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Monday, October 27, 2014

Podcast: Bills at Jets Review Show

Join Daniel Feuerstein and Rick Laughland as they review the second game against an AFC East Division opponent as the New York Jets hosted the Buffalo Bills.

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The Rex/Idzik/Woody era needs to end now

Maybe this is the game where everyone’s frustrations need to come out and start screaming at the top of their lungs. Maybe this is the game where everything is not working and it’s time to say goodbye to everything that has happened to start this 2014 season. As of right now it’s not just good enough, but to be honest it’s disgusting and there is no way it’s going to get fixed.

Even when the Jets won their first game of the season, it was painful to see them execute and barely beat the Oakland Raiders, but the real misery started when they took a trip to Green Bay and after scoring touchdowns in their first three possessions in the first half; it all came crumbling down in the 2nd half.

Since then it’s been an absolute disgrace from the coaching staff on down. Quarterback Geno Smith has been terrible and sadly either lost focus or just throwing balls for the sake of throwing the ball and getting intercepted. When everyone thought the performance against New England improved significantly, this game against the Buffalo Bills was disgusting.

The defense has not been a top five defense and sadly for the architect in Rex Ryan, I bet he’s been crying on the inside when his secondary has been getting torched while his front seven who starts the game well, are getting shredded towards the middle to the end of the games.

While you hear the players love playing for Ryan at the moment they are not executing the plays. I’m not saying they aren’t working hard but right now the execution is not there and sadly it going to start imploding very soon before the bye week comes. Sadly it’s time to say goodbye to Ryan, but it’s not all his fault this season because the General Manager has failed him and the fans as well.

What is the plan of John Idzik for the New York Jets to become successful in a win now league that is the NFL? So far in two drafts the positives are Sheldon Richardson and Jace Amaro and trading for Chris Ivory during the 2013 draft. His free agents so far Eric Decker is a plus while Chris Johnson right now is looking like a bust.

For the first time in a very long time Idzik has put the Jets $20-$22 million under the salary cap and that is a good job by the second year GM but sadly this season he hasn’t done enough to make the Jets competitive, in fact he allowed a top cornerback to come to the training facility and let him leave to join that other New York Football team.

What is going on with this guy and why does he think doing things the Seahawks way is going to fix the Jets when they have to face a tough AFC season against top teams from within the AFC East? If Idzik is upset that he couldn’t pick his own head coach then putting Ryan towards the door and kicking him through it is not the answer to intentional sabotage the season.

Idzik sadly has failed this season and he should be fired for not using any of that $22 Million dollar Salary cap money to fix the secondary. While he made a smart and shrewd move to trade for Percy Harvin, he wasn’t enough to fix all the problems that were seen against the Bills.

Finally the man that oversees everything the Jets do is owner and the Band-Aid King in Robert “Woody” Johnson. He has shown to be a man that wants a quick fix and doing it in a cheap way, I understand he paid a lot of money to help build half of MetLife Stadium but it’s just not enough for the fans who paid more than double for tickets and the right to have those tickets with the PSLs.

It’s time for Woody to sell the Jets to an owner who truly wants to see this team earn victory. Look at the new owner of the Buffalo Bills in Kim & Terry Pegula who wanted to own this team after Ralph Wilson died and when he stepped up to the podium during his press conference showed his emotions with pride and happiness to keep the team in Buffalo, NY and making Western, NY proud of having a local guy keeping the team.

Rex has to go, Idzik has to go & Woody Johnson needs to sell the team to a man who truly gives a damn about the Green & White and all Jets fans.

Author: Dan Feuerstein
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Red Bulls win 2014 finale, Wright-Phillips Ties league record

This was the final game of the 2014 Regular Season as both the New York Red Bulls that won the Supporters Shield and Sporting Kansas City who won the MLS Cup Championship last season ended at the bottom of the playoff end this season, but for Sporting they looked to be losing more than just precious position they were losing bodies.

But the with the Columbus Crew winning their final game of the season to face the New England Revolution, the Red Bulls had to win to host this same side at Red Bull Arena a few days later as they took a 2-0 victory at Sporting Park. At the same time both goals were scored by Bradley Wright-Phillips who tied the league record with 27 Goals.

First goal came in the 15th with the Red Bulls taking the ball back after Jacob Peterson decides to fall down and get the foul, but instead the whistle stayed quiet. Eric Alexander makes a solid pass towards Wright-Phillips and with a little luck the defender misses it and a well taken shot inside the near post for #26.

