Episode 31, Stick To The Jets – Jets vs. Falcons Defensive Recap/Twitter Mailbag (Part 2)

New STJ Podcast: Connor Rogers and Joe Caporoso break down the New York Jets defensive performance against Atlanta and answer your Twitter questions (Part 1 of podcast on the TOJ Podcast Feed)

Connor Rogers and Joe Caporoso with part 2 of their home and home podcast breaking down the New York Jets preseason debut against the Atlanta Falcons, focusing on the defense and answering your Twitter questions. For part one, click right here. We also discuss:

  • The situation at slot corner
  • The need at outside linebacker
  • Derrick Jones AKA Cro 2.0 

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Episode 30, Stick To The Jets – Green & White Scrimmage Preview

Connor Rogers previews the Green and White scrimmage at Rutgers, and breaks down which players and position groups to keep an eye on, along with who already locked up roster spots early.

Connor Rogers previews the Green and White scrimmage at Rutgers, and breaks down which players and position groups to keep an eye on, along with who already locked up roster spots early.

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New York Jets – Top Training Camp Storylines For Rookies

Connor Rogers breaks down the top storylines for New York Jets rookies heading into their first NFL training camp…

The New York Jets rookies are set to report to training camp on Tuesday, two days earlier than the rest of the team.

The spotlight on this group is as big as it’s ever been during the Mike Maccagnan and Todd Bowles era, highlighted by third overall pick Sam Darnold.

Besides the signal caller from USC, plenty of picks and a few UDFAs have the chance to play key roles for Gang Green this year. Let’s break down the biggest storylines surrounding the rookies heading into training camp.

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New York Jets 2019 Draft Watchlist: Volume II, RBs Edition

Connor Rogers with a New York Jets NFL Draft watchlist for 2019, focusing on the running back position…

When the New York Jets gave Isaiah Crowell a modest three year, $12 million deal this offseason, they essentially slapped a band aid on their running back group.

Crowell, who is offered very minimal guaranteed money beyond this season, is a fine player to pair with Bilal Powell in the backfield.

Fine: not spectacular, not poor – just mediocre. With the 29 year old Powell set to hit free agency after this year, the position is a key spot to watch for the 2019 offseason as the unit could undergo a makeover.

With that note, the college football season and running back draft class will be a vital area to watch this year. Here are a few early names to put the spotlight on for your watchlist.

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TOJ New York Jets Film Room – A Rewind & Look To Future Of Red Zone Offense

Connor Rogers breaks down the potential of the New York Jets red zone offense…

The red zone offense.

It can often be the difference between ‘almost’ and ‘mission accomplished’ in the NFL.

How often are you finding yourself in the opposition’s 20 yard line? Are you efficient at converting those opportunities into six points when you get there? Do your points come from creativity, pure talent or both combined?

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New York Jets 2019 Draft Watchlist: Volume One

Connor Rogers with a college football watchlist for New York Jets fans in advance of the 2019 NFL Draft, volume one.

While Jets fans are excited to watch the team’s haul from the 2018 draft class, it’s never too early to see who is on the radar for next year.

With the college football season just two months away, which stars at that level could find themselves in the conversation for Gang Green next Spring?

Here’s volume one of who to watch this Fall at the college level.

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Stick To The Jets (Episode 25) – New York Jets Minicamp Review F/ Joe Caporoso

New STJ Podcast: Connor Rogers and Joe Caporoso review New York Jets minicamp and talk QB depth chart…

Connor Rogers and Joe Caporoso review New York Jets minicamp, break down the secondary and receiver depth charts and discuss Sam Darnold’s timeline for playing…

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New York Jets – Biggest Takeaways From Minicamp

Connor Rogers with observations on New York Jets minicamp…

The New York Jets 2018 minicamp is officially in the books after weeks of OTAs where much of the team was in attendance. Minicamp is an ideal time for the staff to begin install, get an eye on the rookies for potential mechanical fixes and most importantly for the quarterbacks to build chemistry with their targets.

With plenty of media on hand this week, what are the most vital things to keep an eye on heading into training camp as well as the biggest takeaways? Let’s break it down.

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Making The Year Two Jump: Wide Receiver Chad Hansen

Connor Rogers with a closer look at New York Jets WR Chad Hansen and if he can make a year two “jump”

While the Jets have a very crowded wide receiver depth chart at the moment, it’s safe to assume Mike Maccagnan would like to see progress from each of the receivers he took in the 2017 NFL Draft in ArDarius Stewart and Chad Hansen.

Neither were particularly productive as rookies last season, but it’s not time to hit the panic button just yet on the former third and fourth round selections. What can they bring in 2018?

Let’s start with Hansen in this edition, who has wasted little time turning heads during OTA’s.

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NFL Draft – Can The Jets Strike Gold In This Year’s NFL Supplemental Draft?

Connor Rogers previews potential CB targets for the New York Jets in the supplemental draft…

In a somewhat rare circumstance, this year’s NFL Supplemental Draft could have a few talented names on the board. While the Jets made quite a few huge investments this offseason, their work might not be over just yet.

Let’s break down the two names that have applied for the Supplemental Draft that would make the most sense for Todd Bowles’ defense.

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