Joe Caporoso looks at the prospective impact of Le’Veon Bell on the New York Jets offense
The most critical addition the New York Jets have made this offseason is running back Le’Veon Bell, who is the best rostered skill position player they have had since Curtis Martin graced the Meadowlands with his presence. How exactly can Bell improve one of the league’s worst offenses over the past few years and why is he so much more than just a running back? Let’s take a high level overview of what a unique improvement he will be in the Jets backfield over what Sam Darnold had to work with in 2018…
Joe Blewett breaks down the film on Florida State’s Brian Burns
Brian Burns – Taking a look at his strengths/weaknesses, best fit and overall prospect ranking. Then getting into film to show these strengths/weaknesses.
Joe Blewett breaks down the film on Ohio State’s Nick Bosa…
Film Room breakdown on Ohio State’s Nick Bosa. Don’t miss previous articles on Josh Allen and Quinnen Williams…
Joe Blewett breaks down the film on Alabama DL Quinnen Williams
The film breakdown of Alabama’s Quinnen Williams…
Joe Blewett breaks down the film on newly acquired New York Jets WR Jamison Crowder
The Jets’ first “big” move at a skill position during free agency was signing former Washington Redskins slot receiver Jamison Crowder to a 3 year 28.5 million dollar deal ($9.5 million per year) with $17 million in guaranteed money.
Scott Mason talks to TOJ Film Room’s Joe Blewett for an in-depth film review of Le’Veon Bell!
Episode 264 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason talks to TOJ Film Room’s Joe Blewett for an in-depth film review of Le’Veon Bell!
- Bell’s positives and negatives as a runner
- Bell’s positives and negatives as a receiver
- Bell’s positives and negatives as a blocker
- Based on the film, should the Jets go all-in to try to land Bell?
Joe Blewett with a film breakdown of Le’Veon Bell’s 2017 season with the Pittsburgh Steelers
Prior to the Le’Veon Bell film review I really wanted the Jets to sign Bell. After doing the review I REALLY, REALLY want the Jets to sign Bell. People are going to point to Bell’s injuries and the miles that he put on his tires (1,229 rushes, 312 receptions).
Injuries are typically going to be a concern with most running backs in the league. It’s something that fans have to realize. In fact, I doubt that many RB’s in the league have a clean bill of health five years and over 1,500 touches on their bodies. Something that has been thrown out there and has rung true throughout the last few years is that the Jets have a great medical staff. Examples range from guys like Laron Landry, Morris Claiborne, Kelvin Beachum, Henry Anderson etc. All guys who started their Jet careers with injury concerns but that concern rarely appeared while on the Jets. A full year off from football should also help Bell’s body recover from nagging injuries exponentially.
Joe Blewett with a full film breakdown of Adam Gase’s offense
First we will start with the article/wrap up of Gase and his offense with the film review to follow below. Prior to the Adam Gase hire I personally really, REALLY didn’t like the idea of him being the head coach of the Jets. My opinion on the subject was largely based on negative things I had heard about Gase’s offense as well as numerous the “off the field” issues that I’ll touch on later.
But as somebody who has been reviewing film for a few years now, I should have known better than to rely on someone else’s opinion and break down the film for myself.
And to that end, I have to say that after watching the film for myself, I was pleasantly surprised that Gase seems to have a strong mind for offense.
Joe Caporoso with a film review of Sam Darnold’s performance against the Houston Texans and other observations on the offense
After each game he starts we will focus on one positive play and one negative from San Darnold, explaining what happened and why (just one positive play this week…it is the holiday!). At the bottom of the article, I will also drop 5 extra observations on the team’s overall offensive performance (this week just focusing on Darnold). For further breakdowns of the film, make sure you are subscribed to us on YouTube.
Joe Caporoso breaks down the film on Sam Darnold against the Buffalo Bills and gives other offensive observations
After each game he starts we will focus on one positive play and one negative from San Darnold, explaining what happened and why. At the bottom of the article, I will also drop 5 extra observations on the team’s overall offensive performance. For further breakdowns of the film, make sure you are subscribed to us on YouTube.