Joe Caporoso with quick thoughts on the New York Jets three biggest internal free agents
With the NFL offseason already underway, people are already looking ahead to team’s Super Bowl 53 odds compared to their odds last season which this comparative tracker. Part of team’s decision making in the coming months will be which players on their 2017 roster who are currently free agents to bring back. The top three internal free agents for the New York Jets are Demario Davis, Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Morris Claiborne. Here are quick thoughts on the situation for each of them…
New PLAJ Podcast: Scott Mason talks with Darryl Slater, Connor Hughes, Joe Malfa and Daniel Essien on the New York Jets upcoming offseason…
Episode 57 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason interviews New York Jets beat writers Darryl Slater and Connor Hughes on what is going around the team and the upcoming offseason. He is then joined by Joe Malfa and Dan Essien of TOJ to discuss their thoughts and predictions for the team in 2018…
Joe Caporoso with a PrimeSport Turn On The Jets 12 Pack outlining a dream offseason for the New York Jets…
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Cody Emerson on pass rushers the New York Jets could target in the 2018 NFL Draft…
Throughout my New York Jets fandom, the offseason has been my Super Bowl. Hypothesizing about how Mike Tannenbaum, John Idzik or Mike Maccagnan will turn this team around is always a fun game. In the Rex Ryan era we were always an edge rusher and second corner away (LITO SHEPHERD YOU COST US THE GAME AGAINST THE COLTS!) from taking the next step as a defense.
I’d watch the Senior Bowl religiously as well as the combine seeing which edge rusher could help us because our interior line *elite*.
It was hours upon hours spent looking at how Brooks Reed three cone drill was historically good, Justin Houston’s off the field issues weren’t that serious, how Melvin Ingram’s height would not be an issue because he was so explosive, how Vic Beasley would prove to be a three down lineman despite his frame and Noah Spence was worth taking a shot on despite limited competition. In the end, the Jets would choose a 3-4 defensive end (three times) or an ILB over these players and here we are 10 years later still without an explosive edge rusher.
Joe Caporoso with a season ending edition of the Buffet, brought to you by Razer Sport!
Every Wednesday or Thursday during the NFL season, Joe Caporoso will break down the upcoming week of NFL action. Unfasten the belts and prepare to gorge on another weekend of fandom, fantasy, gambling, tweeting, cheering, complaining…and complaining.
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New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso talks with Charles McDonald of Football Outsiders and DC media personality Grant Paulsen on Kirk Cousins and the Jets offense moving forward…
Joe Caporoso talks with Charles McDonald about Kirk Cousins, John Morton and Jeremy Bates and is then joined by Grant Paulsen to discuss Cousins’ tenure with the Redskins and where he will sign this offseason…
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New PLAJ Podcast: Scott Mason and Kyle Smith break down Kirk Cousins 2017 season and preview the New York Jets offseason…
Episode 55 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason and Kyle Smith discuss Kirk Cousins 2017 season and preview the New York Jets offseason…
New TJT Podcast: Kyle Fahey and Ben Blessington break down the quarterbacks in the NFL Draft
Kyle Fahey and Ben Blessington start their positional breakdowns of the NFL Draft with everybody’s favorite position…quarterback! We are then joined by frequent caller Hakeem to talk offseason plans!
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Ben Blessington with part 1 of his offseason that will end the New York Jets playoff drought
After a somewhat promising 2017 season, the New York Jets will look to build on their positives in 2018. Despite starting a 39 year old QB, with holes all over the roster, the Jets suprisingly hung around in the playoff hunt until December. In a weak AFC, it’s not out of the realm of possibility that the Jets could be playing January football next year. Especially since GM Mike Maccagnan will likely have over 100 million dollars in cap space and 8 draft selections, including 3 premium picks (thank you Seattle), Maccagnan has a terrific opportunity to completely turn around the franchise and make a serious playoff run in 2018. Here is part 1 of a step by step analysis on what I think the Jets need to do over the next few months to make that dream a reality, and end the Jets 7 year playoff drought.
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…)