Turn On The Jets Film Room – New York Jets CB Darrin Walls

Mike O’Connor breaks down the film on New York Jets CB Darrin Walls in 2012. What can we expect from him this season?

When Darrelle Revis went down for the year in Week 3 of the 2012 season, the Jets were forced to look into the cornerback pool in search of depth to make up for his absence. Among their signings was former Falcons’ corner Darrin Walls to the practice squad. Very little was made of the move, but few could have predicted that Walls, the Notre Dame alum, would be playing significant snaps later in the season. Today, we step into the film room to take a closer look at how he played and what he could contribute in 2013. 

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TOJ Podcast Episode 9 – Former New York Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum

The Turn On The Jets Podcast featuring former New York Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum

Check out episode 9 of the Turn On The Jets Podcast featuring former New York Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum. We discussed a wide range of topics from Mark Sanchez’s contract, to the late round pick he was most proud of, and the logic behind the Stephen Hill and Demario Davis draft picks. Mike also talked about the Darrelle Revis trade and the potential of Muhammad Wilkerson and Quinton Coples long term.

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Turn On The Jets ‘Let It Go’ – Mark Sanchez Edition

Chris Gross kicks off a new series at Turn On The Jets: “Let It Go” – This week’s edition focusing on quarterback Mark Sanchez

As anyone who follows the New York Jets knows, whether it be closely or casually, there are certain topics that are repeatedly beat to death by the media, fan base, observers, etc. There are numerous issues that seem to be debated back and forth, over and over again, without either side making much progress for the sake of their argument. In this new series here at Turn On The Jets, we will touch upon the topics that fans, media members, and anyone who talks about this team, simply need to let go of. For our inaugural edition of this series, we take a look at why the Sanchez debate has become an enigma and simply needs to stop.

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New York Jets – Veteran Options At Running Back

Dalbin Osorio looks at veteran running back options for the New York Jets

With an injured hamstring hindering Chris Ivory’s ability to practice with the New York Jets, coupled with Mike Goodson’s disappearing act (seriously, would anyone be surprised if Mike Goodson turned up with the 14 seconds missing from the Watergate Tapes?) and Joe McKnight’s overall ineffectiveness. It is becoming clear the Jets may need to bring in some reinforcements at running back. Here is a look at five realistic options they can/should target at RB, either via free agency or trade, ranked in order from most likely to least likely. Let’s get to it. Continue reading “New York Jets – Veteran Options At Running Back”

No Huddle – New York Jets Pre-Season Go Time Edition

TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the New York Jets heading into week one of the pre-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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Training Camp Battles: Cornerback Power Rankings

Connor Rogers ranks the New York Jets cornerbacks based on their performance so far in training camp

Last week we took a pre-training camp glance at the cornerback competition and a lot has happened since. Let’s jump right into the action and see how the cornerback competition is shaping up in Cortland. Continue reading “Training Camp Battles: Cornerback Power Rankings”

New York Jets Green/White Scrimmage Recap

Quick recap of the New York Jets Green/White Scrimmage

A few quick hits recapping the New York Jets Green/White Scrimmage after the jump. Also an exciting reminder Turn On The Jets shirts are back on the market thanks to your to demand! Get ’em before they are gone. 

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Turn On The Jets 12 Pack – Green/White Scrimmage Edition

The Turn On The Jets 12 Pack preview the New York Jets Green/White Scrimmage tomorrow night

The Turn On The Jets 12 Pack is back to preview the New York Jets Green/White Scrimmage. A key marking point in many of the positional battles, particularly quarterback, this scrimmage is now at the point of having a sideline reporter and having play by play called for it…so cancel those Saturday night plans! What should you be on the lookout for? Crack open the 12 pack and find out (but first give us a follow on Facebook and Twitter)

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New York Jets – 2013 Schedule Presents Challenge

Dan Marcus on the challenges of the New York Jets 2013 schedule and the need for a fast start

Let me preface by saying that I understand the game is not played on paper and much can and will change between now and Week 1. That said, after pouring over the New York Jets regular season schedule, I had a difficult time conjuring up ways they could make a legitimate postseason run.

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New York Jets Therapy Sessions: Franchise Communication Disorder

Cole Patterson with a New York Jets Therapy Session on “Franchise Communication Disorder”

In “New York Jets Therapy Session” Cole Patterson examines a particular issue that the New York Jets face in a metaphorical therapy scenario. Treatments are prescribed from the perspective of a position of control with the franchise or through actions that have already been taken. Today’s edition focuses on “Franchise Communication Disorder” 

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