TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the New York Jets fifth straight loss
Joe Caporoso on the Jets 31-17 loss to the Denver Broncos
The New York Jets were much more the team we saw week 1-4 today, than the disgrace we saw in San Diego last Sunday. They hung with the Denver Broncos until the final minutes, ultimately losing 31-17 (thanks to a late pick six for the cover). There were positives and progress in some areas but this remains a team staring down the barrel at 1-6 with a short week to prepare for New England. Nobody wants to hear about moral victories in October but with the playoffs a remote possibility, the Jets will be playing for plenty of moral victories in the coming months…so get used it. Many will look to pin today on an individual scapegoat, which is lazy. This was a team loss in a competitive game to a top three team in the NFL.
Mike Donnelly of TOJ gives his NFL Gambling advice for week 6 and makes picks.
After Mike Florio had his best week of the season in Week 5, I thought about switching it up and finding a different horrible FOOTBALL GUY to fade for this week. The #FadeFlorio campaign hit a temporary snag as Mr. PFT went a very healthy 8-6-1 against the spread, while I stumbled with a 7-7-1 record and an atrocious 1-4 with my Best Bets. To make matters even worse, I lost my first teaser of the season, which sucked.
Joe Malfa with a New York Jets link dump and silver linings
With the way the last four weeks have played out, you’d be hard pressed to find any positives about the Jets. However, let’s take a broad look at things, and see if we can pull some positives…here are five silver linings to their rough start
Connor Rogers breaks down how the Jets can contain the Denver Broncos passing attack.
The struggling New York Jets defense faces their biggest challenge of the season yet in a week six match up at home vs. Denver. 38 year old quarterback Peyton Manning is right at the top of the league in terms of passing yet again. Young weapons on Denver, like tight end Julius Thomas is in line for a career year.
So, how will the Jets contain the high powered Denver passing attack? Let’s take a look… Continue reading “Inside the Film Room: Containing Peyton Manning”
Dan Marcus goes Super Fast to preview Jets vs. Broncos
Well, here we are and all of our worst nightmares are on the precipice of being realized as Murphy’s Law, (which should probably be renamed the Jets Postulate) feels as though it is in full force. Everything that could possibly go wrong is on the verge of doing so and this season is slipping away fast. Staring down the barrel of a potential 1-6 start, a midst what I like to describe as “tabloid controversies,” need to pick themselves up off the deck if they have any shot of making this a competitive or meaningful season. That said, here’s everything you need to know for Sunday
Cole Patterson zeros in on the New York Jets best option at tight end, Jace Amaro.
Normally, in this post, I go over the individual performances of the New York Jets tight ends: Jeff Cumberland, Jace Amaro, and Zach Sudfeld. If you’ve been keeping track or following my grade sheets you’ll know that, to this point in the season, the tight ends have been making little to no impact on paper. In fact, outside of dropping a few balls and whiffing a few key blocks, you may not even know they were on the field. Save one that is, enter: Jace Amaro.
Joe Caporoso with thoughts on the New York Jets match-up with the Denver Broncos and 12 predictions for Sunday
Time for a NimbleTV Turn On The Jets 12 Pack. Looking for somewhere new to yell at your TV screen when watching the Jets? Sign up for NimbleTV and see the game wherever you travel. On to the predictions, preceded by a few thoughts on the Jets match-up with the Broncos.
Mike O’Connor takes on the unenviable task of breaking down the Jets secondary against the San Diego Chargers
Another week, another load of secondary film to watch and cringe. I had faith in this unit before the season, but injuries and a drastic drop-off in safety play has made this, well, not a good time. Last Sunday’s bomb dropped by the Chargers was definitely the most painful one of the season so far, and that’s saying a lot after sitting through the second half versus Green Bay.
Dalbin Osorio grades out the New York Jets running backs
The New York Jets running backs, like the rest of the team, turned in a pretty dismal performance on Sunday against the Chargers. There was plenty of blame to go around, as the offensive line repeatedly got beat off their blocks, the running backs weren’t utilized correctly, and they didn’t make the most of their opportunities when they were used correctly. Let’s get to the numbers, and then we’ll focus on the analysis.