Scott Mason talks to Jets beat reporter Andy Vasquez of NorthJersey.com about the New York Jets 2020 offseason……..
Episode 552 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason talks to Jets beat reporter Andy Vasquez of NorthJersey.com about the New York Jets 2020 offseason……..
Andy shares his thoughts on Adam Gase’s first year as head coach, where Sam Darnold stands right now and reasonable expectations for him in the future, confidence level in ownership and the front office, how the team can improve in 2020, internal free agents, external free agents, and more!
Stephen Russo goes 1st and 10 on his final thoughts on the New York Jets 2019 season and what comes next…
I believe in Sam Darnold. Did he make some head-scratching throws this season? Sure. Did he continue to make mistakes that he made in his rookie year? Yes. Was his start on MNF against the Patriots awful? Absolutely! But he also made strides forward and bounced back from a difficult first half of the season for an impressive second half. He is a 22-year-old kid who has played 26 games in 2 years, and has overcome bad offensive lines, subpar coaching, and limited offensive weapons to improve in nearly all statistical categories, throw more touchdowns than interceptions in both years, and get himself to a winning record as a starting quarterback in 2019. That’s progress.
Michael Meegan with preliminary offensive free agent targets for the New York Jets this offseason
The New York Jets are projected to have around 55 million in cap space and with cuts that number could rise to 80 million.
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso and Dalbin Osorio discuss the transactions the New York Jets can make to reach the 2020 playoffs
Joe Caporoso and Dalbin Osorio discuss his latest article on the 20 transactions the New York Jets should make to make the 2020 playoffs…
Scott Mason talks to Emmy Award winning sports reporter Jamie Stuart of News 12 Long Island and Football Perspective Founder Chase Stuart about the New York Jets 2020 offseason……..
Episode 549 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason talks to Emmy Award winning sports reporter Jamie Stuart of News 12 Long Island and Football Perspective Founder Chase Stuart about the New York Jets 2020 offseason……..
Jamie and Chase share their thloughts on Adam Gase’s first year as head coach, where Sam Darnold stands right now and reasonable expectations for him in the future, confidence level in ownership and the front office, how the team can improve in 2020, internal free agents, external free agents, and more!
Joe Caporoso with his wild card weekend picks and a review of his 2019 New York Jets predictions
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Dalbin Osorio with 20 moves for the New York Jets to make the 2020 playoffs
The 2019 NFL regular season has, mercilessly, come to an end for the New York Football Jets. Now you will hear the spin of what a great year this really was from a group of beat writers that never really held the two men ultimately responsible for the abject failure that 2019 was (Mike Maccagnan then, Adam Gase now). The Jets had a splashy offseason by any objective measure, after they signed the best offensive and defensive players available. They allowed a below average general manager and a below average head coach to oversee their entire offseason, but there really is minimal need to dwell on that as much because the below average head coach got the below average general manager fired when he realized there could really only be one (kind of a reverse Sith operation, for all you Star Wars fans out there), and the Jets were able to save face by hiring a well respected up and comer named Joe Douglas for GM.
He was hired too late in the offseason to really make much of a difference, but he did make three moves that really paid off for this team by trading DE Leonard Williams for two draft picks, and trading for OG Alex Lewis and CB Nate Hairston. The two draft picks netted for Leo Williams should add more young talent to a roster absolutely devoid of it, while Lewis should start at one of the OG positions next year, and Hairston should compete for corner reps with Arthur Maulet to round out what can only be a better group in year two under Gregg Williams. He, also, brought in Braxton Berrios, who solidified the punt return unit and realistically should be good enough to be the 4th wide receiver on this team going forward.
Joe Belic with the five best and five worst things of the New York Jets 2019 season
There’s nothing more cliché than a scene in a movie when kids—in the backseat of a car—ask their parents, “are we there yet,” but no image best describes what the last nine years have been like for Jets fans. It’s like a ride that seems to have no end, and we’re all left wondering if the destination is upon us and when the fun will finally begin.