TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the New York Jets eight straight loss. EIGHTH!
Joe Caporoso on the New York Jets eight straight loss, 24-10 to the Kansas City Chiefs
As we are accustomed to writing on Sundays, the New York Jets lost today. This time it was 24-10 to the Kanas City Chiefs, their eighth straight loss. Rex Ryan is now 23-34 since the beginning of 2011 and has 23 losses by 10 points or more. The Jets were relatively competitive but it never really felt like they were in position to make a move to win the game. Generally, despite a few standout performances it was the same somewhat unprepared, poorly organized and undermanned at certain positions team we have seen all season. The Jets are very much in the mix for the top pick in the NFL Draft, as there aren’t any of signs of a turnaround on the way…
Well, it’s come to this, huh? I guess none of us should be surprised with the fickle and downright crappy nature of most New York Jets fans that a campaign has sprouted up to raise $10,000 (that’s American dollars too) so that they could put up a Fire John Idzik billboard. That’s right, 10 grand for… a John Idzik billboard that nobody will give a crap about. And the insane part is that some people out there are actually donating their money to this! Well, before you open up your wallet and type in your credit card number on their little website to give them your money, do me a favor and read this first. Continue reading “Why the FireIdzik Campaign is Stupid + Week 9 Picks”
TOJ New York Jets Link Dump – November 2nd, 2014
Your New York Jets link dump for week 9 from Joe Malfa…
Joe Caporoso with 12 predictions for Jets vs. Chiefs and thoughts on playing out the string
The New York Jets are 1-7, which around this fan base usually means it is time to harass player’s wives off their Twitter accounts and start senseless billboard campaigns. CHECK AND CHECK! More seriously, can people stop fulfilling the stereotypes everybody has for Jets fans? Anyway, let’s look at the team as they begin to play out the string with a difficult road match-up in Kansas City…
Joe Caporoso with thoughts on how the New York Jets can move the football against the Kansas City Chiefs and what the offense will look like with Mike Vick
The New York Jets will have a new starting quarterback this Sunday, with Mike Vick taking over for Geno Smith. Instead of our normal passing game breakdown, let’s review the decision and look at how the Jets could potentially move the ball against a talented Kansas City Chiefs defense.
Dan Marcus on the franchise quarterback myth
Over the last decade the NFL has experienced a perfect storm of factors that have transformed the league into a passing/quarterback-driven league. With the advent of rule changes designed to make the game “safer,” coupled with the rise of fantasy football, the playing field has been slanted and skewed towards the offensive side of the ball, so that it is virtually impossible to win without a top-tier AKA “Franchise Quarterback.”
TOJ Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio grades New York Jets General Manager John Idzik
If you follow me on Twitter, you know that I’ve continued to lament that a GM needs more than a year and a half to fully implement their plan on a team. However, there’s been incessant talk on Jets GM John Idzik after his press conference yesterday. So, I’m going to grade his drafts, free agent signings, and trades. Here is the scale: A (All-Pro/Quality Starter) equals 4 points, B (Adequate Starter) equals 3 points, C (Contributor) equals 2 points, D (Negative impact) equals 1 point, and F (no impact) equals 0 points. Feel free to chime in in the comments. Let’s get to it.
Mike O’Connor grades out the New York Jets secondary over the first half of the season
If you hadn’t watched the New York Jets all season, you would likely not be surprised that the secondary has played poorly as a whole if you saw their 1-7 mid-season record. Injuries to Dee Milliner and Dexter McDougle set them back from the start, and serious regression from Antonio Allen and Dawan Landry has certainly not helped. The play of Darrin Walls and newcomer Philip Adams have saved the secondary from being as much of a wasteland as last season, but it still hasn’t been pretty. Here is where everybody stands at mid-season
Note – I won’t be grading Milliner due to his injuries
Joe Caporoso, Connor Rogers and Dalbin Osorio discuss the New York Jets quarterback position for the rest of 2014 and beyond
Brand new Turn On The Jets Podcast. In this week’s edition Joe Caporoso, Connor Rogers and Dalbin Osorio discuss the New York Jets quarterback position for the rest of 2014 and what the options are for next season and beyond. How would you handle quarterback position? Let us know below in the comment section!