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.
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.
Connor Rogers continues his NFL Draft future stars series with a look at Ohio State Edge Nick Bosa..
The Future Stars series is on to it’s third edition with Ohio State’s Nick Bosa after already covering Houston’s Ed Oliver and Florida State’s Levonta Taylor.
A legitimate potential number one pick for the 2019 NFL Draft, the Buckeyes sack master will be a must-watch talent throughout this year’s college football season. Let’s breakdown what makes the younger Bosa brother a special talent.
Connor Rogers continues his future stars series with a look at Florida State CB Levonta Taylor
After kicking off this series with Houston’s superstar Ed Oliver, we’ll stay on the defensive side of the ball with a cornerback at Florida State in Levonta Taylor.
Let’s break down the potential star of the Seminoles secondary for this upcoming college football season.
New STJ Podcast: Connor Rogers gives his final reaction to the 2018 NFL Draft…
Connor Rogers gives his final reaction to the 2018 NFL Draft and answers your questions on the New York Jets class and roster moving forward…
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Connor Rogers breaks down the projected roles on the New York Jets defensive line in 2018…
While all of the talk has centered around free agent additions and drafting a quarterback third overall, the Jets have quietly made a significant effort to revamp their defensive line this offseason.
After re-signing Mike Pennel, drafting two from the 2018 class and using another pick to trade for Henry Anderson, this is a unit that will look a bit different going forward.
What roles will each player take on? Will it be an upgrade from 2017? Let’s break it all down.
Connor Rogers with power rankings for the New York Jets rookies…
While no conclusions or movement can be made from a minicamp, the Jets 2018 draft class (along with many rookie free agents) had the chance to work with the coaching staff for the first time over the last few days.
With a few potential starters in this year’s group there is a hope for quite a bit of instant impact, making the rookie power rankings more important than ever. Let’s reveal volume one of what should be a year long tracker.
Connor Rogers on what Sam Darnold needs to do to be the New York Jets starting quarterback in 2018
Rookie minicamp has begun in Florham Park, NJ for the Jets, which means Sam Darnold’s audition to start week one is officially underway.
Judging by Todd Bowles’ comments, it’s safe to assume the third overall pick will have a very good chance to show he’s ready to make an instant impact. Let’s breakdown what Darnold has to do over these next few months to come out as the week one starter in Detroit.
Connor Rogers with grades for each of the New York Jets picks in the 2018 NFL Draft…
What a whirlwind draft week was, especially for the New York Jets. It was hard to imagine a scenario where Sam Darnold tumbled to three, but this is why it’s one of the more unpredictable events in all of sports.
Even without a second round selection, the team found value and remained active in the trade market. While these weren’t all household names, quite a few were favorites amongst the national draft media.
Let’s grade each pick the Jets made this year.