Joe Caporoso previews week 7 of the 2017 NFL season…
Every Wednesday or Thursday during the 2017 season, Joe Caporoso will break down the upcoming week of NFL action. Unfasten the belts and prepare to gorge on another weekend of fandom, fantasy, gambling, tweeting, cheering, complaining…and complaining.
Jared Scherl breaks down the controversial touchback call against Austin Seferian-Jenkins and the New York Jets in week 6…
The NFL has many flaws at the moment, and officiating is certainly one of them. Most of the time, however, the issues arise with calls made on the field–how is that pass interference? What do you mean no personal foul? He hit him in the head! When the replays are taken to the booth (and now to NFL headquarters in New York City), most of the time they get it right. Not on Sunday.
Mike Nash goes three up and three down on the New York Jets heading into week 7…
On Sunday, the New York Jets lost a heartbreaker, 24-17 to Tom Brady and the New England Patriots to end the Jets 3 game winning streak. Let’s take a look at three players that impressed, and three players that struggled.
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso and Dalbin Osorio review the New York Jets 24-17 loss to the New England Patriots and what it says about the current state of the franchise…
Joe Caporoso and Scott Mason review the New York Jets week 6 loss to the New England Patriots and what it says about the current state of the franchise. They also preview this week’s game versus Miami, the trade deadline and discuss what the hell is wrong with Muhammad Wilkerson…
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Daniel Essien with a week 6 film breakdown of Josh McCown and the Jets’ passing game against Jacksonville…
The New York Jets lost to the Patriots 24-17 in a game that really helped reveal many positives in the Jets road to rebuilding and many negatives that must deal with along the road. Both of those conflicting elements can be found in the Jets’ passing game with Josh McCown. Let’s go through some moments from the game where the Jets executed well, where they left something to be desired, and where they plays left on the field due to lack of awareness.
Joe Malfa with his weekly ranking/tracker of the top quarterbacks in college football….
These quarterback trackers have been written under the impression the Jets would be a lock for a top-five pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. It may no longer be a guarantee considering the is 3-3 and just went toe-to-toe with the Patriots.
Wherever they end up — whether it is top-five or top-10 — they will still have a shot at a franchise quarterback in a QB-heavy draft class, so Joe Malfa kept a close eye on the performances of college’s top quarterback prospects this week as he has throughout the season and will for the rest of the season.
Here are the rankings ahead of Week 8:
Joe Caporoso with thoughts on how the New York Jets can approach the trade deadline…
One of the most difficult things to do in the NFL is self scout. It is not easy to honestly evaluate where exactly your team stands. We have seen self scouting plague the Jets and be one of the primary drivers of their six year playoff drought. In 2011 they evaluated Wayne Hunter as a starting caliber offensive tackle and Derrick Mason as an improvement over Jericho Cotchery. In 2012, they evaluated and paid Mark Sanchez like a franchise quarterback and Tim Tebow like a valuable offensive weapon. In 2014, they misevaluated their need for cornerback depth and David Nelson’s ability to be a starting receiver. In 2016, they didn’t recognize Ryan Fitzpatrick’s season as an outlier and thought Darrelle Revis’ late 2015 struggles were a mirage.
Right now the Jets are 3-3, better than most expected (not everybody). They have not been shy to embrace trades in recent months. How active or inactive should they be at or before October 31st?
The New York Jets heard it all during the offseason after they let go of some of their top talent to shed some salary. At the time, the team was accused of tanking for the top pick in the draft. The fact that they lost their first two games of the season didn’t help much either, but the team finally started putting things together and reeled off three consecutive wins.
Joe Caporoso breaks down the film on the New York Jets 24-17 loss to the New England Patriots
We are back with another TOJ New York Jets film breakdown. Check out previous editions right here. On to the #tape…