Joe Blewett with a film room breakdown of the New York Jets vs. Atlanta Falcons in week 1 of the preseason…
Joe Caporoso breaks down the film on the versatility of New York Jets receiver Quincy Enunwa
Quincy Enunwa was the New York Jets best offensive player in 2016. He unfortunately followed it by missing an entire year with a neck injury. Enunwa is expected to return 100% this training camp but will be coming back to a new Offensive Coordinator and a unit featuring two receivers who went over 800 yards last season, including rising star Robby Anderson, the team’s best offensive player in 2017. Fortunately for Enunwa, one of the strengths of his game is his versatility. Here is an overview the different roles he can play within an NFL offense…
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Joe Blewett with a TOJ New York Jets film room breakdown of New York Jets RB Isaiah Crowell…
Back with another film room breakdown, today focusing on newly acquired New York Jets RB Isiah Crowell. Don’t miss our recent breakdowns on Spencer Long, Jordan Jenkins and Brandon Shell… (more…)
Joe Blewett with a TOJ Film Room Breakdown of New York Jets center Spencer Long…
Joe Blewett with a film room breakdown of New York Jets OLB Jordan Jenkins
Back with another film review. Note that in an attempt to get the most player reviews done before the season (where ill start doing full game reviews), some players will be shorter form reviews. So instead of watching all 16 games I’ll strategically pick out 4/5 games to showcase both the players strengths and weaknesses.
Connor Rogers breaks down the potential of the New York Jets red zone offense…
The red zone offense.
It can often be the difference between ‘almost’ and ‘mission accomplished’ in the NFL.
How often are you finding yourself in the opposition’s 20 yard line? Are you efficient at converting those opportunities into six points when you get there? Do your points come from creativity, pure talent or both combined?
Joe Caporoso breaks down the film on Marcus Maye in coverage during his rookie season
New York Jets safety Marcus Maye had an encouraging, although inconsistent rookie season. Despite being a second round pick, usually cursed territory for the Jets, he started 16 games and finished playing over 95% of the team’s snaps. After a fast start, Maye struggled down the stretch but overall had the look of a player who could be Jamal Adams’ running mate for a prolonged period of time. Considering how much the Jets move Adams around the formation, they regularly counted on Maye to secure the back end of the defense in a traditional free safety role. Let’s take a quick look through Maye’s work in coverage last season…
Scott Mason talks to Joe Blewett to preview TOJ’s newest podcast TOJ Film Room with part 6 of an in-depth look at Sam Darnold’s 2017 USC film! Joe talks his conclusions about Sam Darnold based on watching his 2017 USC film, explains his overall strengths and weaknesses, and compares his film to the film of Baker Mayfield and Josh Rosen.
Episode 102 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason talks to Joe Blewett to preview TOJ’s newest podcast TOJ Film Room with part 6 of an in-depth look at Sam Darnold’s 2017 USC film!
Joe talks his conclusions about Sam Darnold based on watching his 2017 USC film, explains his overall strengths and weaknesses, and compares his film to the film of Baker Mayfield and Josh Rosen.
Connor Rogers with a closer look at New York Jets WR Chad Hansen and if he can make a year two “jump”
While the Jets have a very crowded wide receiver depth chart at the moment, it’s safe to assume Mike Maccagnan would like to see progress from each of the receivers he took in the 2017 NFL Draft in ArDarius Stewart and Chad Hansen.
Neither were particularly productive as rookies last season, but it’s not time to hit the panic button just yet on the former third and fourth round selections. What can they bring in 2018?
Let’s start with Hansen in this edition, who has wasted little time turning heads during OTA’s.