Episode 7 – The 2008 New York Jets With Kerry Rhodes, Part 2

New Play Like A Jet Podcast: Part 2 of Scott Mason’s interview with former New York Jets safety Kerry Rhodes on the 2008 Jets…

Episode 7 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason interviews former New York Jets safety Kerry Rhodes, on the 2008 New York Jets, playing with Brett Favre and Mike Tannenbaum’s spending spree. Part 1 is right here!  (more…)

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Pardon the Turbulence – Should The Jets Pursue Kirk Cousins?

Scott Mason and Dalbin Osorio debate if the New York Jets should sign Kirk Cousins after the 2017 season in this week’s “Pardon The Turbulence”

Dalbin Osorio and Scott Mason kick off our new series “Pardon The Turbulence” where they will debate issues around the New York Jets. Today’s debate…should the New York Jets pursue quarterback Kirk Cousins next offseason? 

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Episode 6 – The 2008 New York Jets With Kerry Rhodes, Part 1

New Play Like A Jet Podcast: Scott Mason interviews Kerry Rhodes on the 2008 New York Jets and playing under Eric Mangini…

Episode 6 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason interviews former New York Jets safety Kerry Rhodes, on the 2008 New York Jets, playing with Brett Favre and Mike Tannenbaum’s spending spree… (more…)

Episode 5 – The 1997 New York Jets With Adrian Murrell, Part 2

New PLAJ Podcast Episode: Scott Mason interviews Adrian Murrell on the 1997 New York Jets and the start of the Bill Parcells era

Episode 6 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason interviews former New York Jets RB Adrian Murrell, on the 1997 New York Jets and the beginning of the Bill Parcells era. Part 1 is available right here!

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Treaty of Hackenberg: Jets Fans Must Come Together In Pursuit of Common Goal

Scott Mason tries to broker the peace between New York Jets fans when it comes to Christian Hackenberg

There seems to be a bit of a Civil War brewing among Jets fans over the team’s 2016 second round pick, former PSU QB Christian Hackenberg.

Jets fans have had plenty of lively internal debates over the years, but it has been a while since I have seen so much friction between members of the fan base about a player who has never played in an NFL game before.  Even Geno Smith – controversial as his selection was – didn’t seem to engender this much friction among those who bleed green and white.

In case you haven’t been paying particularly close attention to the bones of contention between these factions of the gang green faithful, here is a quick Cliff Notes version of the four main groups when it comes to all things Christian Hackenberg: 

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Episode 2 – The 2011 New York Jets With Nicholas Dawidoff, Part 1

Episode 2 of the Play Like A Jet Podcast: Part 1 of Scott Mason’s interview with Nicholas Dawidoff, author of Collision Low Crossers, on the 2011 New York Jets and the beginning of the end of the Rex Ryan era

Episode 2 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason interviews Nicholas Dawidoff, author of Collision Low Crossers, on the 2011 New York Jets. This is part one of a three part interview on the beginning of the end of the Rex Ryan era. 

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New York Jets – Release of Harris & Decker Could Hurt In Future

Scott Mason on the New York Jets handling of David Harris and Eric Decker

What happened in Florham Park Tuesday may have ramifications far beyond 2017.

In case you missed it, the Jets released ILB David Harris and WR Eric Decker, two of their best players, but two veterans on a rebuilding team that is trending toward youth.

I get what the Jets are doing.  I just don’t get why they are doing it now.

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Episode 1 – The 1992 New York Jets With Rob Carpenter

Scott Mason hosts the premier episode of Play Like A Jet, featuring an interview with Rob Carpenter on the New York Jets 1992 season and how it could compare to this year’s team…

The premier episode of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason hosts and in episode 1 takes a deep dive on the New York Jets 1992 season with former Jet wide receiver Rob Carpenter. How does the 1992 team compare to the current team? 

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OTAs May Be Meaningless, But Pryor’s Absence Speaks Volumes

Scott Mason on Calvin Pryor’s decisions to skip New York Jets OTAs

The debut of our brand new podcast “Play Like A Jet” at Turn on the Jets Digital on June 2 is just one week away.  Each week we will be taking a look back at the biggest moments in Jets history.  This will include games, seasons, player’s careers, and other special events.  I’m excited to get started with the show and I look forward to getting your feedback on Twitter @playlikeajet1.

Make sure you tune in for the next edition of the TOJ podcast with Joe Caporoso and Dalbin Osorio for a major announcement on the first episode of “Play Like A Jet.”  Trust me, you DO NOT want to miss it!

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Back To The Future: What If Hackenberg Is Actually Good?

Our brand new podcast “Play Like A Jet” will debut at Turn on the Jets Digital on June 2 and each week we will be taking a look back at the biggest moments in Jets history.  This will include games, seasons, player’s careers, and other special events.  I’m excited to get started with the show and I look forward to getting your feedback on Twitter @playlikeajet1.

However, being that on “Play Like A Jet” we will be going back in time, I thought it might be fun to take a look into the future.  There has been an incredible amount of chatter in Jets fan circles about how the team is in shambles and is about to embark on a multiple year rebuilding project.

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