Draft SZN Podcast: Dalbin Osorio, Dan Essien and Clayton Smarslok discuss round three targets, Josh Allen vs. Quinnen Williams and prospects of the week…
The Draft SZN Podcast is back! In the return episode, Dalbin Osorio, Dan Essien and Clayton Smarslok hit on the following topics:
- Round 1: Quinnen Williams vs. Josh Allen
- Round 2: Redraft one of Maccagnan’s 2nd round picks
- Round 3: Ideal targets for Jets in 2019
- Round 4-7: Prospects of the week
In episode 2, they discuss trade possibilities around Darron Lee and Leonard Williams, what player they want to see least in the AFC East, what Jets late round pick has the best chance of breaking out
Scott Mason talks to TOJ Film Room’s Joe Blewett for an in-depth film review of one of the top prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft, Alabama Defensive Lineman Quinnen Williams!
Episode 298 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason talks to TOJ Film Room’s Joe Blewett for an in-depth film review of one of the top prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft, Alabama Defensive Lineman Quinnen Williams!
- Williams’ positives and negatives as a pass rusher and run defender
- Williams’ instincts and football intelligence
- How Williams would fit in the Gregg Williams defense
- Based on the film, should the Jets consider drafting Williams at #3 overall if he is available?
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso answers your NFL Draft and new uniform questions sent in via Twitter
Joe Caporoso answers your NFL Draft and new uniform questions submitted in via Twitter…
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso and Connor Rogers talk everything 2019 NFL Draft
Joe Caporoso and Connor Rogers talk everything 2019 NFL Draft, including trade back partners, options at number three overall, Josh Allen vs. Quinnen Williams, mid round offensive line and tight end targets, how to fix the Jets offensive line and much, much more…
Joe Blewett with a film review of Kentucky edge Josh Allen…
Due to time constraints instead of writing articles I will just be posting list of strengths/weaknesses, best fit and overall ranking on board…
Joe Caporoso with a seven round mock draft for the New York Jets (1.0)
With April 1st here, we are deep in Mock Draft SZN. For yours truly, I am going to do a 1.0 and 2.0 version for all of the New York Jets picks and a full first round mock. The 2.0 version of this mock and the full first round mock will both drop shortly before the big night. I will also do a 1.0 version of my predictions for what I believe the Jets front office will do, which will differ from this mock draft (which is my personal preference). Finally, we’ll have our annual round one guide the day of the NFL Draft. Send your complaints to the moon (or to Twitter).
Clatyon Smarslok with a 2 round, post free agency mock draft
With April just a couple days away and the draft less than a month, it seems like no better time to put out one last two round mock draft. The draft is always a crapshoot and is literally impossible to predict, especially for us folk that don’t have ties with General Managers and scouts. Either way, I still love writing them and I believe you still love to read them because here you are.
The toughest thing about writing a mock draft is mixing up what you would do and what you’re hearing. For instance, I would not draft a quarterback first overall this year but I would be stupid not to put Kyler Murray there because that’s all we’ve been told for the last month-plus. So this will be exactly that, a mix of the two. This time there will be multiple trades and some noticeable names missing. As always, let me know what you think @CSmarsNFLDraft on Twitter!
Joe Caporoso with a Turn On The Jets 12 Pack of thoughts on the 2019 NFL Draft and New York Jets strategy around it…
Welcome back to another edition of the Turn On The Jets 12 Pack. Make sure to check out our store at The Loyalist! and to subscribe to the TOJ podcast (hit us with a rating!)
Dan Essien examines how the Jets can build their offensive line and take a big step to becoming a contender.
As we wrap up this season of the NFL, it’s a good time to recap the lessons the Jets have to take into next season in order to be successful. One of those lessons is that they have to make a concerted effort to build their offensive line. It’s not a position group that excites the casual fan. But a strong, disciplined offensive line might be the key to the Jets future. Let’s take a look at some of the teams that found success this season and where some team’s broke down to examine how the Jets can move forward.
Collin Spence rounds up who recent NFL mock drafts have the New York Jets selecting in the first round (2/10 edition)
A round up of who recent NFL mock drafts have the New York Jets selecting…