PSL Disparity Indicates That the Jets Are Not Yet the Biggest Show in New York

May 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As far as professional sports go, the NFL offseason tends to be the most active and unpredictable of any.
This year has proven to be no exception. With a potential lockout looming, and the temporary banishment of a salary cap, various teams exercised some new freedoms to lure in top-notch free agents.
It has been a fascinating time of year for the NFL, and Brett Favre hasn't even announced whether or not he will retire. But as in any sport, there are time periods lacking any drama, hence the obsession over stories that should blow over more quickly than they actually have (Dez Bryant and Brian Cushing, anyone?).
The local media has to write about something, too. And in a town that hosts both a model franchise that has compiled an impressive three Super Bowl titles, as well as one that has been desperately searching for their first since 1969, it is easy to spend a considerable amount of time comparing the two teams.
Now that the team that's been on the wrong si...

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