The second goal from Wright-Phillips came in the second half as he converted his chance in the 70th minute. After chasing a looping ball from Roy Miller, he fights for it with Aurelein Collin and just inside the Kansas City area dribble to the middle of the field and converts a hard low roller for his 27th of the season and ties the League Record with Roy Lassiter & San Jose Earthquakes striker Chris Wondolowski

With twenty minutes of regulation time remaining along with four minutes of stoppage time, Bradley Wright-Phillips couldn’t get that third goal with two to three chances of putting it away. It was a heck of a ride for Wright-Phillips who became the first player in Metro/Red Bulls history to score 20 goals in a season and adding seven more to that record. He will get another chance in 2015, but we shall see what happens during the offseason if there will be some changes.

But for the Red Bulls they will head home to Red Bull Arena and host the Wild Card one and done game against this same Sporting Kansas City side who has done well on the road, but the last time came to Red Bull Arena suffered a 2-1 loss.

Author: Dan Feuerstein
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Sunday, October 26, 2014

Podcast: Bills at Jets Preview

Join Daniel Feuerstein and Rick Laughland as they Preview the second game against their AFC Eastern Division Opponents as the New York Jets host the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium.

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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Kevin Klein’s OT Winner Rocks the Devils

It was another winner at the Prudential Center for the New York Rangers as it took overtime and a Kevin Klein snipe on short side of Corey Schneider at 2:42 into the extra period. It was a fantastic drop pass by Chris Kreider as he skated with the puck from center ice and into the Devils zone, but waited for Klein to get close and made the move.

But this game was a tale of two teams that used the power play to convert most of their chances to take a lead until that magic moment came from the red hot Rick Nash to tie the game in the 3rd period. At 14:32 of the 3rd Period Kevin Hayes took a hard rip after the puck was dug out of the near corner, which was saved by Schneider but the puck was loose in front of his pads. Nash dug it out and a flipped a quick backhander to tie the score at three a piece for his 8th of the season.

The start of the 2014-15 season for Nash has been amazing as he is sharing the top of the points leaders with John Taveras of the New York Islanders and Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins. Every time Nash has the puck on his stick or when he is in perfect position to accept a pass, he can smack it home with ease and there are those who were waiting to see if he can have a season with the Rangers, like he did with the Columbus Blue Jackets in years past.

But the Devils had some good moments as well when Jaromir Jagr finally converted his first goal against Henrik Lundqvist to tie the score in the 1st period on the power play off a rebound and Adam Henrique gave the Devils a lead in the second period with his shot being screened by Jagr and Ryan McDonagh. It looked like the Devils were going to win the game with an early goal in the 3rd period by Jon Merrill, but Chris Mueller ripped a fantastic pass from Derick Brassard to cut the lead to 3-2 at 9:06 of the 3rd Period.

While Schneider had a good game for the Devils, so did Lundqvist, but tonight the Rangers needed an extra period to earn that second point and defeated the Devils at the Prudential Center as they ride a three-game winning streak to Montreal for an Eastern Conference revenge game at the Bell Centre after the Rangers went on a three game losing streak and coughing up six goals at the Garden against the Maple Leafs and Islanders.

AUTHOR: Daniel Feuerstein
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Saturday, October 18, 2014

Podcast: Jets at Patriots Review Show

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Join Daniel Feuerstein and Rick Laugland as they review the AFC East divisional match-up as the New York Jets traveled up to Foxborough to face the New England Patriots.
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Thursday, October 16, 2014

Rick Laughland on FOXSports Radio

Rick Laughland, who covers the Giants and Jets for FOX Sports, checks in with JT The Brick and Tom Looney to discuss Victor Cruz's injury, and why it doesn't spell well for the Giants. Rick tells us Rex Ryan would rather have Michael Vick start at QB, and that it's possible both New York coaches won't be back next year.

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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Podcast: Jets at Patriots Preview Show

Join Daniel Feuerstein & Rick Laughland as they talk with Boston Sports Radio Station Patriots Reporter on Chris Price as the New York Jets travel to Foxboro to face Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in their Thursday Night Football game on CBS & NFL Network

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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Podcast: Broncos at Jets Review Show

Join Daniel Feuerstein and Rick Laughland as they review the big match-up as the New York Jets hosted Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos

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