New TJT Podcast: Kyle and Ben are cautiously optimistic regarding the Draft countdown. They are joined by TOJ Founder Joe Caporoso to talk the New York Jets’ draft, free agency, and the upcoming season.
Kyle Fahey and Ben Blessington are cautiously optimistic regarding the Draft countdown. They are joined by TOJ Founder Joe Caporoso to talk the New York Jets’ draft, free agency, and the upcoming season.
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso and Chris Nimbley talk New York Jets draft rumors, fan expectations and 2018 projections…
Joe Caporoso talks with long time New York Jets beat writer Chris Nimbley on the latest rumors around the team heading into the NFL Draft and fan expectations heading into 2018. They also give their predictions for next week and the how the roster could shape up this season…
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Daniel Mosher looks at an edge rusher the New York Jets can target in each of the rounds of the 2018 NFL Draft
Daniel Mosher goes Round by Round to examine some potential edge rushing targets for the New York Jets in this year’s NFL Draft.
Joe Caporoso on navigating the smokescreens around the New York Jets intentions with the third overall pick
It has been exactly one month since the New York Jets traded three second round picks to move from #6 to #3 in the 2018 NFL Draft. As it stands today, the conventional wisdom appears to be the team will select Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield with the third overall pick, yet this is a new development. Let’s track coverage of the Jets intentions over the past month and see what expectations should be when April 26th FINALLY rolls around.
Joe Blewett with a film room breakdown of newly acquired New York Jets ILB Avery Williamson…
Joe Blewett with a film breakdown of new New York Jets inside linebacker Avery Williamson who was acquired from the Tennessee Titans this offseason…
Dalbin Osorio on why Josh Rosen should never “just shut up and throw”
“That’s just not me,” Josh Rosen says of the designer labels offered to him during an ESPN The Magazine shoot.
In a word: no. It is not him, just like him having to shut up and throw is not him. Josh Rosen, the best QB in this draft to this writer, has been heavily scrutinized more for what happens to him off the field than anything that could happen to him on the field. Before they even mention the 61% completion rate, they talk about the hat he wore to send a message on a golf course. Without discussing his two to one interception ratio, they rip apart his comments defending current Jacksonville Jaguar RB Leonard Fournette for not playing in a Bowl Game. Rosen openly talks about wanting to win multiple Super Bowls, and the retort becomes “he didn’t even win a Pac 12 title.” That is maybe the only time the criticism is kept on the field. You hear their tone though: less is more, they say, and Rosen needs to start giving less.
Dan Essien explores the effects of positional competition when it comes to player development in the NFL…
The New York Jets are in the process of rebuilding their roster. A key element to that is player development. One of the most underrated elements of player development in football is positional competition. It’s true that talent often rises to the top regardless of what’s around them. But an often overlooked potential accelerant to development is who’s making them better in the days between games. Typically the best help a player can get midweek is great coaching. But often its their teammates that drive them to get better. I’m not talking about players at the same position competing here, though. I’m talking about iron sharpening iron. Offensive players making defensive players better and visa versa. QB vs. secondary, safety vs. tight end, wide receiver vs. cornerback, etc. Let’s take a look at the role of counter-positional competition in player development.
Daniel Mosher with prospective cornerback targets for the New York Jets in rounds three through seven…
With just over two weeks until the NFL Draft, Daniel Mosher takes a look at potential cornerback’s the New York Jets can target in rounds three through seven.
Joe Caporoso breaks down the consensus top four quarterbacks in the 2018 NFL Draft and advocates for what the New York Jets should do with the third overall pick…
The New York Jets are on the cusp of making their most important draft pick since they moved up in the 2009 NFL Draft to select quarterback Mark Sanchez. Since Sanchez’s short lived, occasionally successful but ultimately failed brief Jets career, the team has not taken an offensive player in the first round of the NFL Draft and has taken timid, meager swings at fixing the most important position in sports. This offseason that will change when they take a quarterback with the third overall pick (yes, they are 100% taking quarterback). As it stands today, there are three names generally considered to be in the running for the selection. How should the Jets go about making their decision when taking a closer examination of the differentiating factors between these quarterbacks?
New STJ Podcast: Connor Rogers answers all of your questions about the New York Jets offseason and upcoming NFL Draft strategy…
Connor Rogers answers all of your submitted questions on the New York Jets 2018 NFL Draft strategy, offseason acquisitions to date and everything else about the current roster…
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