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New PLAJ Podcast: Scott Mason interviews New York Jets running back Thomas Jones on the 2009 season (part 1)
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso is joined by Danny Kelly of the The Ringer to discuss what the Jets can learn from the 2017 season, Jeremy Bates and Mike Maccagnan. Jared Tokarz (@NFLDraftInsider) then joins for an update on the NFL Draft
Joe Caporoso talks with Danny Kelly of The Ringer (2:46) about what the New York Jets can learn from the 2017 NFL season, Jeremy Bates and Mike Maccagnan’s future. He is then joined by Jared Tokarz (17:42) for an update on rumblings around the NFL Draft and to discuss who the Jets may target in the first round.
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Jared Wolff on five younger free agents the New York Jets should target this offseason
The New York Jets are going to be making upgrades in free agency this offseason. After a few cuts, the team will have upwards of $100 million to spend. General Manager Mike Maccagnan has three straight years of no postseason appearances under his belt and will not be afraid to spend. However, if the team is going to spend they should be focusing on younger players. (more…)
Michael Nania on three internal free agents the New York Jets should bring back in 2018
Most of the attention among New York Jets fans this offseason has gone towards the outside free agents the team should be targeting, and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that considering the porous roster they currently have. However, there are a few key pieces from 2017 that are set to hit the market as well. With the extreme amounts of dough Mike Maccagnan and the regime in Florham Park are set to have, they have the wiggle room to play smart in negotiations with their in-house talent. Here are the three they should focus on bringing back:
David Aitken with an offseason primer on the most important issues surrounding the New York Jets…
Joe Caporoso with quick thoughts on Mike Maccagnan’s draft picks through three years…
Since taking over as the team’s General Manager, Mike Maccagnan has drafted 22 players over three years for the New York Jets. Here is a quick overview of their overall performance to date. We will go more in-depth on many of these players in the offseason (not you, Jarvis Harrison).
With final cuts in the NFL happening yesterday, the Jets have a chance at almost a second draft. With a roster largely lacking in talent, waivers are a good chance to take a flier on some players that shook loose from other teams. Whether those players were blocked by proven vets in front of them of just didn’t catch on, here are some players the Jets would do well to claim with their high waiver priority. (more…)
The TOJ Roundtable discusses who they think the New York Jets starting quarterback will be in 2017 and how long they will hold the job for…
The TOJ Roundtable is back. Make sure to give everybody a follow on Twitter and to let us know your opinion down in the comment section below!
Who will be the New York Jets starting quarterback in 2017 and how long will they hold on to the job for?