Welcome to AlCrotraz Island: New York Jets DB Cromartie’s 2012 Season

A detailed breakdown of New York Jets defensive back Antonio Cromartie after the Darrelle Revis injury

“He might have as much talent as any player I’ve ever been around at the corner position. He’s got everything. He’s got the size, the height, the length, the speed, the recovery speed, probably as good ball skills as any corner I’ve been around.”- Rex Ryan, at NFL owner’s meetings in 2010.

A 6’2, 210 pound cornerback out of Florida State goes in the first round, 19th overall, to the San Diego Chargers in 2006. This happens despite the cornerback missing his entire junior season after tearing his ACL during voluntary workouts. Said cornerback enters the NFL Draft after only playing 25 collegiate games and, a year removed from tearing his ACL, runs a 4.3 40 yard dash with a 42 inch vertical. During his second year in the NFL, the aforementioned cornerback becomes the first player ever to intercept future Hall of Fame QB Peyton Manning multiple times in a game, and set a franchise record for interceptions in a season with 10.

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New York Jets – A Closer Look At Tight End Kellen Winslow Jr

Dalbin Osorio breaks down New York Jets tight end Kellen Winslow Jr

Despite a report from the New York Jets beat, namely Rich Cimini and his unnamed sources that questioned the signing of a former first round pick, at a position the Jets are woefully thin at…we at TOJ felt it was time to give an unbiased view of Kellen Winslow Jr.

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Dennis Thurman & What He Brings to the New York Jets Coaching Staff

Dalbin Osorio breaks down what Dennis Thurman brings to the New York Jets coaching staff now that he’s the defensive coordinator.

After the departure of Manish’s mole Mike “It Is My Defense” Pettine this off-season, some consideration was given by the New York Jets and Rex Ryan to hire Rex’s twin Rob Ryan as the Jets Defensive Coordinator. However, Rex decided to promote from within and hand the job to secondary coach Dennis Thurman. Considering that Rex admitted himself that he hadn’t put his own stamp on the offense just yet, it was no surprise that continuity would be the name of the game on defense. Here’s what we can expect from Dennis Thurman this season, beginning with a look at Thurman as a player.

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New York Jets UDFA Profile – Rontez Miles DB

Dalbin Osorio breaks down New York Jets UDFA Rontez Miles strengths and weaknesses along with his chances of making the final roster.

Dalbin Osorio continues our breakdown of the New York Jets 2013 undrafted free agents with a look at safety Rontez Miles. Make sure to give a Dalbin a follow on Twitter and check out the rest of the series here –

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New York Jets UDFA Profile – KJ Stroud, WR

Dalbin Osorio breaks down New York Jets UDFA KJ Stroud, a wide receiver from Bethune Cookman

Dalbin Osorio continues our series of breaking down the New York Jets undrafted free agents, with a look at Keith Stroud from Bethune Cookman. Make sure to give Dalbin a follow on Twitter.

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New York Jets UDFA Profile – Marcus Davis WR

Dalbin Osorio breaks down New York Jets UDFA Marcus Davis, a wide receiver from Virginia Tech

Turn On The Jets will be breaking down all of the New York Jets undrafted free agents, first and second year roster players currently on the roster who you may not be that familiar with. New staff writer Dalbin Osorio continues the series with a look at Virginia Tech receiver Marcus Davis. Give Dalbin a follow on Twitter and a welcome to TOJ!

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