Hello New York Jets fans! After a somewhat surprising 8-8 season for Gang Green, the attention now shifts to the offseason. Armed with an expected 10-12 picks and $35+ million in cap space, the Jets figure to be active both in free agency and in the draft. With that said, It’s time to hand out the grades for 2014 for the New York Jets Running Backs. I’ll include Mike Goodson in the grades and will be subtracting Geno Smith’s rushing totals. I will also include a link to TOJ’s “Who Stays, Who Goes” so you can see what changes may be made to the Jets running backs core for 2014. It is a group that may remain unchanged for the most part, but you should familiarize yourself with some names in case John Idzik elects to upgrade the group. Let’s get to it.
Mike Donnelly of TOJ breaks down the New York Jets roster and predicts who will return in 2014.
Now that the New York Jets 2013 has officially ended, it is time to turn the page and look forward to 2014. The future is certainly bright for the Jets and fans have reason to be excited. With a ton of cap space and perhaps as many as 12 draft choices, there will be plenty of new faces by next season.
But what about the current roster? Which players will be back in green next year and which will be taking their talents (or in some cases, their lack of talent) elsewhere? Let’s take a look at the current roster and individual’s chances of returning. Continue reading “New York Jets Looking Ahead: Who Stays and Who Goes?”
Dan Marcus hands out some Game Balls for the Jets week 17 victory
This is the most celebrated 8-8 finish I can remember the Jets having with the rumors swirling around about Rex Ryan’s job future, this team really rallied around their beloved Head Coach and did not quit after being eliminated from playoff contention, winning their final two games and knocking the Dolphins out of the playoffs in the process. Despite completely fudging their draft position, the Jets played a great game against the Dolphins and some of the young players took some steps that make you believe the future is definitely bright for this team but enough preamble, let’s finish out the season strong with some Game Balls
TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the New York Jets season finale victory
Connor Rogers breaks down this weeks New York Jets story lines on Black Monday
The New York Jets finished off a surprising season with a win at Miami, eliminating the Dolphins from playing post season football. With that win, the Jets finish with an 8-8 record and second place in the AFC East. The Jets were supposed to win a maximum of four games and Rex Ryan was supposed to be canned, but that’s why they play the games, right? It can be tough to be happy with a season that ends without a playoff appearance, but the Jets surprised a ton of people this year. Most importantly, they have built positive momentum for next year. Lets take a look at this week’s story lines. Continue reading “Morning Cup of Coffee: Black Monday Edition”
Joe Caporoso with reaction to the New York Jets week 17 win and the announcment of Rex Ryan’s return
The New York Jets ended the season with an exclamation point today in Miami, knocking their division rival Dolphins out of the playoffs with an impressive 20-7 victory. Basically immediately after the game, Owner Woody Johnson announced that Rex Ryan will return as the Jets head coach in 2014. We haven’t received word about a contract extension but it is likely the Jets will add a year or two on to his deal. There are also rumblings that the defensive coaching staff could be shook up a little bit, so stay tuned for further information on that front.
The Jets have come into Miami for a week 17 match up with hopes to end the Dolphins playoff hopes. Its a warm, rainy day at a half empty Sun Life Stadium. Lets take a look at how the first half has played out. Continue reading “New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins – Halftime Report”
This is a sad day as the NFL regular season comes to a close. No more fantasy football, no more tons of games to bet on every week, and for most fans, no more watching your favorite team play for the next nine months. But that doesn’t mean we can’t end this season with a bang and make some money right? Let’s get to it… Continue reading “TOJ Week 17 NFL Gambling Advice and Picks”
TOJ Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio breaks down the New York Jets Week 17 opponent, the Miami Dolphins, in this week’s version of “Know Your Opponent.”
The New York Jets, fresh off a win against the Cleveland Browns, take their modest talents to South Beach for a Week 17 matchup against the Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins need a win against the Jets to keep their playoff hopes alive, and the Jets have a chance to return the favor from 2011 when it was the Dolphins that ended the Jets playoff hopes in Miami. Time to get to know your opponent for Week 17.
Joe Caporoso with predictions for Jets/Dolphins and the final week of NFL action
Another year of 12 Packs is in the books, which means another season of covering the New York Jets is nearly in the books. The off-season often ends up being busier here than the regular season and I expect this year to be no exception. There is a potential coaching change on the way, nearly 50 million in cap space and likely 12 draft picks at the Jets disposal. We are lucky to have such a large collection of talented writers to cover what is sure to be a highly active January to August.