Michael Meegan previews the New York Jets week 6 opponent, the Los Angeles Chargers…
The Los Angeles Chargers will go into 2020 without Phillip Rivers as the starter for the first time in over 15 years. While they underachieved in 2019 the Chargers roster is still one that is loaded with talent. Week 6 the Jets make their first of 3 west coast trips this year to play the Chargers in LA.
Michael Meegan reviews the draft classes for the NFC West…
Michael Meegan with a review of the NFC West’s draft classes…
Michael Meegan breaks down the New York Jets week 5 opponent, the Arizona Cardinals
In 2019 the Arizona Cardinals got bold and replaced first year HC Steve Wilks and 2018 top ten pick Josh Rosen with former college head coach Kliff Kingsbury and Heisman trophy winner Kyler Murray.
While Arizona was deemed dysfunctional for hiring a college coach with a career losing record and going all in on a QB who is shorter than six feet, it turned out to be a masterstroke. Murray won Offensive Rookie of the Year and Kingsbury with limited personnel helped orchestrate the second best rushing attack in the NFL. In 2020 Arizona looked poised to build on the momentum built with Kingsbury and Murray in 2019 and looked to be one of the most exciting offenses going forward as they make their way to MetLife in week 5.
Michael Meegan with a closer look at the New York Jets week 4 opponent, the Denver Broncos
Like the New York Jets the Denver Broncos finished the 2019 season strong and are hoping some of that momentum carries over into 2020. Rookie Drew Lock started the final 5 games and the Broncos went 4-1 over that span as Lock is primed to be the guy they have been looking for since Peyton Manning retired. The Broncos come to Metlife on a short week as the two teams square off Week 4 on Thursday night football.
Michael Meegan looks at the New York Jets week 3 opponent, the Indianapolis Colts
The Indianapolis Colts looked poise to join the AFC elite going into the 2019 season. They were however rocked with the sudden news of QB Andrew Luck’s retirement just before the season and never recovered. They enlisted the help of aging veteran QB Phillip Rivers to see if he has one last ride in him for 2020. In Week 3 the Jets go to Indy as their brutal start to the season continues…
Michael Meegan breaks down the New York Jets week 2 opponent, the San Francisco 49ers…
The San Francisco 49ers finally put it all together in year 3 under Kyle Shanahan winning the NFC in dominating fashion. The 49ers look poised to break the hangover that often comes with a team that loses the Super Bowl the previous year. They make their way to the east coast in Week 2 of 2020 season for the Jets home opener.
Michael Meegan with an overview of the Buffalo Bills, the New York Jets week 1 opponent
With the departure of Tom Brady, the man who ruled the AFC East with an iron fist for almost two decades, the Buffalo Bills look the most ready to dethrone New England. Buffalo made the playoffs last year as a wild card and are looking to prove that it was not a one off. The Jets have to travel up to Buffalo Week 1 and get the return game not too far down the line in week 7…
Michael Meegan with a closer look at New York Jets OT George Fant
While it was rumored the New York Jets were a virtual lock to sign Jack Conklin, that did not happen and they pivoted to OT George Fant on a 3 year, 30 million-dollar deal. Effectively, it is a 1 year, 9-million-dollar deal as Fant is viewed as a perfect scheme fit for Adam Gase’s offense…
Michael Meegan with a closer look at New York Jets OG Greg Van Roten
Joe Douglas did everything he could to try to fix the Jets woeful offensive line this offseason. The Jets were unable to go after Joe Thuney after the Patriots franchise tagged him, so after this Douglas had to look for fallback options and one of those was NY native Greg Van Roten, who the team signed away from the Carolina Panthers…
Michael Meegan with a comparison between Sam Darnold and Josh Allen
Sam Darnold and Josh Allen will forever be linked as they were taken in the 2018 draft together and ended up going to division rivals the Jets and the Bills. Both have been inconsistent in the league thus far with exciting flashes that has led to each respective fan bases to post the same fave passes on Twitter with the caption “Who besides Mahomes does this?”
Jets fans do not think Allen is in the same class as Darnold and Bills fans feel the exact opposite. In reality they are both a lot closer then both fan bases care to admit…