New York Jets Preseason – Final Roster Battles

Connor Rogers on the final roster battles heading into the New York Jets last pre-season game

While it has been a hectic week in New York Jets news (shocking), one of the more important topics has rarely been analyzed: the competitions for the final roster spots. Although the most important one will be left with unanswered questions in Geno Smith versus Mark Sanchez, some vital roles still need to be filled. In what has been a very average preseason in terms of team performance, the Jets have had some very unlikely players from the undrafted free agents to guys who were out of the league last year step up in limited playing time. Let’s breakdown the few roster battles that remain in the final upcoming preseason game: Continue reading “New York Jets Preseason – Final Roster Battles”

New York Jets – Wide Receiver Power Rankings – Halfway Point Edition

Connor Rogers with New York Jets Wide Receiver Power Rankings heading into week 3 of the pre-season

The second week of the preseason is complete and the New York Jets wide receiver power rankings are beginning to look more clear. While the back end of the receiver depth chart is still a shot in the dark, the front end is solidifying itself as many expected. Let’s dive in to the updated rankings

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New York Jets Chemistry Class: The QB-WR Bond

Cole Patterson on the developing chemistry of New York Jets quarterbacks and wide receivers

When talking about chemistry in football, one does not intend to conjure images of beakers, Bunsen burners, and covalent bonds. It is another kind of bond that is being addressed, the kind that is exemplified by the relationship between a quarterback and his favorite target. The New York Jets may have lucked out when drafting Geno Smith because of the rapid rapport that he seems to have developed with New York’s top targets.

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Turn On The Jets Stock Watch – Preseason Week 2

Mike Donnelly with a Turn On The Jets Stock Watch on the New York Jets heading into week 2 of the pre-season

As the Jets head into their second preseason game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, there are plenty of issues surrounding the team. First and foremost is obviously the quarterback situation, but that is far from the only position battle that will determine the success of the 2013 Jets. Let’s go ahead and do some more buying and selling of all things Jets.  Continue reading “Turn On The Jets Stock Watch – Preseason Week 2”

New York Jets QB Battle – Conspiracy Theories?

The conspiracy theorists are out about the New York Jets quarterback battle

Today Rex Ryan declined to name his starting quarterback for the New York Jets second pre-season game. The game isn’t until Saturday and rookie Geno Smith is still working back to 100% from a minor ankle injury, yet the conspiracy theorists are out. Rex and Marty Mornhinweg have gamed the system. The competition is over. The Jets didn’t even give Geno a fair look in Detroit. Mornhinweg basically admitted to it already, right?

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New York Jets Preseason Week 1 Running Back Film Breakdown

Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio breaks down the film of the New York Jets Running Backs from Week 1 of the NFL Preseason.

Dalbin Osorio has returned to the TOJ film room to break down the film of the New York Jets running backs from Week 1 of the NFL Preseason. Let’s get to it –

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New York Jets Training Camp – Tight End Power Rankings

Connor Rogers ranks the New York Jets tight ends based on training camp and pre-season performance

As the Jets entered Cortland, they had arguably one of the most questionable tight end units in the entire NFL. While their not fielding an All-Pr stocked unit, things are looking up after the first preseason game. With three new faces fighting for a spot on the roster at tight end, a former rugby player, a former wide out, and one of Sanchez’s high school teammates, the group is certainly packed with story lines. Let’s see how their stacking up with the pads on after week one of the preseason

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No Huddle – New York Jets Week 2 Pre-Season Prep Edition

TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the New York Jets preparation for the second week of the pre-season

TJ Rosenthal kicks off another week of New York Jets coverage at Turn On The Jets with his weekly No Huddle – Make sure to give TJ a follow on Twitter on Turn On The Jets a follow on Facebook.

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Turn On The Jets 12 Pack – Pre-Season Watch List Edition

The Turn On The Jets 12 Pack previews the New York Jets pre-season

New York Jets football is back. Make sure you are following us on Twitter and Facebook for updates throughout tonight and the entire season. Let’s crack open the 12 Pack, which focuses on what to watch for tonight and throughout the entire pre-season…

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TOJ Podcast Episode 9 – Former New York Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum

The Turn On The Jets Podcast featuring former New York Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum

Check out episode 9 of the Turn On The Jets Podcast featuring former New York Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum. We discussed a wide range of topics from Mark Sanchez’s contract, to the late round pick he was most proud of, and the logic behind the Stephen Hill and Demario Davis draft picks. Mike also talked about the Darrelle Revis trade and the potential of Muhammad Wilkerson and Quinton Coples long term.

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