The New York Jets kick off their four game 2017 preseason this Saturday night at home against the Tennessee Titans. What matters this preseason? Let’s break it down…
Joe Caporoso with a 2017 preseason preview for the New York Jets
Announcing a new podcast for Turn On The Jets Digital: The Jet Take hosted by Ben Blessington and Kyle Fahey
New PLAJ Podcast: Scott Mason interviews former Hofstra All-American safety Doug Shanahan on his bid to make the 2002 New York Jets…
Scott Mason on the lack of rational thinking among New York Jets fans heading into the 2017 season
I hear voices. No, not voices in my head like a schizophrenic, but voice yelling and screaming about the 2017 New York Jets.
On one end, I am bombarded with people who think everything is a catastrophe. Hackenberg sucks, Maccagnan is an idiot, Woody must sell, Bowles is worse than Kotite, season tickets cost too much, Sam Darnold is going to stay in school to avoid the Jets.
You get the idea.
Joe Caporoso with a PrimeSport Turn On The Jets 12 Pack of observations on the New York Jets this August
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso and Dalbin Osorio talk about Quincy Enunwa injury, week 1 of the preseason and how the media covers Christian Hackenberg
Joe Caporoso and Dalbin Osorio talk about Quincy Enunwa’s injury (0:20), preview the first preseason game (7:50), give their opinions on Sheldon Richardson’s obsession with Brandon Marshall (15:53) and wrap by talking about how Christian Hackenberg is covered (20:00).
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The TOJ Roundtable discusses their expectations for the New York Jets preseason opener…
Joe Caporoso with initial reaction to the New York Jets losing Quincy Enunwa for the season
Initial thoughts on New York Jets WR Quincy Enunwa being out for the season…
Daniel Essen on the different routes Sheldon Richardson’s season can take and how it impacts the New York Jets
The storyline surrounding Sheldon Richardson is complicated, intriguing, and frustrating all in one. It’s a tangled web of many possibilities for Richardson and for the future of the Jets. Let’s take a look at where this could lead for both parties involved.
David Aitken on New York Jets fans opinions about tanking…
The Jets enter this year with arguably the least talented roster they’ve had in the past 20 years. Organizationally they are clearly prioritizing evaluating the youth of the roster over winning. The widely held expectation both in and out of the fan base is the Jets aren’t winning many games this year. How does a fan get enjoyment out of this?