Dalbin Osorio with his dream offseason if the New York Jets hire Kliff Kingsbury as the Head Coach
With news that the New York Jets are interviewing former Jets QB, Texas Tech HC, and current USC OC Kliff Kingsbury, it made sense to see what a probable Kingsbury coaching staff would look and should look like. Alot of Jets fans thoroughly enjoyed the Jets young nucleus, led by Jamal Adams, openly pining for the former Jets QB, but if you look closer maybe the signs were there all along: Maccagnan signed Case Keenum (Kingsbury QB), traded up for Baker Mayfield (Kingsbury QB), signed Davis Webb (another Kingsbury QB) and Brian Heimerdinger’s dad was Kliff’s OC when he was in New York. I think the front office is in unison here.
At the bottom, you will also see a probable Kingsbury/Maccagnan off-season with players signed, traded, and a mock draft. Let’s dive right in:
With five games left in the season, and the New York Jets all but assured of another losing season, its time we continue our look towards 2019 with the second installment of our dream off-season. In this part, I will assemble my dream coaching staff. Then, the third post (coming next week), will assemble the dream front office staff. Without much further ado, lets dive right into it:
Dalbin Osorio with a V1 version of his dream New York Jets offseason
With the attention rightfully turning to the off-season, and the Jets once again armed with a treaure chest of cap space and a chance to quickly turn their team around with a rookie QB here is my dream off-season for Gang Green. First, let’s start with what we know:
Dalbin Osorio with a pick six of potential HC replacements for Todd Bowles…
With the New York Jets currently sitting at 3-5, and another season likely not ending in a playoff appearance, this fanbase will most likely start looking towards the off-season. Armed with 3 top 100 picks and $100M in cap space, as well as their presumptive franchise QB in Sam Darnold entering year 2, this is set to become one of the more attractive jobs for potential head coaches should the team decide to move on from Head Coach Todd Bowles. Here are six candidates I would look towards, plus a prediction at the bottom on who I think coaches Gang Green next year.
This week the guys do battle on four of the hottest topics surrounding the New York Jets in the aftermath of their loss to the Cleveland Browns:
“Play Like A Jet” presents episode #9 of your weekly NY Jets debate show “What’s Your Point?” with Dalbin Osorio vs Paulie Bruzzese. This week the guys do battle on four of the hottest topics surrounding the New York Jets in the aftermath of their loss to the Cleveland Browns:
- Was this really one of the worst losses in franchise history or are people getting carried away?
- Is Jamal Adams ducking the media after the game no big deal or a bad sign for a player who claims to be a vocal leader?
- If he becomes available, should the Jets try to trade for Antonio Brown?
- Which Jets player, coach, executive, or other employee would be the most fun to take on a road trip?
You will hear the answers to these topics debated with special guest Jon Grella – current Executive Vice President of Public Affairs at U.S. Travel Association & former Director of Communications for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers – as the judge, jury, and executioner!
Play Like A Jet and What’s Your Point are part of the Turn on the Jets Digital podcast network…
Dalbin Osorio with initial reaction to the New York Jets 20-12 loss to the Miami Dolphins…
The New York Jets outgained the Dolphins, forced multiple turnovers sacked Ryan Tannehill four times, and somehow found a way to lose thanks to two turnovers from their rookie, bad field position, terrible ball security, and a slew of untimely penalties.
Dalbin Osorio with a pick six of matchups to watch for in Jets vs. Lions…
We have finally made it Jets fans! After an eventful offseason, we are now a few hours away from kicking things off officially in the Sam Darnold Era. Head Coach Todd Bowles said that the Jets are going up to Detroit to win a game, and these are six things i’ll be looking for as the team aims to do exactly that in week one.
The TOJ staff gives their predictions for the 2018 NFL season…
Team TOJ has come together like Voltron to offer you our season predictions for the 2018-2019 season. Favorite this, and then return to it at the end of the year to ridicule us for what we got wrong and celebrate us for what we got right.
The numbers in parenthesis represent the number of votes each team got for that respective slot.
Let’s take this back like a Jamal Adams Monday Night Football Pick Six off of Matthew Stafford:
Week 1 of the TOJ NFL Power Rankings…
Every week this season, team TOJ will present the weekly power rankings for your consumption. The Power Rankings Posse includes:
Our group of writers will attempt to come to a consensus on how the entire NFL stacks up heading into the upcoming week. In subsequent weeks, you will see quotes from our writers explaining where they differed from others.
Dalbin Osorio with six potential trade targets for the New York Jets at edge rusher…
Fresh off the Teddy Bridgewater trade, the New York Jets are now armed with 3 top 100 picks in next year’s NFL Draft. With their franchise QB in tow, it is now time for Mike Maccagnan o turn their eyes towards filling the last major need this team has, and that is an edge rusher.
Some will argue that the Jets need a left tackle:, they do not seeing as how Kelvin Beachum is the starter with one year left under contract and has been fine when healthy. An injury can change that, but it’s not necessarily a need right now. Others will say that the team should prepare for life after James Carpenter but next year’s free agent offensive line class includes guards Mike Iupati, Andy Levitre, and Jonathan Cooper: I say that to say that it’s possible the Jets bring Carpenter back for one year because he’d be a top four guard available.
With that in mind, what if the team decides they don’t want to wait until next year to try and target Nick Bosa, Clelin Ferrell, or Josh Allen? These are six guys they can try and use their draft capital to acquire now to fill that long-unfilled need.