TOJ Podcast – Green and White Scrimmage Recap, Pre-Season Preview

Joe Caporoso, Connor Rogers, Dalbin Osorio and Mike Nolan recap the green and white scrimmage and preview the pre-season opener

Joe Caporoso, Connor Rogers, Dalbin Osorio and Mike Nolan recap the Green and White scrimmage in the Turn On The Jets debut podcast on our YouTube channel. We also discuss the wide receiver position and preview the New York Jets pre-season opener against the Indianapolis Colts on Thursday night. Make sure to subscribe to our channel and check back this week for video footage from the scrimmage and other new content…

…And don’t miss our interview with Nick Mangold

Author: Joe Caporoso

Joe Caporoso is the Owner and EIC of Turn On The Jets. His writing has been featured in the New York Times, Huffington Post, MMQB and AdWeek. Caporoso played football his entire life, including four years at Muhlenberg as a wide receiver, where he was arguably the slowest receiver to ever start in school history. He is the VP of Social Media at Whistle Sports

  • Nep Oznat

    Excellent podcast tonight, fellas!! Good overall picture/summaries by Joe and excellent reporting by Connor from Cortland.

    Looking forward to the next one especially Michael’s analysis of the young OL guys vs. the Colts.

    Keep up the great work!

  • Frank Antonelli

    Great job guys!

    P.S. Freddie Mac once uttered these classic statements:
    ”But this is essentially the same team”.
    “I’m quickly losing faith in Idzik’s ability to build a team.”

  • Joe Caporoso

    Thanks for listening Nep and Frank! Looking forward to doing these on a weekly basis

  • Steve Windeler

    I think they’ll be keeping 7 WRs 4 RBs 0 FBs 2 QBs
    I think Powell has to be better at everything than either FB.
    They don’t even read the holes well, so they’re basically just getting in the way.
    Ford is not really injury prone.
    He was injured once. He got bad advice. Spent a year rehabbing lis franc.
    Injured it again immediately, then had surgery. Lost another year.
    Last year he stayed healthy, but it often takes a full year to come back from Lis Frank.
    He may not get that burst back, but if he has it back he should get a chance.

  • Good job guys. So much better than Cimini, et al

  • Tony

    Hey guys. Great job of keeping the G & W in perspective. It’s a no win either way for Jet fans and you nailed it. The following 4 games will tell most of the story.

  • Angel

    I’ve been lurking and reading the site the past few months and I haven’t been commenting lately and I figured out the reason why, after listening to this last PodCast — I’m not excited for this Jets team… not one bit. For me, it boils down to 3 things:

    1. Geno Smith: I have no faith in the guy. I’m hoping he turns it around and shows me something this year. It doesn’t help when this site is dedicated to making excuses for him. Vick is old and done and I wouldn’t be surprised if he is injured or cut at the end of the preseason after one-hopping passes off the dirt in the upcoming preseason games. And Matt Simms will never get a shot.

    2. The O-Line: It sux. Period. It sucked last year and it doesn’t appear to be any better this year. Maybe it’s even gotten worse.

    3. One bad year and it’s over for Rex Ryan: I really think Rex is a good coach and even capable of becoming a great coach down the line, but if the Jets stink it up this year, he isn’t even going to get a shot. Rex will never be a solid well rounded Head Coach, but he can become great at what he does best – manage the defense, motivate his players, and empower his Offensive Coordinator. But it looks like his destined future is to bounce around as a defensive coordinator for years without ever getting a real HC offer again. And if he does, it would be for the coach killing Browns or Raiders or another BS organization.

    Let’s all hope I’m WAAAAAY off base and none of this is inevitable.

  • John Hunter

    It was a scrimmage. As a true optimist of my beloved Jets, I’ll bring shed some love to all the negativity, because if Geno went crazy with 3 TDS, and the offense found the O on the ground for 2 more, I’m sure the pessimist would remind me…..”it was only a scrimmage”

    With that said and done…….No Ints was a positive. If Ivory or CJ was faced with those goal line situations, we would’ve scored (Alex Green? Please). There’s time for the O line to become solid, and when Jace gets comfortable with the NFL speed, the TE position will be more effective in our passing game.

    The D will crack the top 10 for sure, and more than likely the top 5. With Babin creating pressure on the edge, our D is about to take a leap in production in QB pressure.

    We’ll end up with a minimum of 10 wins, book it.

    It all starts Thursday against the Colts.