Joe Caporoso with a 12 pack of NFL and New York Jets thoughts heading into divisional weekend
TOJ Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio breaks down the 2014 free agent QBs that will be available for the New York Jets
With approximately $30-40 million in cap space, the New York Jets are pegged to be players when the new league year begins on March 3rd, 2013. Today, we look at free agent quarterbacks.
Connor Rogers brings you the morning cup of coffee, NFL draft edition.
With Florida State winning the National Championship over Auburn in a thriller Monday evening, NFL draft season is officially upon us. While the NFL playoffs continue on, many New York Jet fans are looking towards the draft in May. Let’s give the NFL draft season a warm welcome. Continue reading “Morning Cup of Coffee: A Welcome to Draft Season”
Staff writer Dalbin Osorio sits down with New York Jets starting running back Chris Ivory for an off-season interview
TOJ’s Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio got to interview New York Jets Running Back Chris Ivory at the XBox One Loft today. A big thank you to Marc Sousa for allowing us a chance to interview The Kraken.
The TOJ Roundtable discuses the Jets off-season priorities and who they should target
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!
What are the top three off-season priorities for the New York Jets and who should the team target at each spot?
MIKE ZAUN takes over the Turn On The Jets Podcast. Listen as New York’s number one talks about his beloved New York Jets
Joe Caporoso with initial thoughts on free agent wide receivers and the New York Jets likely to be back in 2014
One of the positions the New York Jets desperately need to upgrade at this off-season is wide receiver. There is a tremendously deep class of talented pass catchers in the NFL Draft, which we will get into heavily the next three months here at Turn On The Jets. However, I wanted to quickly review my thoughts on the current Jets receivers who will be back in 2014 and on potential free agent targets for the team. As always, leave your opinions down in the comment section or shoot them over on Twitter.
TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle with NFL and Jets thoughts after wild-card weekend
Frank Giasone grades out the New York Jets defensive line in week 17 and for the entire 2013 season
Sunday’s win over Miami in the 2013 season finale was a good one for Jets’ fans, players and coaches alike, as the offense put together one of its most impressive performances of the season, and the defense held the Dolphins to just seven points–a season best for New York.
And while the performance helped the Jets climb back to .500 in the final week of the season, the struggles up front persisted, as the production from the defensive line continued to deteriorate.
Mike Nolan takes a look at some of the 2014 Free Agents that the New York Jets should be scouting in the NFL playoffs.
It’s obvious that the New York Jets have some holes they need to fill if they want to get back to playing football in January. John Idzik has made it clear that his offseason mantra is to use free agency to fill those holes so that the Jets can take the best player available when it comes time to draft. I’m sure most Jets fans will be glued to the TV over the next few weeks despite their team not playing. Here are some potential free agents that the Pro Personnel Staff should be taking a closer look at throughout these playoffs at some positions of need.