Joe Caporoso with a Twitter mailbag of your most common offseason questions heading into 2018 free agency and the NFL Draft
Welcome to our first offseason mailbag. In these monthly articles, I am going to take an example of a common question I receive on Twitter and give a more fleshed out answer than I can give in 140…err, 280 characters. The focus of today’s questions are going to be on the quarterback position (WHAT ELSE?). Thanks for the interactions, as always.
New PLAJ Podcast: Scott Mason previews New York Jets free agency with ESPN’s Rich Cimini and then discusses analytics and Kirk Cousins with Edward Gorelik
Episode 47 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason discusses New York Jets free agency with ESPN’s Rich Cimini and then analytics and Kirk Cousins with Edward Gorelik…
The regular season is over for the New York Jets and we have to watch teams like the Tennessee Titans, Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs play underwhelming playing football on the AFC side of things. The Jets aren’t very far away from playing on this weekend. But before we can look forward, let’s back track to the best play of each game from both sides of the ball (with some honorable mentions thrown in).
Week 17 Recap: Another week of just barely missing perfection, as I went 4-1 against the spread. I was able to end the regular season on a positive note and my record improved to 50-34-1. The NFL playoffs are practically a holiday for degenerate gamblers such as myself, and I’m ready to dive into these Wild Card Weekend games.
Continue reading “NFL Best Bets Against the Spread – Wild Card Weekend Edition”
Daniel Essien with an evaluation of coordinators Kacy Rodgers and John Morton for the New York Jets…
Continuing our staff evaluations with a look at the New York Jets’ offensive and defensive coordinators. The Jets overhauled the much of their staff, including offensive coordinator Chan Gailey after last season. Of the few retained was defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers. Amongst the new hires was first time offensive coordinator John Morton, who was formerly the wide receiver coach for the New Orleans Saints. Let’s take a look at how they’ve done so far.
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso and Scott Mason wrap up the Jets 2017 season, debate Kirk Cousins and preview the offseason…
Joe Caporoso and Scott Mason wrap up on the New York Jets 2017 regular season, debate about Kirk Cousins and preview what to watch for early in the offseason.
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New PLAJ Podcast: Scott Mason with part 7 of his interview with Jets CB Marcus Coleman on the Monday Night Miracle…
Episode 46 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason’s interviews with former New York Jets cornerback Marcus Coleman, on the Monday Night Miracle. Part 1 is here! Part 2 is here! Part 3 is here! Part 4 is here! Part 5 is here! Part 6 is here!
Joe Caporoso with quick thoughts on Mike Maccagnan’s draft picks through three years…
Since taking over as the team’s General Manager, Mike Maccagnan has drafted 22 players over three years for the New York Jets. Here is a quick overview of their overall performance to date. We will go more in-depth on many of these players in the offseason (not you, Jarvis Harrison).
Jared Scherl with takeaways on the New York Jets 2017 season…
The New York Jets’ 2017 season was unsurprisingly, a disappointing one. Most called it a rebuilding season, and interim owner Christopher Johnson bluntly said he will not be judging the season on wins and losses. If the goal wasn’t to win a Super Bowl, then what was the goal? The answer was progress–specifically in the young players likely to be on the team for years to come. So did the Jets make the most out of their rebuilding season and discover the cornerstones of their roster for the future?