New York Jets – Mike Maccagnan Free Agency Evaluation

Joe Caporoso looks at the performance of the free agents Mike Maccagnan has signed to the New York Jets since taking over as GM…

After a debut offseason that merited him the NFL Executive of the Year Award, Mike Maccagnan struggled in year two with higher expectations and less cap flexibility, particularly when it came to free agency. We evaluated the performance of his draft picks over the past two years here. Today, we are going to look at his free agent and UDFA signings since becoming the team’s GM…

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PrimeSport Turn On The Jets 12 Pack – Offensive Woes Edition

Joe Caporoso with a Turn On The Jets 12 Pack on the New York Jets current offensive issues…

Welcome back to another edition of the Turn On The Jets 12 Pack, brought to you by PrimeSport, the official travel and hospitality partner of the New York Jets. Click the link for more info on the Jets official pregame tailgate party and for away game packages! 

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New York Jets – 10 Free Agent Targets Under 25

Mike McLaughlin with 10 free agents under 25 years old the New York Jets can target

General manager Mike Maccagnan has made it known that he likes drafting younger players. The thought is that such an individual might be farther from his ceiling than a 23-year-old, fifth-year senior. The article below takes the same philosophy but applies it to free agency. All of the possible targets are under 25. Players under that age but who seem destined to stay with their team such as Le’Veon Bell are not listed. Continue reading “New York Jets – 10 Free Agent Targets Under 25”

NFL Draft – 1st Round Production In Middle Rounds?

Joe Malfa looks at what players selected after round one in the NFL Draft could have a round one impact…

The Jets need to find first round production beyond the first round in order to make this a swift, successful rebuild. The Seahawks were able to do this from 2010 to 2012 and won a Super Bowl. Joe Malfa takes a look at potential fits for the Jets in rounds two and three that may produce as first rounders.

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New York Jets – Mike Maccagnan Draft Pick Evaluation

An overview of Mike Maccagnan’s draft picks for the New York Jets after two years as GM

It is generally premature to evaluate a draft class until after three seasons. However, it is a long offseason and it never hurts to take a step back to look at the big picture. Mike Maccagnan has made 13 draft picks since becoming the New York Jets GM. Here is an overview of their performance so far. (Note, this does not include UDFAs, which we will include when looking at his free agent signings next week).

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PrimeSport Turn On The Jets 12 Pack – The Jets Offseason Plan

Joe Caporoso with a Turn On The Jets 12 Pack on a proposed offseason strategy for the New York Jets

Welcome back to another edition of the Turn On The Jets 12 Pack, brought to you by PrimeSport, the official travel and hospitality partner of the New York Jets. Click the link for more info on the Jets official pregame tailgate party and for away game packages! 

Today, we are going to take a crack at an offseason strategy for the rebuilding 5-11 Jets. If you missed it, here is my latest at Barstool Sports

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New York Jets – Long Term Wide Receiver Strategy

Joe Caporoso on how the New York Jets should develop their group of receivers moving forward…

One of the few positions the New York Jets appear to be set at for the foreseeable future is wide receiver. However, that does not mean they do not face difficult decisions this offseason on how to manage the positional group in both the short and long term. What should the go forward strategy be for a team on the cusp of yet another rebuild?

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TOJ Podcast – New York Jets Wide Receiver Chatter/Divisional Picks

Joe Caporoso and Dalbin Osorio talk about how the Jets should handle their WRs this offseason, their less than exciting OC candidates and internal roster priorities for the Jets. They also give their weekend picks…

Joe Caporoso and Dalbin Osorio discuss how the New York Jets should handle their receiver group moving forward, their less than exciting Offensive Coordinator candidates and who their internal priorities should be on the current roster. They also give their Divisional Round picks. 

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How to Rebuild: Carolina Panthers 2011-2015 Edition

Daniel Essen on how the New York Jets can follow a rebuild model set forth by the Carolina Panthers…

In the previous edition, we looked at the Seattle Seahawks and what led up to their Super Bowl run in 2013. This time around, let’s take a look at how the Carolina Panthers went from going 2-14 in 2010 and firing everyone, to going to the Super Bowl in 2015. There are a few lessons that are directly relevant for the New York Jets.

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New York Jets Season Review: How Did We Get Here?

David Aitken on how the New York Jets got to their current state, as arguably the worst team in the NFL…

How do you reflect on what we just went through? The Jets were bad, arguably worse than record indicated, and the lack of progress feels depressing. A typical “grades and awards” type review isn’t necessary to tell anyone this. There’s no joy in naming a team MVP for the season when the best candidate literally admits that he had no choice but to play for himself. And peering into the crystal ball, there’s no guarantee any of this is going to get any better any time soon.

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