Daniel Essien with a review of what franchise building strategies the New York Jets can learn from the Eagles Super Bowl run…
The Philadelphia Eagles lost an MVP front-runner to a season ending knee injury and somehow pulled together for a successful Super Bowl run. How does that sort of phenomenon happen? There’s a reason why they didn’t fold and it’s not magic. Every good team has checks and balances that help them overcome obstacles along the way. All teams are talented but not all teams piece together the right talent in terms of both players and coaches.
Dan Essien reviews the statistical objectives for the New York Jets in this past season…
As we head into the offseason, it’s always good to take a look at expectations from before the season to get a better idea of the road ahead. Before training camp started, we made statistical objectives for key players on offense and defense. We focused on the players whose contributions were most anticipated. A great deal of roster moves, injuries, and unexpected decisions affected these objectives throughout the year, even just before the regular season started. Let’s highlight a few key players which were able to meet and even exceed their objectives and those fell well short.
Daniel Essien with an evaluation of the New York Jets positional coaches in 2017
Our staff evaluations conclude with a look at positional coaches for the New York Jets. These coaches may often work in the shadows, but they have a huge influence on player growth and contribution. Usually, when a player makes a jump in productivity, or plays well beyond expectation, there’s a good position coach behind it. Let’s look at how the Jets’ positional coaches performed this season.
Daniel Essien with an evaluation of coordinators Kacy Rodgers and John Morton for the New York Jets…
Continuing our staff evaluations with a look at the New York Jets’ offensive and defensive coordinators. The Jets overhauled the much of their staff, including offensive coordinator Chan Gailey after last season. Of the few retained was defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers. Amongst the new hires was first time offensive coordinator John Morton, who was formerly the wide receiver coach for the New Orleans Saints. Let’s take a look at how they’ve done so far.
Daniel Essien with a #JetsTwitter Summary on the New York Jets week 16 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers…
After a loss to the New Orleans Saints, the Jets were back home for a week 16 game against the Los Angeles Chargers. With only two games remaining in the season, the Jets were hoping to grab win in their final home game at MetLife. Unfortunately, since the McCown’s injury, wins seem much further away. Here’s how it went with #JetsTwitter.
Daniel Essien with an evaluation of Todd Bowles’ job as Head Coach for the New York Jets…
As the Jets rebuild continues, it’s important that they take a detailed look at their front office and coaching staff to determine where there’s progress and where changes need to be made. Last week, we looked at Mike Maccagnan’s performance so far as GM of the New York Jets. Let’s continue early staff evaluations with head coach Todd Bowles.
Daniel Essien with an evaluation of Mike Maccagnan’s job as GM for the New York Jets…
The New York Jets are in the last quarter of the first season of what appears to be a complete rebuild. They’ve performed better than expected this season but still have tough decisions to make regarding the front office and the coaching staff. Let’s go through some of the decisions the Jets face going forward and how it can affect the team going forward. (more…)