Cole Patterson takes a look at how Bilal Powell will fit into the 2014 New York Jets offense.
Much has been made of the New York Jets new look backfield for 2014. Chris Ivory put together a strong 2013 season, pushing 4.6 yards per carry. Enter Chris Johnson: an explosive playmaker with an unbroken string of 1,000 yard seasons. This tandem was expected to provide a formidable one-two punch out of the backfield. But the Jets added an unforeseen piece to the puzzle this offseason when they listed Bilal Powell as a starter along with the aforementioned Ivory and Johnson. What does Powell offer as the third head of this three headed monster?
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Joe Caporoso speaks with New York Jets VP of Marketing and Fan Engagement Seth Rabinowitz
The New York Jets recently announced an online contest to determine who will lead the J-E-T-S chant throughout the 2014 season. We grabbed a few minutes with VP of Marketing and Fan Engagement Seth Rabinowitz to discuss the idea behind the contest and address any fan concerns. We included a fact sheet about the contest at the bottom of the article:
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Joe Malfa with a TOJ New York Jets link dump for August 13th, 2014
Joe Caporoso breaks down a few intriguing personnel groups and formations the New York Jets used against the Colts
The New York Jets displayed a handful of intriguing personnel groupings and formations in their pre-season debut against the Indianapolis Colts. While you don’t want to read too much into what you see in August, the plays still provide a general preview for how the Jets plan to use certain players. Let’s take a quick look at five of those formations and plays…
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Max Marcilla with a TOJ New York Jets link dump for August 12th
Joe Caporoso, Cole Patterson and Dalbin Osorio discuss the New York Jets cornerback situation and preview week 2 of the pre-season
The Turn On The Jets Podcast is back! Joe Caporoso, Dalbin Osorio and Cole Patterson discuss the New York Jets issues at cornerback and preview their upcoming pre-season game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Make sure to subscribe to our new YouTube channel at the link below and check back later in the week for the debut of our Xs and Os series, along with a few new highlight tapes to help kick the season off.
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Joe Caporoso predicts the New York Jets 53 man roster heading into week two of the pre-season
The New York Jets have one pre-season game in the books. It was a fairly good overall performance but the Sunday injuries to Dee Milliner and Dexter McDougle have thrown many into a frenzy. It sounds like Milliner should be back by week two at the latest and while McDougle was showing intriguing potential…he was still a third round rookie. Regardless, let’s reset our roster projection as the Jets prepare for the Cincinnati Bengals…
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TJ Rosenthal on the New York Jets rough Sunday practice and where they go from here…
TOJ New York Jets Link Dump – August 10th, 2014
Your New York Jets links for the day. Enjoy your Sunday and remember to tune into our Podcast at 7:30 tonight right here…
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Mike Donnelly of TurnOnTheJets critiques a column by Gary Myers of the Daily News calling for Michael Vick to start over Geno Smith for the New York Jets.
As we all know, the media coverage for our New York Jets can be insufferable at times. Sure, there are plenty of very good beat writers and columnists who do a great job covering the team, but too often they get overshadowed by the pure garbage that gets printed, which is a shame.
Speaking of garbage, Gary Myers wrote a column today! It was a doozy too, in which he discussed the Jets “quarterback controversy” while making his case for Michael Vick being the starter. At least, I think that was his premise, because the whole thing was a sloppy mess that ran off the rails pretty quickly. So grab a drink, sit down, and let’s analyze this…
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