TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on giving the New York Jets and their recent decisions a fair chance
Six Sunday thoughts about the New York Jets offense
In honor of Cinco De Mayo, we decided to crank out a special Sunday six pack at Turn On The Jets…so sit back, open your Modelo, grab some guacamole and let’s talk about that New York Jets offense
Joe Caporoso steps into the film room and takes a closer look at Stephen Hill’s rookie year
Throughout the off-season we will step into the film room and provide a closer look at various players on the New York Jets roster. If there is a player in particular you’d like to see a review on, leave a note in the comment section or shoot us a Tweet with the hashtag #TOJFilmRoom
The New York Jets spent a 2nd round pick on wide receiver Stephen Hill in the 2012 NFL Draft. Possessing an elite combination of size (6-4, 215 pounds) and speed (4.36 forty time), Hill has immense physical potential as a NFL wide receiver but there were a few concerning things about him coming out of Georgia Tech.
The Turn On The Jets 12 Pack is back, ranking the anticipated impact of the new additions to the New York Jets roster
The Turn On The Jets 12 Pack is back after a mini-draft hiatus. While the New York beat has been collecting anonymous negative quotes on Geno Smith (we heard the Daily News has an exclusive with a scorned 7th grade friend of Geno, who is mad because he never shared his lunch money – SELFISH, PAMPERED, NOT READY FOR THESE BRIGHT LIGHTS!), we are gearing up for our off-season film breakdown of the Jets defense, draft picks and a few other ongoing series. Stay with us Jets fans! Make sure to follow on Twitter and Facebook as well. Today’s 12 Pack is going to rank the top 12 additions to the Jets 2013 roster in order of anticipated impact
Stop thinking the New York Jets play a traditional 3-4 and assigning players roles based on that conception
The New York Jets are generally referred to as a “3-4” defense. This description leads to people attempting to fit all their personnel into pre-conceived roles that lack flexibility. Once somebody is a defensive tackle, they have to be a space-eating two-gap player. Once somebody is an outside linebacker, they have to be in a 2-point stance, frequently lining up at the second level and consistently dropping into coverage.
This is of course a misconception and something we are going to dig into over the next few weeks here at Turn On The Jets. Using a combination of film breakdown and playbook access, our staff is going to explain the Jets defense to the best of our ability. We are going to go through the different personnel groups frequently used by Rex Ryan, discuss how certain players will be moved around, explain the different fronts, coverages and blitz packages and work to answer any questions you will have. Continue reading “New York Jets – Stop With 3-4 Labels”
Geno Smith is already receiving a warm welcome from the New York media and their anonymous sourcing
Today New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith decided to fire his agents at Select Sports. Players switch agents all the time but let’s look at how this story broke as a warm welcome to Geno from the New York media…
Looking at where the New York Jets still need to supplement their roster
Where aren’t additions needed, AMIRITE? Just kidding…Yes, the New York Jets are 32nd in ESPN’s “5 months before they actually play a real game” Power Rankings but of course we know that means nothing. The Jets have steadily improved arguably the league’s worst 2012 roster over the course of the off-season. You can make a very sensible argument that they are a bottom ten team on paper but fortunately the games aren’t played on paper. The Jets managed 6 wins last season with Mark Sanchez playing the worst football in the NFL at the quarterback position, Shonn Greene plodding around and Mardy Gilyard running routes on offense, while Bryan Thomas, Bart Scott and a severely banged up Sione Pouha took major reps on defense.
The roster is a work in progress but the progress is being made. Yet, there are still some depth charts holes that jump out in particular.
TJ Rosenthal on the Rex Ryan and the New York Jets adapting to a new style of football and organization
The simultaneous roster changes that marked Geno Smith’s arrival and Tim Tebow’s exit show that John Idzik’s Jets do not value ESPN cameras, newspaper headlines and jersey sales over the notion of putting pieces in place to win. The Jets never had a plan for Tebow beyond hoping and praying that his abilities could somehow find a functional place within a sixty minute game. Smith was drafted last week by Idzik to win a job now, and with the circus dwindling in size, the big question that remains is whether Rex Ryan and Mark Sanchez, the two notable Mike Tannenbaum-era pieces can survive the purge.
TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the New York Jets moving into a new era
A post NFL Draft retrospective on the status of the New York Jets
The dust has finally settled on the New York Jets draft weekend. Since Thursday night there have been eight additions to the team’s roster, including six draft picks. We will individually spend time in the film room to break down each draft selection in-depth (and Chris Ivory) in the coming weeks. However, let’s round everything up to cap off the weekend.