Jake Benaquisto on Tom Brady’s continued dominance of the AFC East and NFL…
At the end of every football season, New York Jets fans such as myself wonder: Is this the year Tom Brady’s age shows and the New England Patriots regress? With Brady turning 40 in August, many could assume that his days as a great quarterback in the league are numbered. However, Super Bowl 51 was a clear indication that #12 will not be going away any time soon. Here is my recap from the Patriots’ performance in the Super Bowl and why it’s evidence that Brady will continue to be one of the league’s best quarterbacks… Continue reading “AFC East – Brady’s Dominance Has No End in Sight”
Joe Caporoso breaks down the AFC playoff picture and gives predictions for how the rest of the season will finish out…
With the New York Jets one of the few teams already dead in the AFC playoff picture, let’s look at where the rest of the conference stands, give our predictions for how it shakes out along with our week 13 picks…
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TOJ Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio returns to the sidelines to explain what the Brady suspension means for the New York Jets
“NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has upheld Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for violating the league’s policy on integrity of the game, the league announced Tuesday.”
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Joe Caporoso of Turn On The Jets and Mike Dussault of Pats Propaganda talk New York Jets and New England Patriots…
A conversation with our good friend Mike Dussault of Pats Propaganda previewing the New York Jets and New England Patriots for 2015. Make sure to give Mike a follow!
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Joe Caporoso and Chris Trapasso of NFL.com talk New York Jets and Buffalo Bills expectations in the 2015 AFC East
The AFC East should be more competitive than it has been for years. To help preview what to expect, Joe Caporoso had a conversation on the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills with Chris Trapasso, Bills columnist and NFL.com homepage editor.
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Joe Caporoso with a look at how recent AFC East moves will impact the New York Jets off-season
A few thoughts on recent moves in the AFC East and how they will impact the New York Jets off-season. Make sure to tune at 8:30PM tonight for our free agency preview podcast, call in number is 347-215-8903.
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Frank Giasone breaks down the tape on the Jets defensive line in week 12
With each Jets loss this season, I find myself sitting down at my computer and harping on the fact that the Jets’ pass rush was once again essentially sabotaged by the declining play of the secondary. It’s become a pretty regular occurrence this season, as opposing offenses have adjusted their game plans to limit the Jets pass rushing opportunities.
And while it wasn’t as prominent in Sunday’s loss at Baltimore as it has been in other losses this season, the issue did rear its head in a couple of extremely unfortunate situations.
So instead of just talking about it again this week, I figured it best to actually show it.
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The New York Jets, fresh off of their bye week, head to Orchard Park to take on the Buffalo Bills. The Jets actually had a very productive bye week, as the Titans, Dolphins, and Chargers (the Jets competition for the AFC’s 6th seed) all lost. Now, the Jets look to start their first winning streak since beating the Cardinals and the Jaguars last season. Let’s get to know the New York Jets’s next opponent.
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The TOJ Roundtable ranks the top five players in the AFC East
Since the beginning of the new league year this past Tuesday, rumors have been swirling, speculating trade partners for New York Jets Cornerback Darrelle Revis. It has been the common train of thought that Revis will inevitably be moved at some point this offseason, for the Jets cannot afford to pay him an astronomical annual salary and could risk losing him for nothing more than a 2015 compensatory draft pick if he signs with another club after the 2013 season.
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