Dylan Price breaks down the Jets’ new offensive coaching staff.
The New York Jets are beginning to fill out their staff underneath Robert Saleh. With Saleh coming from San Francisco, it was presumed he would be taking the Shanahan offense with him and his hires prove that. From an offensive guru, two veteran coaches and two emerging ones, the Jets are well equipped for the first time in a long time to have a competent offensive staff.
Dylan Price provides an overview of the 2021 NFL HC openings.
Today is a day synonymous with restarts for Multiple NFL franchises every year. This year, the Falcons, Lions, Texans, Chargers, Jaguars and Jets are all in the market for a new head coach. So, with 6 franchises now looking for head coaches, how do they fall in order of attractiveness for perspective candidates and where do the Jets rank on the list?
Dylan Price lays out a trade-back scenario for the New York Jets.
This mock draft is based on the premise of the Jets officially locking the second pick in the draft. They now have a plethora of options, but rather than unpatch every scenario, here is a route the Jets could go with the lone caveat being they had to trade down at #2.
Dylan Price with his 7 round mock for the New York Jets
As the Jets focus towards the future and with the success of Joe Douglas’s first draft class, I took a stab at my first mock of the 2021 Draft. So, here goes nothing.
Dylan Price on Sam Darnold vs. Trevor Lawrence
The Jets are sitting at 0-4 through the first quarter of the season. The team’s future looks bleak and they sit atop the draft order currently. With one of the most refined college prospects in history on the board, it’s time to address the elephant in the room. What would the Jets do?
Dylan Price on the New York Jets ownership problem…
Yes, Adam Gase is one of the worst, if not the worst coach in the league. Still, even though most of the poor play of the Jets early has been on Gase’s shoulders, and rightfully so, not all of it should be.
Dylan Price runs through the New York Jets current depth chart at wide receiver
The New York Jets entered last offseason with what some considered their most skilled receiver trio in recent memory. A year later, the group is nearly unrecognizable with lots of boom or bust potential. With no clear cut number one target, the Jets will count on young unproven commodities to step up. The group could be exactly what Sam Darnold needs to take a jump to the next level or the detriment that keeps the team tolling in mediocrity.
Dylan Price on the biggest beneficiaries of the New York Jets recent roster changes…
The Jets haven’t had a substantial presence inside the box like they had in Jamal Adams in a long time. With Adams gone, the presumed replacement was going to be C.J. Mosley. Mosley has flashed his interior presence in the past and it was expected his role would expand with a healthy campaign. Now, with his recent announcement he would opt out of this upcoming season, who will fill that presence?
Dylan Price dives into the current culture of the New York Jets
Last week prior to his trade, Jamal Adams granted the Daily News and exclusive in which he didn’t mince words on the state of the Jets franchise. From shots at the ownership, general manager and even coach, Adams let it all fly. All though Adams may be gone, the Jets floundering culture is a much more deeply rooted issue.
Dylan Price with a closer look at Josh Allen vs. Sam Darnold heading into the third year of the NFL careers
*Que Bruce Buffer*, “LET’S GET READY TO RUMBLE!”
In one corner, the third pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the kid from Cali, Sam Darnold. In the blue corner, the seventh selection in the 2018 draft, the other Cali kid, Josh Allen.