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New Feature, 'In My Opinion,' Debuts Today

We're beginning a new season in a few different ways on Besides the Jets lifting off, we are happy to announce that today we have a new section of our website up and flying.

"In My Opinion" will be the place to find edgy columns and fan-tastic blogs from outside contributors that will enhance our coverage of the Green & White.

Jay Greenberg is a 40-year veteran of newspapers, magazine and websites who covered the Jets for 17 seasons as a columnist for the New York Post. He will be contributing an exclusive weekly column that will be appearing on Thursdays this season. His first column for, on what's next for Mark Sanchez, Tim Tebow and the Wildcat, will be live on the site this morning.

Also featured will be fan blogger Matt "Flea Flicker" Weiss, a practicing attorney who fights thousands of traffic tickets throughout New York State through his Manhattan-based law firm and, most important, a longtime Jets fan and season ticket holder. From 2009-11 Flea was the Jets blogger for and was selected to cover Super Bowl XLV. Weiss will recap each game from the perspective of the fan in the stands, His first blog will appear on Monday morning following the Jets' first road game of the season at Pittsburgh.

Jay's and Matt's pieces can be found under the "In My Opinion" tab that will be located next to the Latest News tab to the right of the photo centerpiece on the top of our home page. They will bring their independent voices to the complete coverage of the J-E-T-S that you rely on, from timely videos and postgame shows hosted by Eric Allen to daily stories and blogs from editor-in-chief Randy Lange and reporter John Holt to the superb still images of team photographer Al Pereira.

Now that the clock has struck '12 for the New York Jets, come to for everything you need to know about the Green & White.

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