I am very excited to announce that coming this regular season, I will be hosting a weekly podcast centered around the dissection of the Jets’ opponent each week; featuring guests from the opposing perspective, in-depth looks into opposing teams’ strengths and weaknesses on film, compelling statistical nuggets, matchups to watch out for, and plenty more! To preview the show, each week leading up to the season I’ll recap the offseason of one of the Jets’ opponents; this week, we look at the rival Buffalo Bills.
Arthur Irwin on rookie minicamp for the New York Jets
O rookie minicamp do Jets começou essa semana, mais precisamente na sexta-feira e, claramente, o grande holofote estava sobre o QB Sam Darnold, draftado na esperança de se tornar o próximo QB franchise do Jets. Trata-se de um jogador bastante jovem, até mesmo para um rookie, ele tem apenas 20 anos de idade. Sam teve um baita segundo ano na USC (1° ano como titular) foram 246/366 passes, ou seja, 67,2% com 31 TD e apenas 9 int.
Joe Caporoso with a Turn On The Jets 12 Pack on the current state of the New York Jets roster after the 2018 NFL Draft
New TJT Podcast: Kyle and Ben discuss the Jets’ newest franchise QB Sam Darnold….
Sam’s the man! Kyle and Ben discuss Sam Darnold and how he will fit in to the New York Jets’ 2018 plans. In addition, we discuss the rest of Jets Draft haul and what they did not address. Will the Jets lack of O-line hurt Darnold’s development? Could the Jets look to the trade market for their pass rush? All of this and more as we are joined by great callers to break down their thoughts and answer their questions…
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso and Connor Rogers review the 2018 NFL Draft and the New York Jets haul of picks…
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Joe Caporoso on what to watch out for in the coming months as the NFL enters “quiet season” in this week’s BUFFET from RAZER SPORT
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Joe Caporoso on why the New York Jets should not be hesitant about playing Sam Darnold in 2018
It is common in sports to regurgitate a talking point that has frequently been used over a prolonged period of time. Sometimes certain truths hold but sometimes they become antiquated as a sport evolves. It is comfortable to rely on assumed “conventional thinking.” As this pertains to the New York Jets 2018 quarterback situation, it so easy to say the following it practically rolls off your tongue:
Sam Darnold is only 20 years old and has the perfect bridge and mentor quarterback to learn behind in Josh McCown. The Jets should not rush Darnold and ruin him, like they have previously ruined Geno Smith and Mark Sanchez by playing them prematurely. This city and media market will eat him up if he has any early struggles. Let Darnold sit on the bench for a year and learn behind McCown before potentially taking over in 2019…
It sounds good but it is incorrect. The New York Jets should have the mindset that their rookie quarterback, Sam Darnold, will be their starting quarterback in 2018 and should not shy away from believing this is the best possible thing for their franchise in the coming years.
New Draft SZN Podcast: Dalbin Osorio and Joe Malfa review the 2018 NFL Draft with Michael Nania…
Plus, Dalbin and Joe talk with Michael Nania to dissect the rookie free agents the team signed after the draft.
Draft SZN is part of the Turn On The Jets Digital Podcast Network.
Dominic DeAngelo on Sam Darnold’s personality being the perfect fit for the New York Jets
A guest post from Dominic DeAngelo, freelancer at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Send in your guest posts to JoeC@TurnOnTheJets.com…
Oh, I’ve been that guy. The one that wanted to see Mark Sanchez suit up in
the green and white despite his college coach telling him it was too early
to go the one that was rooting for Tim Tebow to get a few shots under center for that cup of coffee he was up in East Rutherford (or down if you factor in
his current Binghamton residence) and yes, I was that same person who
wanted gang green to roll the dice with Johnny Football.
Connor Rogers with grades for each of the New York Jets picks in the 2018 NFL Draft…
What a whirlwind draft week was, especially for the New York Jets. It was hard to imagine a scenario where Sam Darnold tumbled to three, but this is why it’s one of the more unpredictable events in all of sports.
Even without a second round selection, the team found value and remained active in the trade market. While these weren’t all household names, quite a few were favorites amongst the national draft media.
Let’s grade each pick the Jets made this year.