Defensive Rookie of the Year award winner Sheldon Richardson was already practically a star entering his sophomore year in the NFL. In a surprising change from his dominance as a pass rusher at Missouri, Richardson demolished running lanes as his primary strength as a rookie. In his second year, he has begun to flourish as a pass rusher. His performance this past week against the Vikings without Muhammad Wilkerson was a perfect demonstration of his strides in this area.
The New York Jets are rarely competent in the passing game. However, there were signs of a functional NFL offense against the Minnesota Vikings this past Sunday. Let’s look at two plays that worked, one to Percy Harvin and one to Eric Decker, likely the team’s two starting receivers in 2015.
Joe Caporoso and Dalbin Osorio answer your New York Jets questions and preview the team’s final three games in this week’s podcast. Among the topics covered:
- Why we don’t root for tanking
- Rex Ryan’s farewell
- Winston or Mariota?
- Is Amari Cooper worth a top five pick?
- Should Chris Johnson be brought back?
- Who the hell is going to be the quarterback next year?
TOJ Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio thanks New York Jets Head Coach Rex Ryan
Joe Malfa on who stays and goes for the New York Jets
TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the 2-11 New York Jets
Joe Caporoso on the New York Jets 30-24 overtime loss to the Minnesota Vikings
With New York Jets fans shifting their attention towards the NFL Draft, it’s time to break down what the offseason could bring. Inside the Green Room will be a weekly report covering the hottest topics circulating not only the Jets’ future, but national news in regards to the 2015 NFL Draft. Let’s get to work.