New York Jets Running 2017 Free Agency Blog – Day Two (3/10)

A running blog of day two of the NFL league year, tracking New York Jets news and updates…

Day two of the league year is here. Check out yesterday’s running blog and Scott Mason’s piece on Geno Smith…

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New York Jets: Offseason Do’s and Don’t’s

David Aitken on the DOs and DONTs for the New York Jets this offseason

The Jets have cleared plenty of cap space, and later this week we’ll see how they intend to spend it. The early signs point to ditching the “competitive rebuild” in favor of an approach that puts resources into getting better beyond 2017. Here’s what I would like to see in order to get the Jets back on track.

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TOJ 4 Quarters – Rebuild Begins For New York Jets

Dalbin Osorio goes four quarters on the New York Jets rebuilding in free agency…

With the league year set to begin and the New York Jets armed with cap space, ALOT of Jets fans are clamoring for the front office to throw money at the issues plaguing this team. Understand that this isn’t a one year fix, and I tend to laugh at people who simultaneously say “go pay Mike Glennon $18 million per, he’s young” and “we need to be careful about not just throwing money at mediocre players.”

The irony seems to be lost on some folks, and then its made even worse when the same fans say they’d prefer Glennon over Tyrod Taylor because of his age (spoiler alert: they’re the same age). Again, irony. Must be the whole #QuarterbackingWhileWhite thing. Or, and this is a conversation I’ve had with friends on numerous conversations, it is very possible that fans, like front offices, like their quarterbacks a certain way. If all things were equal, Mike Glennon wouldn’t see more money on the market than Taylor, Colin Kaepernick, Brian Hoyer, or Jay Cutler. Yet somehow he’s staring at an $18 million dollar payday.

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PrimeSport Turn On The Jets 12 Pack – Final Free Agency Thoughts Edition

Joe Caporoso with a Turn On The Jets 12 Pack of final free agency thoughts before the league year opens…

Welcome back to another edition of the Turn On The Jets 12 Pack, brought to you by PrimeSport, official sponsor of the New York Jets and the Big East Tournament. Grab your tickets to the 2017 Men’s Tournament right here

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TOJ Roundtable – Darrelle Revis Edition

The TOJ Roundtable gives their thoughts on the New York Jets releasing Darrelle Revis…

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!

Give a few thoughts on the New York Jets decision to release Darrelle Revis..

NICK MANGOLD EDITION HERE

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New York Jets Release Darrelle Revis

Joe Caporoso on the New York Jets release of Darrelle Revis

Shortly after reading our Turn On The Jets 12 Pack of March moves for the New York Jets, the team decided to release Darrelle Revis (we just had the wrong month). This was a no brainer move despite Revis’ status as one of the best players in franchise history. 

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PrimeSports Turn On The Jets 12 Pack – Jets March Moves Edition

Joe Caporoso with a PrimeSport Turn On The Jets 12 pack of March moves for the New York Jets….

Welcome back to another edition of the Turn On The Jets 12 Pack, brought to you by PrimeSport, official sponsor of the New York Jets and the Big East Tournament. Grab your tickets to the 2017 Men’s Tournament right here

Make sure you subscribe to our TOJ Podcast here and our Slight Work Podcast here. Tweet over  the name you used to review us on iTunes for a chance to win gear from Gotham City Crew!

Also make sure to subscribe to our soon to be launched NFL Draft centric podcast “Draft SZN,” first episode will be live on March 6th…

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FanSpeak: New York Jets Mock Offseason

Joe Malfa simulates a New York Jets mock offseason through FanSpeak…

With the start of the new league year less than two weeks away, Joe Malfa went through a simulated offseason on Fanspeak’s Ultimate GM….

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Positional Spending: Should Both Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker be Cut?

Michael McLaughlin on the New York Jets spending at the wide receiver position and how they should handle it this offseason…

Only four teams in the NFL have more of their 2017 cap dedicated to wide receivers than the New York Jets.  That begs the question, should a team in its current state dedicate so many resources to the position? Continue reading “Positional Spending: Should Both Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker be Cut?”

New York Jets – Success In 2017 Not Dependent On Playoff Appearance

Jake Benaquisto on what should be considered success for the New York Jets in 2017…

For Mike Maccagnan and Todd Bowles, the pressure to succeed in 2017 will be at an all time high after last season’s debacle. With a big offseason likely ahead, some may label this season as “Playoffs or Bust” for the Jets. However, with the team headed toward a complete rebuild, it would be unfair to judge the current regime based solely on wins in 2017. Here are three ways the Jets can succeed next season, even if they do not end up making the playoffs. Continue reading “New York Jets – Success In 2017 Not Dependent On Playoff Appearance”