David Aitken breaks down the film on New York Jets TE Jace Amaro and figures out where he fits in the 2016 offense
In the space of a year, 2014 2nd round pick Jace Amaro has gone from a potential breakout player to possible camp cut. Facing a make-or-break training camp, how and where can Amaro set himself apart from his competition on the New York Jets?
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Joe Malfa with deep sleepers for 2015 New York Jets training camp
The New York Jets have officially wrapped up training camp in Cortland and only have one more preseason game left on the schedule. Starters will sit this one out, leaving a lot of youngsters and soon to be cuts to play all four quarters (the “puke” game).
Lets take a look at some of the stand outs from 2014 training camp by handing out the awards. Commence the ceremony!
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The Turn On The Jets Roundtable discusses who will be the biggest surprise to make the New York Jets final 53 and who the biggest surprise cut will be…
The Turn On The Jets Roundtable is back to debate issues surrounding the New York Jets. Make sure to give all of the writers a follow on Twitter and if there is a question you want to see us debate, leave it in the comment section!
Who do you think will be the biggest surprise to make the New York Jets roster this summer? Who will be the biggest surprise cut?
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Joe Caporoso with observations on the New York Jets running back situation
A handful of thoughts on the New York Jets collection of running backs for 2014. The position is deeper than it has been in recent years but how effective will the group be? Let us know your projections in the comment section below, on Twitter or Facebook…
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Joe Caporoso on training expectations for the New York Jets
With the New York Jets one month away from training camp, let’s take a look at a few things to expect when the action picks up in Cortland.
Disagree? Let’s hear it in the comment section, on Twitter or on Facebook.
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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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Connor Rogers ranks the New York Jets running backs heading into week 2 of the pre-season
The first preseason game has come and gone, showing us very little of what to expect from the New York Jets running backs. Chris Ivory, Joe McKnight, and Lex Hilliard did not play due to injuries. Mike Goodson’s GPS is still re-routing him as he struggles to find Cortland, which left the Jets with Bilal Powell, seventh round draft pick Tommy Bohanon, and mostly camp bodies to receive the bulk of carries. Let’s see how things are shaping up. Continue reading “New York Jets – Preseason Week 2 Running Back 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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Mike Donnelly with a Turn On The Jets Stock Watch previewing the New York Jets pre-season
Ahh, the start of NFL football, it is the most wonderful time of the year! Like little kids patiently waiting on Christmas Eve to open presents the next morning, New York Jets fans everywhere are giddy with anticipation as we prepare ourselves to open up our presents in a mere few hours and see what Santa brought us this football season. Will we open some shiny boxes and find our very own diamond in the rough like Victor Cruz this preseason (Ryan Spadola?), or will we get more lumps of Gholston (Vlad Ducasse)? Will Geno Smith shine as the latest in a long line of possible savior quarterbacks? Or will Mark Sanchez beat him out and try to bounce back from a disastrous 2012?
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