New York Jets – One Month Away NFL Draft Thoughts…

Cody Emerson with thoughts on the New York Jets draft plans, with only one month to go until the big weekend…

There are only 30 days left  until the NFL draft. What should you as a New York Jets fan be prepared for?  (more…)

New York Jets – What Is “Plan B?”

Cody Emerson with a “Plan B” for the New York Jets offseason if Kirk Cousins signs with the Minnesota Vikings…

In their State of the Union’ address at the combine, Todd Bowles and Mike Macagnnan said that they have several backup plans for their QB position. While Kirk Cousins is Plan A, there have been talks of a ‘Teddy Bridgewater/Josh McCown’ Plan B which is just gross. 

If the Jets miss out on Kirk Cousins here is my plan as to how the Jets can still steadily improve (more…)

Turn On The Jets Writers Mock Draft – Round 2

Last week several of the writers for TOJ held a first round mock draft live on the Draft SZN podcast. Since then we decided to do a full seven round mock continued from that first round, with eight TOJ writers being responsible for drafting for the teams in each of the eight NFL divisions. Here is how Round 2 went down. Continue reading “Turn On The Jets Writers Mock Draft – Round 2”

AFC East – Brady’s Dominance Has No End in Sight

Jake Benaquisto on Tom Brady’s continued dominance of the AFC East and NFL…

At the end of every football season, New York Jets fans such as myself wonder: Is this the year Tom Brady’s age shows and the New England Patriots regress? With Brady turning 40 in August, many could assume that his days as a great quarterback in the league are numbered. However, Super Bowl 51 was a clear indication that #12 will not be going away any time soon. Here is my recap from the Patriots’ performance in the Super Bowl and why it’s evidence that Brady will continue to be one of the league’s best quarterbacks… Continue reading “AFC East – Brady’s Dominance Has No End in Sight”

The AFC Playoff Picture & Predictions

Joe Caporoso breaks down the AFC playoff picture and gives predictions for how the rest of the season will finish out…

With the New York Jets one of the few teams already dead in the AFC playoff picture, let’s look at where the rest of the conference stands, give our predictions for how it shakes out along with our week 13 picks…

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New York Jets UDFA Breakdown – Doug Middleton

Kevin Zielaznicki breaks down New York Jets UDFA Doug Middleton

We continue our UDFA breakdowns with a closer look at defensive back Doug Middleton from Appalachian State…

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  • Name: Doug Middleton
  • School: Appalachian State
  • Position: DB
  • Height: 6’0″   
  • Weight: 210
  • Career Stats: 127 Tackles, 6 TFL, 4 INT

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New York Jets – Importance of 2013 Draft

Alex Kaczynski on the importance of the New York Jets 2013 draft class to this season…

2016 NFL Draft – Charone Peake Scouting Report

Kevin Zielaznicki with a closing look at New York Jets 7th round pick, WR Charone Peake

Clemson has produced some very talented wide receivers over the past few years such as Sammy Watkins, DeAndre Hopkins and Martavis Bryant. The New York Jets are hoping the tradition continues with this year’s 7th round draft pick Charone Peake…

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2016 NFL Draft – Joey Bosa Scouting Report

Kevin Zielaznicki with a scouting report on Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa

One of the most talked about prospects in the 2016 NFL Draft, Ohio State’s Joey Bosa has drawn comparisons to NFL stars like J.J. Watt and Jared Allen. Is he worthy of these comparisons? See the rest of our scouting reports here

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New York Jets Opponent Spotlight: Buffalo Bills

David Aitken breaks down the New York Jets week 17 opponent, the Buffalo Bills

With a win-and-in scenario in front of the Jets in Week 17, the only thing standing in the team’s way is former coach Rex Ryan and his Bills team that already beat the Jets earlier this year. For the Bills it has been a tough season of nearly’s, almost’s, soaring highs and crushing lows that are all too familiar. Below I’ll look at Buffalo’s main talking points including their role as spoiler, the good and the bad of Ryan’s first season impact, and what might be his last chance to get it right as a head coach next season.

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