Publish Date: 06/19/2018
Fact checked by: Mike Goodpaster
Hello, #NYJets fans!!!
We take a break from the ‘Recon Missions’ series to announce a HUGE new partnership! The JFP has teamed up with www.statementgames.com to announce a contest in which 2 lucky fans could win tickets to the Nov. 25th game between the New York Jets and the New England Patriots! And all you have to do to enter is send a text! Text JETS to 516-207-0905, follow the prompts, and you’re all set! Winners will be announced Nov. 23rd on a special edition of the JFP LIVE on the air!
CJ sits down with Marc Saulino from statementgames .com to talk about the contest as well as take one last look at Jets minicamp before they break for a bit. Can the Jets find that killer instinct this season? Or, is Gang Green still a work in progress?
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