Dan Marcus goes Super Fast Friday to get you ready for Jets vs. Steelers
After what was wake-up call to the nation, that this team is not some bottom-feeding push-over, the Jets return home to take on the 0-4 Steelers, looking to set up a match-up for first place in the AFC East when the Patriots come to town this week. Oh and the Giants are 0-6, so there’s that. A lot has happened so here’s everything you need to know heading into Sunday’ s game:
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Week 6 of the Turn On The Jets Podcast previewing Jets vs. Steelers and featuring TJ Rosenthal and Chris Lopresti
TOJ Buying and selling all things New York Jets as they get ready to face the Pittsburgh Steelers
As we all know by now, the Jets sit at 3-2 after five weeks and are hosting the Pittsburgh Steelers this week in what is shaping up as a huge game. The Steelers may be winless, but they’re coming off a bye and are still a scary foe. If the Jets win, they could be playing the Patriots the following week with first place in the division on the line, which is still a little bit surreal to even think about. But let’s not look past the Steelers in what should definitely be a tight game and a great test for Geno Smith and his Jets. Let’s go ahead and do some buying and selling… Continue reading “TOJ Stock Watch: New York Jets vs. Steelers Edition”
With Damon Harrison playing so surprisingly well, the Jets may have some excellent trade value in Kenrick Ellis.
Value is such a wonderful thing, but it complicates a lot of situations when it comes to the NFL and NFL Draft. What can you get, what can you give, and how high is the risk? One proposal that I’ve been pondering lately has actually made sense to me more and more is the idea of John Idzik trading Kenrick Ellis.
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The TOJ staff debates how the New York Jets running back situation will shape up the rest of the season
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!
How do you see the New York Jets backfield shaping up the rest of the season, now that Chris Ivory, Mike Goodson and Bilal Powell are all back and healthy?
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Chris Celletti goes Throwback Thursday on Jets/Steelers, looking back at a 2003 showdown
Throwback Thursday is a feature at Turn On The Jets, where we take a stroll down Jets Memory Lane and reminisce about past great Jets games against the upcoming week’s opponent. (Word to be taken with an enormous grain of salt: “great”)
Let’s mix it up a bit. Things are good in JetLand right now. Why rain on the parade? Miserable, Francesa-calling Giants fans are already doing that, but let’s leave that to them and keep the positive vibes going here. When we look back at Jets-Steelers history, there is plenty of bad to choose from. The Steelers lead the all-time series 16-4, including playoffs. Out of the four Jets wins, only one of them only one was really important or impressive, during the 2010 regular season up in Heinz Field. But that’s not the one we’re going to concentrate on. This is, after all, TOJ Throwback Thursday.
Instead, let’s go back to Giants Stadium in December of 2003.
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