New Jersey - NY Jets
New York Jets
Giants Stadium, to be replaced as soon as possible. The new joint stadium opened in 2010, is not named for only one of the two teams, and actually allows the Jets to be the home team every other time they play the Giants.
As the new stadium is constructed, the gigantic playpen known as Xanadu takes shape in the background, across NJ Route 120. Part of the amazingness is an indoor ski slope, which is the multistory fun-slide contraption on the left. If it ever opens.
The Jets practicing in the western end zone, where they would ultimately aim in the second and fourth quarters of the game.
Ben Graham, the Aussie-rules kicker who can put a mean backspin on a short-distance pooch punt to land the ball inside the opponent's 5 with no hope of touchback or runback.
This sequence was cobbled together from three separate plays, but it shows scrimmage pitting Chad Pennington (#10) against his own defense. See more of scrimmage at the big link at the bottom of the page.
The red arrow points to Chad Pennington, Jets starting quarterback at the time. The yellow arrow points to Kellen Clemens, who is now the starting quarterback as I write this. Kellen is one of the K-named sons of Roger Clemens.
Now into the actual game, Chad prepares to take a snap against the Giants in the very partisan stadium (Jets fans have a tough time getting tickets for an "away" game), and zoom lens technology brings you the unparalleled action shot of Pennington actually receiving a snap from center Nick Mangold.
Watch a scrimmage field goal by Mike Nugent (#1)
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