Cole Patterson breaks down New York Jets undrafted free agent Mike Edwards, a cornerback from Hawaii
The Turn On The Jets film room breaks down tight end Jeff Cumberland. Can he be a capable full time starter for the New York Jets?
We are back in the film room at Turn On The Jets with a look today at presumptive starting tight Jeff Cumberland. Check out our recent previous breakdowns of Stephen Hill, Brian Winters, Mike Goodson, the Defensive Line and WIllie Colon.
Counting down the days until the Jets season starts with reasons to be excited for 2013…Santonio Holmes is back
Here at Turn On The Jets, we decided to take a page out of Robert Mays book over at Grantland (a polite way of saying rip his article idea off) by counting down the 115 days until the New York Jets kick off, with a daily reason to get excited about their return. Mays has the whole NFL to work with, we only have the Goddamn Jets…now there is a challenge, step your game up Mays!
We continue today with the return of Santonio Holmes (Note, you can track this entire series right here)
Can the New York Jets re-establish the “middle class” of their roster?
An essential part of any quality NFL roster is a well-established “middle class” of talent. These are the players who aren’t your headline names or playmakers nor are they bottom of the roster depth guys. Generally, they are competent starters and reserve players who are talented enough to be regular contributors without consistently hurting your team. In 2009 and 2010, the Jets had a wealth of these players. Yet as the roster deteriorated at the top and bottom, the middle suffered as well. A huge part of the Jets rebuilding process will be reestablishing this middle class of talent.
TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on lingering issues of the New York Jets off-season
Turn On The Jets interviews New York Jets rookie wide receiver Ryan Spadola
Turn On The Jets had the opportunity to interview New York Jets rookie wide receiver Ryan Spadola, an undrafted free agent from Lehigh. Check out our profile of him from a couple of weeks back as well.
Mike Donnelly projects the fantasy football value of the New York Jets skill position players
June has arrived and before we know it, we’ll be breaking down mini-camp, then training camp and then the preseason. We’ll turn around and then the Bucs will be in town to kick off the 2013 season with their hopefully less than 100% healthy star cornerback and we’ll all rejoice that another football season has arrived. But almost as importantly, while all these things are going on, it means that fantasy football season has arrived, and it is never too early to start preparing so you can earn bragging rights and humiliate your friends on the fantasy gridiron. Today we are going to take a look at the roster and see which New York Jets are going to be worth taking a look at come draft day, and which are, umm, not.
The Turn On The Jets 12 Pack looks at the top positional battles on the New York Jets roster and predicts winners
The Turn On The Jets 12 Pack is back and going through the top positional battles on the New York Jets this year, along with predicting a winner for each. Make sure you are following all our writers on Twitter and give TOJ a like on Facebook. Have a great weekend, Jets Nation!
Dalbin Osorio breaks down New York Jets UDFA KJ Stroud, a wide receiver from Bethune Cookman
Thoughts on the New York Jets signing wide receiver Obomanu and other notes from today’s OTA practice
The New York Jets made an intriguing signing today, bringing in former Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Ben Obomanu. Since coming into the league in 2007, Obomanu has racked up 87 receptions, 1,209 yards and 7 touchdowns. In 2011, he started 7 games for the Seahawks, finishing with 37 receptions for 436 yards. He was gradually bumped down the depth chart in 2012 and made an impact in only one game last year for Seattle, pulling in 3 catches for 50 yards against the San Francisco 49ers. It is worth noting, Obomanu does have 15 career post-season catches for 174 yards in four career games, so he has experience in big spots.