TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the New York Jets after their bye week
Joe Caporoso with a deep dive on the New York Jets offense heading into the second half of the season
The New York Jets have put together a surprisingly productive nine games on offense this season. No, the statistical numbers aren’t impressive (11th in rushing yards, 26th in passing yards, 21st in total offense and 27th in points per game) but remember what their personnel is. This a team with a rookie second round quarterback, an extremely beat up and thin group of tight ends and receivers, a running back group that is just now rounding into shape and a slightly above average at best offensive line. When they’ve been bad, they’ve been really bad which has hurt their statistics but they answered the bell for 30 points in upset wins over Atlanta and New England, along with 27 points in last week’s upset over New Orleans. What have we seen so far and what can we expect over their final seven game playoff push?
Week 10 has arrived and I finally put together a great week last week, going 8-4-1 total. The week would have been even better had I put the article out on Sunday morning like I’m doing this week because then I would have been able to include two picks I changed my mind on with the Vikings and the Eagles. Oh well, I’ll still take the solid week and hopefully we can build on that going forward and end the season with a bang. I’m feeling pretty good about a few games this week, and others not so much. Let’s see how it goes… Continue reading “TOJ: Week 10 NFL Gambling Advice and Picks”
Joe Caporoso breaks down the tape on the Jets passing game in week 9 with a focus on Stephen Hill’s lack of production
Here is a review of the New York Jets passing game against the New Orleans Saints in week 9, with a focus on Stephen Hill’s lack of production. Make sure to check back later for a deep dive into the Jets offense heading into their final seven games.
With the Jets being on bye this week after a 5-4 start to the season, it’s time to look ahead to the second half of the season and start thinking about what we can expect going forward. As much fun as it is to point out how the Jets have already exceeded the expectations of all the “experts” out there, what’s even more fun is to look at some of the players on this roster and envision where this group is headed. So that’s exactly what I’m doing with this week’s Stock Watch: I’m rating the roster from top to bottom based on what I expect from them the rest of the season. Continue reading “TOJ Stock Watch: Ranking the New York Jets Roster”
Mike O’Connor once again took down snap counts of the Jets’ defense in Week Nine. Here’s his analysis.
New York Jets fans have a right to be confident all week because of how well the defense held up in last Sunday’s win over Drew Brees and the Saints’ high octane offense. Even in the midst of the joy of being over .500 and heading into a stretch of easier games, there’s always time to analyze what the Jets are doing with their chaotic defense. Here are this week’s detailed snap counts for Rex Ryan’s personnel (remember to scroll to Sheet Four, located at the bottom). Let’s take a closer look.
In the first episode of TOJ’s Sidelines Series, Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio provides his opinion on the Richie Incognito bullying story.
In this new series from TOJ, we will provide an opinion on an off the field issue taking place in the NFL. These opinions are from the individual authors and not Turn On The Jets as a site. The game we all love is played inside the sidelines 100 yards at a time, but the men standing on the sidelines and their actions are just as important. If there are any topics you’d like to read about from us, don’t hesitate to leave them in the comments. Welcome to Sidelines.
In this age of social media and social networking, the gift and the curse is that you get everyone’s opinions in 140 characters or less right away. Once the facts start pouring in, you’re able to then see people openly backtrack or go full steam ahead because their initial thoughts have now become fact. Twitter, especially, is the world’s largest open mic. It’s you in an empty room with the entire world observing you from above.
Frank Giasone grades out the Jets defensive line in week 9
On a day that saw the New York Jets earn what might be the most impressive win of the 2013 season, it was no surprise that the defensive put together what may be its best all-around performance of the season.
With the monumental task of stopping Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints’ high-powered offense looming (albeit not inside the comfort of their dome), this Jets defense appeared unfazed. Brees was harassed from start to finish in this Week 9 matchup at MetLife Stadium, and despite only finishing with two sacks, the Saints’ superstar QB was clearly rattled on his way to a 52.4 QB rating–his second worst rating of the 2013 season.
Every week Cole Patterson will break down the performance of the New York Jets tight ends. Here is his take on week seven.
The Jets were without starting tight ends Kellen Winslow Jr. and Jeff Cumberland against the Saints. While their absence was felt, a young hero stepped up off the bench. A film study on Zach Sudfeld’s rise to the starting line up after the jump…
The TOJ staff ranks the difficulty of the Jets remaining seven games
The Turn On The Jets Roundtable is back to debate issues surrounding the New York Jets. Make sure to give all of the writers a follow on Twitter and if there is a question you want to see us debate, leave it in the comment section!
Rank the difficulty of the Jets remaining seven games…