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We'll know a lot about Todd Bowles and the New York Jets' improved defense (on paper) after the first three weeks of the 2015 season.
ESPN's NFL Nation reporters predict the regular-season record for the team they cover.
The Steelers rank among the teams who are hurt most by a difficult schedule in 2015, writes Scott Kacsmar of Football Outsiders. Meanwhile, an easy schedule could lead to a Jets rebound.
"Geno Smith, as polarizing as he is from most of the people I hear talk about him, he's getting better," Gruden said.
Willie Colon agrees with Jace Amaro's assessment that player tardiness was a problem under former coach Rex Ryan.
New York Jets coach Todd Bowles says he'd like to add another quarterback. Good idea.
The NFL will announce its 2015 schedule at 8 p.m. ET Tuesday. Here's a look at the home and away opponents for all 32 teams.
Pass-rusher is talented and productive, but decisions off the field make him a high-risk player for NFL teams.
The Jets have three running backs set to hit free agency in 2016.
The Jets this offseason have basically worked out any quarterback they can find, both in free agency and the draft.
The former Jets coach hinted in an interview that Amaro might want to watch his back when he plays the Buffalo Bills this season.
The Kentucky pass-rusher has incredible statistics, but might be a reach with the No. 6 pick in the NFL draft.
ESPN NFL Draft Insider Mel Kiper Jr. discusses his top three picks for his "Grade A" Draft, in which he picks as if he were each team's GM and fellow NFL Draft Insider Todd McShay reacts.
He's the best offensive lineman in the draft, period. In case you haven't noticed, the Jets' line could use a young stud.