Tyson Rauch on the New York Jets ownership problem
It seems like just yesterday where fans of the New York Jets were expressing tremendous amounts of excitement over the signings of Le’Veon Bell and C.J. Mosley while plastering the new Gotham Green team logos all over social media. Even the 2019 draft class was receiving rave reviews from most, building up plenty of enthusiasm for the upcoming season. The New York Jets were making the crosstown rival Giants green with envy, such a refreshing change of events for the supporters of Gang Green.
Tyson Rauch on Mike Maccagnan having no excuses on being able to build a contender by this point in his tenure
As the clock winds down to the start of NFL free agency the expectations continue to skyrocket for the fans of the New York Jets. Their beloved team is armed with over $100 million dollars in cap space, which puts the organization in a position to compete for any player that is available. Now it is up to Jets’ general manager Mike Maccagnan and his staff to put actions behind their words and significantly increase the talent level of the roster. Anything less than a well-executed free agency plan is completely inexcusable, especially after enduring the last two years of a “true rebuild” which produced a barren roster. A legitimate “put up or shut up” period is ahead for Mikey Macc, with failure not an option if the team wants to be a playoff contender anytime soon.
Tyson Rauch on the New York Jets finding a Head Coach with previous experience
The New York Jets are less than a week away from finally terminating the contract of head coach Todd Bowles. The move, which should have been completed over a month ago, puts the team in a position to completely change the direction of their struggling franchise.
Tyson Rauch on recent commentary that New York Jets fans are to blame for the team’s problems
Following a historically bad loss to the Buffalo Bills the New York Jets are playing a familiar game: the blame game. It is almost like a rite of passage for the Jets organization as another season spirals out of control where there seems to be significantly more questions than answers for the franchise.
Heading into the 2018 season the expectations for the New York Jets weren’t very high as the team was willing to concede short term success in order to develop their 21-year old rookie quarterback. There would undoubtedly be highs and lows throughout the roller coaster ride of the season, but the growth and development of Sam Darnold is the primary focus of the organization.