Counting down the reasons to be excited about the New York Jets 2013 season…quarterback competition!
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 the upcoming quarterback competition (NOTE you can see the entire series right here)
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TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle as the New York Jets head up to Cortland to kick off their training camp this week
Connor Rogers breaks down New York Jets TE Kellen Winslow Jr and his comeback attempt
When the Jets signed free agent tight end and former Brown’s first round pick Kellen Winslow Jr., the fan base had a mixed reaction of excitement and skepticism. Most of the excitement stemmed from the lack of adding anyone remotely talented at the tight end position and the skepticism was due to Winslow Jr. barely playing in the NFL last season. The main concern with Winslow is how healthy his knees are, an issue only Winslow himself could detail for you. As that question will answer itself throughout training camp, I’ve also seen another issue raised by the media every time Winslow’s name is brought up: his age.
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Dalbin Osorio on how New York Jets WRs Jeremy Kerley and Stephen Hill compare with other notable 2nd and 5th round WRs.
Members of the New York Jets have varying levels of importance when it comes to the team’s success this upcoming season. The Jets could be ok if Dee Milliner doesn’t play lights out from Day 1 because they had a highly ranked pass defense with Kyle Wilson playing corner opposite Antonio Cromartie. If David Harris doesn’t bounce back from a subpar 2012 it will hurt less if Mo Wilkerson and Quinton Coples don’t consistently put pressure on the QB. Some would say Mark Sanchez and/or Geno Smith need be nothing more than glorified game manager and the offense can stil be successful if Chris Ivory produces. However, two Jets who absolutely have to deliver because of question marks surrounding the wide receiver position are Jeremy Kerley and Stephen Hill. Continue reading “Expectations For New York Jets WRs Stephen Hill & Jeremy Kerley?”
The Turn On The Jets 12 Pack gives a prediction on the New York Jets 53 man roster
We are back with our final Turn On The Jets 12 Pack before training camp starts up (WOOHOO!) but before we get into our predictions for the New York Jets final 53 man roster, we have a quick PSA. New TOJ shirts are on sale…RIGHT NOW, RIGHT HERE. Make sure to get your pre-order in now so you can get the size you want. Special thanks to our friends at Bark Tees NY for another job well done.
Disagree with my predictions for the Jets final roster? I want to hear ALL about it in the comment section, on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.
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Mike O’Conner finishes going through the New York Jets roster and breaking down individual player’s chances of making the team
Another week has passed by this summer, having us fans even more so on the edge of our seats awaiting Jets’ training camp on July 26th. This means that the players I’ll be going through today are under an increasingly bright spotlight to outperform their competition to ensure that they can grab a roster spot for the final cuts of the off-season. If you haven’t checked out Part 1 of these training camp overviews, I highly recommend you give it a brief look to grasp what I’m going for with this sort of scale and these rankings. Continue reading “New York Jets Roster “Safety Meter” – Part 2″
Cole Patterson kicks off New York Jets Therapy Sessions, with a look at how to recover from a lack of Darrelle Revis this season
In “New York Jets Therapy Session” Cole Patterson examines a particular issue that the New York Jets face in a metaphorical therapy scenario. Treatments are prescribed from the perspective of a position of control with the franchise or through actions that have already been taken. Today’s edition focuses on the football affliction of “Phantom Revis”
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Dalbin Osorio explores if New York Jets GM John Idzik up to task for the New York Jets rebuilding process
“He’s going to do what’s best for the club, period. He’s not going to get bullied or pushed around whether it’s media influence or whatever.”- Seahawks GM John Schneider
When the New York Jets hired John Idzik as the franchise’s general manager, of fans were just thrilled that it wasn’t Scott Cohen and to be rid of “Trader Mike” Tannenbaum. The New York media tried to paint Idzik as strictly a capologist from the Seattle Seahawks with no knowledge of drafting or scouting players, a reputation that didn’t initially endear him to the fan base. Idzik was actually called a “Mike Tannenbaum clone” before even being introduced. However, have no fear Jet Nation because we at TOJ believe that Woody Johnson hired the right man for the job. Let’s take a look at Idzik’s career in NFL front offices and what that can mean for the Jets rebuilding process.
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Episode 6 of the TOJ Podcast featuring New York Jets linebacker Antwan Barners, wide receiver Joe Collins and a Twitter Q&A
The Turn On The Jets Roundtable discusses expectations for the New York Jets rookie class
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!
What are your predictions for the New York Jets rookie class?
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