The New York Jets selected Brian Winters in the third round of the NFL Draft
With the 72nd pick in the NFL Draft the New York Jets selected Kent State Guard Brian Winters. In his offensive line rankings, staff writer Mike Nolan had this to say about Winters
Continue reading “New York Jets Select Offensive Guard Brian Winters”
The New York Jets selected West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith with the 39th overall pick
There is a never dull day. The New York Jets selected West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith with the 39th overall pick in the NFL Draft. Smith, who surprisingly fell out of the first round, was available for the taking and the Jets did not hesitate to grab their next starting quarterback.
Continue reading “New York Jets Take Geno Smith”
A few more thoughts on the New York Jets selection of Dee MIlliner and predictions for who they could target tonight
A few quick thoughts on the New York Jets selection of Alabama cornerback Dee Milliner with the 9th overall pick, along with a few predictions for tonight
Continue reading “New York Jets Draft – Dee Milliner Thoughts, Predictions For Tonight”
Initial reaction to the New York Jets selecting Dee Milliner and Sheldon Richardson in the first round
Are we so sure that Rex Ryan is a lame duck coach who has no influence in Florham Park anymore? Tonight felt an awful lot like many previous drafts with Rex Ryan as the head coach, as the New York Jets selected a defensive lineman in the first round for the third straight year and added a cornerback in the first round for the second time in three years.
Continue reading “Initial Reaction – New York Jets First Round Selections – DEFENSE!”
Joe Caporoso submits his only mock draft for the 2013 NFL Draft
I couldn’t let this NFL Draft season pass without at least getting one mock draft of my own in…bring on your ridicule! Continue reading “NFL Draft 2013 – Joe Caporoso’s First (And Last) Mock Draft”
Complete list of players to watch with the New York Jets early round selections.
With the NFL Draft a little over a day away, here is your complete list of players to watch with the New York Jets early round selections. Along with a ranking on a scale on 1-5 Tebows (SEO! SEO!) on how likely the Jets are to draft them in one man’s humble opinion.
Continue reading “NFL Draft 2013 – New York Jets 1st and 2nd Round Watch Guide”
The case for the New York jets drafting West Virginia wide receiver Tavon Austin
One of the most intriguing options for the New York Jets in the upcoming NFL Draft is West Virginia wide receiver Tavon Austin. Surprisingly there seems to be many Jets fans hesitant about using the 9th or 13th pick on him, despite him providing strong value at either location. Among the complaints I consistently hear about Austin are his lack of size, durability issues, a lack of need for him because of Jeremy Kerley being the team’s slot receiver and him not having the capability to be a lead playmaker on offense. These excuses to avoid Austin are misguided. The Jets offense is in desperate need for a player like Austin, who is a truly a “wow” player, something the Jets have lacked seemingly forever.
Continue reading “New York Jets Draft – The Case For Tavon Austin”
The Turn On The Jets staff has a live mock draft, follow right here or on Twitter
Joe Caporoso, Chris Gross, Mike Nolan and Mike Donnelly will be running live mock draft starting at 7PM tonight. Follow it right here.
Continue reading “Turn On The Jets Live Mock Draft”
Mike Donnelly breaks down what is left of the New York Jets cornerbacks post Darrelle Revis trade
Now that Jets fans have had a day to mourn the loss of the greatest defensive player in team history, it’s time to look forward and pick up the pieces that are still here. With perhaps the best defensive coach in the league running the show, and centerpieces like Mo Wilkerson, Quinton Coples, and Antonio Cromartie, the defense is still likely to be amongst the league’s best. But without Number 24 out there in the secondary, the cornerback position will look much different. Let’s take a look at where the position stands now, and how the team will go about trying to replace Mr. Revis. Continue reading “New York Jets – Looking Ahead to the 2013 Cornerbacks”
The New York Jets have traded Darrelle Revis
A long anticipated trade was finally acted on today as the New York Jets traded cornerback Darrelle Revis to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for a 2013 first rounder (13th overall) and a conditional 2014 fourth round pick that moves to a third rounder if Revis is still on Tampa on the 3rd league day of the 2014 season. Revis also signed a new 6 year, 96 million dollar contract with Tampa, which comes out to 16 million per year. However, none of the money is guaranteed. We have discussed our feelings on the potential of this trade previously (here, here, here, here and here among other places), but here is our thoughts now that the deal is confirmed and the compensation is known.
Continue reading “New York Jets Trade Darrelle Revis”