New writer John Hargaden with a New York Jets link dump for September 19th 2015
Looking ahead to Monday night, no one can say that the Jets have no shot to win against the Colts. Yes, the Colts got demolished against Buffalo. Yes they have a top QB in the league….SO WHAT? Most odd makers have the Colts as a seven point favorite which is too much in my opinion. The Colts could be missing a few key players on Monday including TY Hilton. This is going to be a much closer game than people realize. One of the key players on Monday will need to be Chris Ivory. Keep Andrew Luck off the field. If you have Chris Ivory on any on your fantasy teams, START HIM….You will thank me later. Follow me on Twitter: @johnhargz
Here are your Saturday links and make sure to check back later in the day for our week 2 fantasy preview, Jets UK Chronicles and more…
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AJ Sicignano breaks down the tape on New York Jets safety Marcus Gilchrist
Continuing to take closer looks at the players the Jets have added this off-season, AJ Sicignano dove into the film on a guy who many expect to be the new starting free safety this season in Marcus Gilchrist. Don’t miss his look at Buster Skrine and Erin Henderson… Continue reading “TOJ Film Room – New York Jets DB Marcus Gilchrist”
AJ Sicignano with a TOJ Film Room breakdown of New York Jets ILB Erin Henderson
AJ Sicignano steps into the TOJ Film Room today with a breakdown of newly signed New York Jets ILB Erin Henderson. Make sure to check out yesterday’s film room breakdown of Jets UDFA TE Wes Saxton right here. Continue reading “TOJ Film Room – New York Jets ILB Erin Henderson”
Joe Caporoso with a closer look at the much hyped 2015 New York Jets defense
There is an understandably high amount of anticipation for the 2015 New York Jets defense. Is this unit, under Todd Bowles and Kacy Rodgers, capable of being one of the league’s best?
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2015 New York Jets first round selection Leonard Williams was one of the more prolific players on the college football platform in 2014. Few expected him to be available past the top five picks, as he is regarded as a game changing defender who can step in the trenches instantly.
So what makes Williams so good? Where does he win? Does it all translate to the NFL, where offensive linemen will be longer, faster, and more athletic? Let’s take a look at the National University Holiday Bowl, the last game of Williams’ college career…
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Bob Scarinci looks at three NFL Draft targets who are flying under the radar: Breshad Perriman, Stephone Anthony and Javorius Allen
Sorry for the long delay folks, but we’re back with another edition of Under the Radar. This week we will take a look at three more prospects. The players in question are Breshad Perriman WR UCF, Stephone Anthony ILB Clemson, and RB Javorius “Buck” Allen from USC.
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Connor Rogers with a cup of coffee on New York Jets free agency and draft targets…
Happy Super Bowl day everyone! While many are looking forward to the food, drinks, commercials (and hopefully the actual game), I am officially in full off-season mode. With the coaching staff and much of the front office locked in, the Jets will begin to map out their free agency and NFL draft plans. So, let’s get into a brief preview of how it might play out… Continue reading “New York Jets Morning Cup of Coffee – Super Bowl XLIX Edition”
Connor Rogers goes inside the film room to break down Todd Bowles’ defense…
With a new, defense oriented head coach in place, the Jets will look to makeover a unit that allowed 24 or more points in 11 of their 16 games in 2014 (30 or more points in 6 games). So what does Todd Bowles scheme look like? How many different looks does he run? How did the Cardinals’ defense perform in key situations? Let’s take a look… Continue reading “Inside The Defensive Film Room – Todd Bowles Edition”
Coming off of a 38-3 blowout loss to the Buffalo Bills, the New York Jets have officially hit rock bottom in 2014. They are turning back to Geno Smith at quarterback and also giving some of the younger players more opportunities to play (unleash IK!). So what’s left to talk about with the Jets in the cellar of the AFC East? Well, a lot to be quite honest… Continue reading “New York Jets – Morning Cup of Coffee: Black Friday Edition”
After recent significant surges in playing time, Mike O’Connor analyzes the possible furtues of Jaiquawn Jarrett and Marcus Williams.
Even though the Jets still have their battles to face in a tough losing season, it’s hard not to think about the future of this team. With the vision of next year comes two players who have recently been depended on as starting defensive players: safety Jaiquawn Jarrett and rookie corner Marcus Williams.
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