TOJ New York Jets Link Dump – September 15, 2016

Matthew Stalker with a week 2 New York Jets link dump to get you ready for Jets vs. Bills

Matthew Stalker is back with a New York Jets link dump heading into Week 2 of the 2016 NFL season.  Let’s see where we’re at after a loss to the Bengals, kicking things off with a little self-promotion…

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Edward Gorelik takes an in-depth look at quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick versus the Bengals in his Context Stats project.

— In this week’s TOJ Roundtable, the guys and gals gave their predictions on Thursday night’s game against the Buffalo Bills.

— In TOJ’s weekly Know Your Opponent piece, I gave a quick overview of the Buffalo Bills depth chart.

Joe Caporoso delivers another edition of the PrimeSport Turn on the Jets 12 Pack!

— Back again with the next TOJ Pick SixDalbin Osorio takes a look at your Twitter questions for this week’s match-up in Buffalo!

— Color rush is back on Thursday night, but this time the Jets will wear all-white uniforms to avoid issues again this year.  Unfortunately last year, a group of viewers who are color-blind could not tell the teams apart. (NYJ)

— The Jet offense was a shell of itself compared to last season, especially in the redzone.  After a season in which Marshall and Decker surpassed Carter and Moss for touchdowns by a wide receiver duo, the pair were seemingly forgot about in Week 1 against the Bengals. (NYP)

— Based on what Todd Bowles states, it could be a bit telling as to what the Jets are doing offensively with the rotation between Ben Ijalana and Brent Qvale at right tackle. (NJ)

— Quarterback of the Jets, Ryan Fitzpatrick, has struggled mightily against Rex Ryan throughout his career.  Last year, he threw five interceptions against Ryan’s defense in Buffalo.  In 2016, he needs to outwit Rex Ryan. (ND)

— So exactly why doesn’t head coach Todd Bowles want to speak to kicker Nick Folk? (NJ)

— A closer look following the dominance of the Jets’ defensive front was on display in Week 1 and Sheldon Richardson returns this week. (TP)