl for trip No. 7.

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Half Man, Half Beast?
Chris Ivory had a monster year, reaching 1,000 yards rushing for the first time in his career. Of all the runs in 2015, NFL Network was most impressed by this one:

Ready for the Future
With the addition of DB Kendall James on Sunday, the Jets have signed 10 players to reserve/future contracts. Among those players was WR Joe Anderson.

2016 Lineup
The opponents the Jets will face in the 2016 regular season have been selected and bring with them a combined 136-120 record in 2015 for a schedule strength of .531. In addition to the usual divisional suspects, the Green & White's lineup at home includes the Seattle Seahawks and Cincinnati Bengals. As the home team, the Jets went 6-2 in 2015.  

Season Recap
Members of the Green & White reflect back on the 2015 season, the sting of the loss in Buffalo and their thoughts on the future of the team.

Do You Believe in Magic?

The veteran QB who helped the Jets establish a franchise record with 5,925 total yards says he wants to come back next year. Take a look:  

Machine Marshall
Undoubtedly, the addition of WR Brandon Marshall in 2015 brought a dimension to the Jets' offense.

1,440 receiving YDs. Machine Marshall. Jets history.

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Marshall also brings a unique perspective to the studio.

Listen Up!
This week's installment of the Chad Pennington Podcast with, you guessed it, Chad Pennington. Don't have time to listen now? Check it out on iTunes. Perfect for your Friday commute.

Geno's Plan
2015 was a year of growth for Geno Smith. The third-year QB sums up his year and offers his plans for the future.

Best of the Jets…
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