Mike Nolan lists some of the players to keep an eye on in the Senior Bowl that the New York Jets could target on draft day.
After a long week of practices and interviews, the Senior Bowl finally takes place today. This “all-star” game is nothing like the NFL version as there is a lot at stake for the Seniors who were lucky enough to get invited to the game. Although it’s a year dominated by underclassmen, there is still some great talent the Jets organization and fans should be looking at in this game. Here is a list of eight guys on offense and eight guys on defense that we should keep a close eye on.
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This New York Jets Specific NFL Draft Rankings will enumerate and narrow down prospects who fit the Jets needs and scheme. The series will cover: receiver, tight end, guard, safeties, and cornerback. Some highly regarded prospects may be dropped down the list or left off altogether because of their poor fit with the team.
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Joe Caporoso on the New York Jets taking a pragmatic approach this off-season
Since there are no games this weekend (sorry Pro-Bowl), we are going to pass on our regular 12 Pack and do a quick overview on the Jets off-season approach instead. The 12 Pack will be back next Sunday with Super Bowl predictions and Jets observations.
For the first time since the off-season heading into the 2008 season, the New York Jets are flush with cap space (likely in the excess of 40+ million) and draft picks (8-12). This is both an exciting and encouraging thing for the further development of a young, ascending team who posted a relatively surprising 8-8 record in 2013. However, this type of financial and roster flexibility doesn’t need to lead into foolish overspending and shouldn’t have fans focused on “name” players who aren’t likely or smart targets.
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TJ Rosenthal goes Throwback Thursday on the Mud Bowl – The Jets heartbreaking loss in the 1983 AFC Championship Game
Thirty-One Years Ago Today, The Jets Super Dreams Died In The Mud
How could something like this happen? How could the Orange Bowl’s field have not been attended to during a monsoon in the days leading up to the big game? Thirty-one years ago today on January 23, 1983 the AFC Championship between the Jets and Dolphins in the strike shortened season of 1982 pitted the two bitter AFC East rivals. Who clashed under adverse field conditions that eventually did the Jets in.
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The TOJ Roundtable discusses what New York Jets are underrated heading into the 2013-2014 season
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 current New York Jets are the most underrated heading into the 2013-2014 season?
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New York Jets Playbook – Where we break down a successful play from last season and explain how it worked. Today: a 39 yard run by Bilal Powell on Zone Read
Welcome to a new series at Turn On The Jets called “New York Jets Playbook.” In this series, we are going to look at a successful play out of the Marty Mornhinweg or Rex Ryan playbook from last season and explain why it worked, in the hope that we will see similar production on similar plays next season.
Today we look at Bilal Powell breaking a 39 yard run against the Cleveland Browns in week 16.
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Connor Rogers runs over a few of his thoughts on the upcoming 2014 NFL free agency period.
The Super Bowl in New Jersey is approaching quickly, with a great match up between Denver and Seattle looming. The NFL’s wish as granted, as the two best regular season teams will be facing off in the championship. Storyline’s are aplenty from Richard Sherman’s post game interview to Peyton Manning chasing his second Super Bowl title. While the game is obviously the talk of the league, the Jets front office is currently dialing up a plan for free agency. Let’s run over a few different thoughts as the new league year gets closer and closer. Continue reading “Morning Cup of Coffee: NFL Free Agency Thoughts”
TOJ Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio previews who the New York Jets could target at Wide Receiver in Free Agency.
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 Wide Receivers. Check out our look at running backs from last week here.
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In our last meeting, the New York Jets Debate Club went back and forth on wether or not Rex Ryan is the man to lead the Jets going forward. Now, just over a month later, the Jets have extended Ryan. The deal tacks two years on to Rex’s remaining one, giving him three years (through 2016) to continue the work he began in ’09. The deal is “based heavily on incentives for post-season wins“. If Rex does not meet these incentives, he can be let go with minimal loss. If he does meet them, the team has him locked up for the near future. With this information in hand, we at Turn On the Jets present the New York Jets Debate Club, an argument/counter-argument format, to best expound the various cases. Dalbin Osorio will argue in favor of the Rex-tension and Cole Patterson will argue its pitfalls.
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TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on Championship Weekend and the New York Jets off-season
TJ Rosenthal kicks off another week of New York Jets coverage at Turn On The Jets with his weekly No Huddle – Make sure to give TJ a follow on Twitter on Turn On The Jets a follow on Facebook.
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