Joe Caporoso breaks down the (horror) film on the New York Jets passing game in week 3…
WARNING: The following may be considered disturbing to some viewers. Please exercise caution when viewing the below GIFs and images which show what was an attempt at a NFL passing game on this previous Sunday between the New York Jets and Kansas City Chiefs.
Folks, I’ve seen Sanchez, McElroy and Lindley go toe to toe. I’ve seen the Geno Smtih/Marty Mornhinweg/David Nelson recreation offense. I’ve watched Brooks Bollinger in primetime. I saw Tom Tupa replace Vinney Testaverde and Rick Mirer replace Tupa. I witnessed the Quincy Carter games and Matt Simms playing. What transpired on Sunday was just as bad, if not worse than any of it. On to the #TAPE…
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Edward Gorelik breaks down Ryan Fitzpatrick’s context stats against the Buffalo Bills
Statistics let us remove emotional stimuli and focus on the hard truth of what happens. But we need to place statistics into their environment to gain context and understand what’s really happening. Fitzpatrick having 60% accuracy doesn’t tell you any real information, but 60% accuracy throwing against man coverage gives you something to work with. That’s the purpose of this season-long project. Continue reading “Context Stats – Ryan Fitzpatrick vs The Bills”
Joe Caporoso breaks down the film on the New York Jets passing game against the Buffalo Bills in week 2
The New York Jets put on one of their better aerial shows in recent memory this past Thursday against the Buffalo Bills. Let’s break down the few things that went wrong and all the beautiful things that went right against Rex Ryan’s steaming heap of trash defense. Check out last week’s breakdown here and let us know any questions in the comment section or over on Twitter. On to the #TAPE…
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Edward Gorelik breaks down the context stats for Ryan Fitzpatrick week 1 against the Cincinnati Bengals
Statistics let us to remove emotional stimuli and focus on the hard truth of what happens. But statistics aren’t always enough. It’s necessary to place statistics into context of their environment to understand what they are. 60% accuracy doesn’t tell you any real information, but 60% accuracy throwing against man coverage gives you something to work with. That’s the purpose of this season-long project.
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Joe Caporoso breaks down the New York Jets passing game in week 1 against the Cincinnati Bengals
Welcome back to our weekly New York Jets passing game breakdown, where we will review the strategy and output from their quarterback, pass catchers and offensive coordinator. Let’s dive into what went right…and what went very, very wrong in their week 1 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Questions? Leave them in the comment section or tweet them over.. On to the #TAPE…
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Edward Gorelik breaks down the film on New York Jets quarterback Christian Hackenberg against the New York Giants
Was anyone expecting to see Christian Hackenberg play against the New York Giants? I wasn’t. The Jets offense was anemic until Hackenberg came in and gave it one jolt of life. Literally just a single jolt, because one good drive was all he had in him; but that was better than every other QB on Saturday. Seeing as Hackenberg may be the Jets starter as soon as next year, we may as well overanalyze his introduction…
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Joe Caporoso breaks down three big plays from the New York Jets preseason debut against the Jacksonville Jaguars
A quick breakdown of three big plays in the passing game from the New York Jets 17-13 win in their preseason opener against the Jacksonville Jaguars…
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Joe Caporoso breaks down how the New York Jets offense could evolve in 2016
The New York Jets offense surprised many with their performance in 2015. Offensive Coordinator Chan Gailey deserves credit for getting the most out of career journeyman Ryan Fitzpatrick and a middling offensive line. How can Gailey continue to evolve the Jets offense this season so they do not take a step back in 2016?
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Joe Caporoso breaks down the film on New York Jets running back Bilal Powell
The New York Jets headline transaction at running back this offseason was signing Matt Forte, who should be a valuable addition to the offense. However, the decision to bring the perpetually underrated Bilal Powell back on a new contract may prove to be an equally or more important decision. Powell was one of the Jets most valuable players on offense last season, thanks to his versatility, vision and speed.
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Edward Gorelik breaks down Geno Smith’s 2014 season with context stats
We all knew it would come to this point. There’s no way to create an article about Ryan Fitzpatrick’s stats in context without also making one for Geno Smith. Well, now everyone’s getting their wish. It’s important to look at players within the context of their situation to separate their issues and strengths from their teams. While stats never tell the full story, adding a numerical value lets us remove the emotional highs and lows to fully process what occurred. It also allows us to quantify events in order to battle narratives and myths…
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