New York Jets vs Washington: QB Report

Edward Gorelik breaks down the performance of the New York Jets quarterbacks against Washington…

The Washington game gave us a lot of information to unpack about the quarterbacks. A productive performance from Bryce Petty may have opened a competition between him and Geno Smith for the backup job. However, we’ve seen this story before with QBs like Matt Simms who beat up inferior competition. So how do we know if this is any different? The game will have the answers, as we go through each QB’s performance against the Redskins… Continue reading “New York Jets vs Washington: QB Report”

New York Jets vs Jaguars: QB Report

Edward Gorelik breaks down the performance of the Jets QBs in their preseason opener

The pre-season for the QBs is nearly cut and dry with Fitzpatrick being the expected starter and Geno being the backup. However, there’s still a potential for a battle between Petty and Geno for the second spot, as well as whether either player is on the roster at all come week 1. Throughout the pre-season, i’ll be looking at all four QBs to see where they’re all at.

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New York Jets: Geno Smith’s 2014 Stats In Context

Edward Gorelik breaks down Geno Smith’s 2014 season with context stats

We all knew it would come to this point. There’s no way to create an article about Ryan Fitzpatrick’s stats in context without also making one for Geno Smith. Well, now everyone’s getting their wish. It’s important to look at players within the context of their situation to separate their issues and strengths from their teams. While stats never tell the full story, adding a numerical value lets us remove the emotional highs and lows to fully process what occurred. It also allows us to quantify events in order to battle narratives and myths…

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New York Jets – What is Next for Jace Amaro?

David Aitken breaks down the film on New York Jets TE Jace Amaro and figures out where he fits in the 2016 offense

In the space of a year, 2014 2nd round pick Jace Amaro has gone from a potential breakout player to possible camp cut. Facing a make-or-break training camp, how and where can Amaro set himself apart from his competition on the New York Jets?

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New York Jets: Ryan Fitzpatrick’s 2015 Stats In Context

Edward Gorelik breaks down Ryan Fitzpatrick’s 2015 season

It’s impossible to evaluate anything in the NFL without understanding the situation, responsibilities, and expectations of a player within the context of their surroundings. Otherwise, it’s too easy to credit them for things they don’t actually do or blame them for things that aren’t on them to do. Ryan Fitzpatrick’s 2015 season came on one of the Jets most talented offensive rosters in their entire history…

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2016 NFL Draft – Charone Peake Scouting Report

Kevin Zielaznicki with a closing look at New York Jets 7th round pick, WR Charone Peake

Clemson has produced some very talented wide receivers over the past few years such as Sammy Watkins, DeAndre Hopkins and Martavis Bryant. The New York Jets are hoping the tradition continues with this year’s 7th round draft pick Charone Peake…

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New York Jets – Ryan Fitzpatrick Saga and Risk of Geno Smith

There is a narrative of incompetence that surrounds the New York Jets, particularly at the quarterback position. Even good Jets teams in the past have had a history of average quarterback play. Now that the Jets are actually coming off one of their best passing seasons in the last twenty years, the possibility of Fitzpatrick not returning has a “here we go again” feel to it…

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2016 NFL Draft – Connor Cook Scouting Report

David Aitken with a scouting report on Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook

The New York Jets continue to do pre-draft work on quarterbacks, and one prospect surprisingly receiving little attention is Michigan State’s Connor Cook. Here’s the breakdown of Cook the prospect, and how he may fit with the Jets. Check out more of our scouting reports right here…

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New York Jets – On Maccagnan’s Ryan Fitzpatrick Evaluation

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The staunch low-level evaluation of Ryan Fitzpatrick by Mike Maccagnan has raised some eyebrows, some skepticism, and even some fans ready to dust off the ol’ number 7 Geno Smith jersey. Are the Jets really ready to dig their heels in long term? I’ll explore some reasons why the Jets are wise to hold their stance, but also why some popularly mooted alternatives may not provide a comparable option in 2016…

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New York Jets Five Difficult Decisions: D’Brickashaw Ferguson Edition

David Aitken on how the New York Jets should handle D’Brickashaw Ferguson’s contract this off-season…

The second part of the Five Difficult Decisions series looks at one of the most reliable Jets of the past decade. Struggling the most he has since his rookie season, what should the Jets do with D’Brickashaw Ferguson and his enormous cap number?

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