TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the headlines surrounding the New York Jets heading into July
Episode 2 of the Turn On The Jets Podcast, featuring Brian Costello of the New York Post and TOJ staff members TJ Rosenthal & Dan Marcus
Check out episode 2 of the Turn On The Jets Podcast hosted by Joe Caporoso and Michael O’Connor. Brian Costello of the New York Post talks Jets mini-camp, the quarterback battle and the recent front office shuffle. New TOJ staff addition Dan Marcus talks about his controversial article on Mark Sanchez and TJ Rosenthal of the TOJ and The Jet Report discusses Rex Ryan and his hopes for 2013.
It will be difficult for the New York Jets not improve on the 2012 season
The 2012 New York Jets were a 6-10 team. There have been plenty of Jets seasons that registered worse records but last year was one of the least enjoyable, if not the least enjoyable season in recent memory.
The Turn On The Jets Roundtable debates how the AFC East will shake out in 2013
The Turn On The Jets Roundtable is back to debate issues surrounding the New York Jets. Make sure to give all of the writers a follow on Twitter and if there is a question you want to see us debate, leave it in the comment section!
How do you see the AFC East playing out in 2013?
Connor Rogers with a closer look at New York Jets outside linebacker Antwan Barnes, who could be a x-factor on defense in 2013
Coming into the 2013 offseason, new general manager John Idzik had many holes to fill on the New York Jets roster with one of the worst salary cap situations in the NFL. With a budget that required Idzik to pursue “bargain bin” players, former San Diego Chargers pass rush specialist Antwan Barnes was signed by the Jets to a three year deal. Barnes is coming off of a year in which he was limited due to a hamstring injury and put on the injured reserve in December. Although Barnes doesn’t possess Pro Bowl caliber career numbers, there are multiple reasons he’s poised for success and a big role with the current Jet defense. Continue reading “New York Jets Defensive X-Factor – Antwan Barnes?”
Counting down the reasons to be excited about the 2013 New York Jets season…Quinton Coples unleashed
Here at Turn On The Jets, we decided to take a page out of Robert Mays book over at Grantland (a polite way of saying rip his article idea off) by counting down the 115 days until the New York Jets kick off, with a daily reason to get excited about their return. Mays has the whole NFL to work with, we only have the Goddamn Jets…now there is a challenge, step your game up Mays!
We continue today with a look at Quinton Coples unleashed (Note, you can track this entire series right here)
What is Rex Ryan’s job security level heading into the New York Jets 2013 season?
One of the most common questions surrounding the New York Jets this year is “what is it going to take for Rex Ryan to keep his job?” The Jets have low expectations and many argue that the front office has set him up to fail so new General Manager John Idzik can bring in his own guy next off-season. Rex Ryan isn’t an optimum situation but I wouldn’t paint him as a dead man walking quite yet.
Dalbin Osorio breaks down New York Jets tight end Kellen Winslow Jr
Despite a report from the New York Jets beat, namely Rich Cimini and his unnamed sources that questioned the signing of a former first round pick, at a position the Jets are woefully thin at…we at TOJ felt it was time to give an unbiased view of Kellen Winslow Jr.
Cole Patterson finds parallels between the NFL and Game of Thrones
The art of story telling is one of the greatest aspects of humanity. Some have the uncanny ability to spin intricate tales that absorb the audience and create catharsis. George R.R. Martin is one such rare individual. His Song of Ice and Fire series has enchanted millions. HBO’s adaptation of the series, Game of Thrones, brought Martin’s visions to life and inspired a massive cult following. The popular show has turned many of us into drooling, nerd-slaves to Martin and HBO’s genius.
What on earth does this have to do with football you may ask? Little and less. Yet, the NFL and its dramatic matchups, ever evolving rivalries, and team defections create a literary piece all its own. The inner workings of the NFL can be told as a story; complete with plot twists and cliffhangers, antagonists and protagonists. With that in mind we would like to unite the oft overlapping fan bases of the NFL and G of T by drawing parallels between the National Football League and the world of Westeros.
TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on Rex Ryan, Santonio Holmes and Kellen Winslow Jr