Scott Mason talks to Darryl Slater of NJ Advance Media to report on all the latest Jets news live from the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis!
Episode 261 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 to report on all the latest Jets news live from the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis!
Darryl discusses all the latest news and notes involving the Jets including the Gase/Maccagnan press conference, Robby Anderson having a 2nd round tender placed on him, players the Jets met with at the combine, the latest buzz around the team and the NFL as we approach the draft and free agency, and more!
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Clayton Smarslok with five NFL Draft prospects the New York Jets could target who had the most to prove at the scouting combine…
There is still quite a bit of time until the draft is here but the NFL Combine will suffice, for now. As big as the event has become, people have been prone to move prospects too high and too low based off of one workout, myself included (i.e. Orlando Brown in 2018). What this event really does is confirm some of the questions some of these prospects have on tape or make you go back to see if the tape can confirm what you see in Indianapolis. Staying with Orlando Brown, when he performed poorly in the athletic drills last year, it should not have been a surprise.
He wasn’t successful at Oklahoma because he was an athletic freak, he was successful because of his smarts, good technique and length just to name a few reasons. So when people like myself moved him down the board, the one weekend got in our heads, which you cannot do. So don’t use these next few days to move your board around like crazy, let them answer questions. Here are some potential Jets targets that have those questions that need to be answered, whether it be in the first round or the middle rounds.
Daniel Mosher with a full first round mock for the 2018 NFL Draft…pre-combine edition
As NFL Draft prospects flood into Indianapolis for this weekend’s scouting combine, Dan Mosher serves up a full first round mock draft.
New Draft SZN Podcast: Dalbin Osorio and Jeff Lloyd are back to break down the 2018 NFL Draft class and discuss the upcoming NFL Scouting Combine…
Dalbin Osorio and Jeff Lloyd are back with a new episode of the Draft SZN Podcast! This week they give you a preview of the 2018 class and what to watch for in this week’s NFL Scouting Combine. Make sure to give them both a follow on Twitter and to subscribe on iTunes for more episodes…
NFL Draft Analyst Mike Nolan breaks down 2013 NFL Draft Prospect, Texas A&M Tackle Luke Joeckel
As we inch closer to this year’s NFL Draft, our draft team here at Turn On The Jets will be running a series of individual prospect evaluations. These scouting reports are intended to provide an in-depth breakdown of individual prospects in this year’s draft class highlighting players’ overall strengths, weaknesses, potential upside, red flags, and what their best schematic fit will be at the next level. Here we break down Texas A&M Tackle Luke Joeckel.
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With experts starting to reexamine who the best OG is in the NFL Draft, Mike Nolan takes a look at the film to break down Chance Warmack and Jonathan Cooper
In this post combine lull, a few draft prognosticators have gone on record to say that Jonathan Cooper is a better OG prospect than Chance Warmack. This is most likely due to Cooper’s excellent combine performance. Sometimes the combine can generate hype in the media that really isn’t prevalent in NFL War Rooms. Considering the Jets’ 2012 starting guards are currently unrestricted free agents and the team could be eyeing up a replacement as high as the 9th pick, let’s look at the tape to see who is really the better prospect. Continue reading “The Film Don’t Lie: Chance Warmack vs. Jonathan Cooper”
Chris Gross with the Turn On The Jets post combine 2013 NFL Mock Draft.
With the 2013 NFL Combine officially in the books, we are beginning to get a better idea of where prospects rank throughout the entire draft pool, as well as at their respective positions. The Franchise Tag deadline came and went on Monday, and with that, it is becoming slightly more feasible to identify team needs throughout the NFL. While these needs are subject to major change once the free agency period begins at the start of the new league year next week, let’s take a look at how the first round of this year’s draft could shake out, if it were to take place today. Continue reading “Turn On The Jets NFL Mock Draft 2.0”
Chris Gross with the latest Turn On The Jets 2013 NFL Big Board.
With one of the most crucial events of the pre draft process officially in the books, we bring you the latest edition to the Turn On The Jets 2013 NFL Draft Big Board. Certain players haven’t been helped or hurt by the combine, but as you’ll notice, some alarming results, both good and bad, have altered where certain players rank.
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Chris Gross with a recap of day 3 of the NFL Combine. Results and analysis from Monday’s tests in Indianapolis.
As the 2013 NFL Combine concludes at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis today, what have we learned so far? The quarterbacks, running backs, offensive lineman, and tight ends were impressive over the weekend. Many displayed impressive talents and skills, while some underwhelmed. Overall, it was a successful weekend for a good amount of prospects.
On Monday, we finally got to see some of the more physically gifted prospects test, the defensive line and linebacker groups. Some prospects greatly boosted their stocks. Others hurt themselves. Some leveled off and tested as many had expected. So who were the biggest winners and losers from Monday’s testing? Let’s take a look.
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Chris Gross recaps of Days 1 and 2 at the 2013 NFL Combine.
Saturday was officially the first say of the 2013 NFL Combine. Players grouped by position took to the field at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis to showcase their physical skills in front of countless NFL coaches, scouts, and front office personnel. Through Sunday night, Tight Ends, Quarterbacks, Running backs, and Wide Receivers have all completed their respective testing, and will now begin to train for their pro days and individual workouts as the next step of the draft process.
While we anticipate the remaining defensive players scheduled to test Monday and Tuesday to conclude the 2013 Combine, let’s take a look at what we learned over the weekend, while peeking ahead to Monday’s testing of defensive line and linebackers.
Continue reading “2013 NFL Combine: Day 2 Recap”