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Scott Mason talks to Darryl Slater of NJ Advance Media about all things Jets as we head into the opening game of the season against the Detroit Lions!
Episode 142 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason talks to Darryl Slater of NJ Advance Media about all things Jets as we head into the opening game of the season against the Detroit Lions!
Darryl discusses the latest Jets injury news surrounding Josh Martin, Marcus Maye, and Jermaine Kearse, what Jordan Jenkins had to say about the team’s failed pursuit of Khalil Mack, what Isaiah Crowell expects to be able to do against the Lions and throughout the season, whether or not Sam Darnold is being rushed into the starting role, how the Jets and Lions may attack each other’s opposing QBs, a semi-mindless prediction, a few classic TV references, & more!
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David Aitken with a primer for Jets vs. Browns…
Here are some quick hits to get primed for the Jets matchup in Cleveland…
David Aitken takes a closer look at the 4-9 Dallas Cowboys, the New York Jets week 15 opponent
The New York Jets take their first ever trip to Jerry World to play their second Thursday Night Football match-up of the season…on Saturday night. Since everybody loves hearing about the Cowboys win, lose or draw, here are five interesting topics that define the team’s recent past, present and future. Continue reading “New York Jets Opponent Spotlight: Dallas Cowboys”
David Aitken with an opponent spotlight on the New York Jets week 14 opponent, the Tennessee Titans
David Aitken with a closer
Give a welcome to our newest writer – David Aitken. For his debut article, he takes a closer look at the New York Jets week 13 opponent, the 5-6 New York Giants.
Mike O’Connor breaks down focus points for the New York Jets to beat the Buffalo Bills
The Bills are without their two top running backs in CJ Spiller and Fred Jackson, thus creating a massive drop-off in talent to Bryce Brown and Anthony Dixon. Buffalo fought on and won quite literally in walk-off fashion against the Vikings last week with a Sammy Watkins touchdown from Kyle Orton. With their opponents’ health ailing and the Jets having Percy Harvin in their weaponry now, Rex Ryan’s squad hasn’t had a better opportunity to win since week one.
This game is one of the simpler games to break down for the Jets this season with how the team’s strengths/weaknesses and injuries clash. Here are two focus areas for the Jets to bring the fanbase back to life with a win. Let’s get to it.
Connor Rogers breaks down how the Jets can contain the Denver Broncos passing attack.
The struggling New York Jets defense faces their biggest challenge of the season yet in a week six match up at home vs. Denver. 38 year old quarterback Peyton Manning is right at the top of the league in terms of passing yet again. Young weapons on Denver, like tight end Julius Thomas is in line for a career year.
So, how will the Jets contain the high powered Denver passing attack? Let’s take a look… Continue reading “Inside the Film Room: Containing Peyton Manning”
Joe Caporoso with 5 things to watch tonight as the New York Jets take on the Cincinnati Bengals
Five things to watch for tonight as the New York Jets take on the Cincinnati Bengals. Make sure to follow on Twitter during all the action!
The secondary grade sheet makes its valiant return this week, but unfortunately, it comes off of a week to forget in the Jets’ back end. The Jets secondary came to a crashing halt versus Andy Dalton and the Bengals last week, who managed to lose to the Dolphins last night (that says a LOT).