We will dabble a little bit in the blame game for the New York Jets at times this week but for the most part we are going to stick to football. Ultimately, you can argue in circles about the coach, GM, personnel and owner but you have a few months per year to actually talk about what is happening on the field week to week, so we try to spend most of our time in August to December doing that. With that being said, here is a few suggestions for how the New York Jets can salvage their 1-4 start and play competitive football for the rest of 2014.
The New York Jets put on a pathetic display of football today in San Diego, losing 31-0. Statistically, this game is borderline incomprehensible, as their two quarterbacks combined to go 13/32 for 60 yards, their defense allowed 439 total yards, including 162 rushing (to San Diego’s 4th string running back!) and didn’t cross the 50 yard line until garbage time in the 4th quarter. On to the disaster scene…
Joe Malfa with a New York Jets link dump for week 5 2014
Joe Caporoso with a NimbleTV 12 Pack of predictions for Jets vs. Chargers
Mike Donnelly of TOJ gives his NFL Gambling advice and picks for week 5
The Jets are officially off to a 1-3 start after losing another close match up against an NFC North opponent. The Lions high octane passing attack seemed to get the best of the Jets defense, although the pressure from the front seven was present. Let’s take a look at the best and worst from week …
Joe Caporoso looks at the problems with the New York Jets passing game in week 4