New York Jets Film Room – 1st Round Pick Jamal Adams

David Aitken with a film room breakdown of New York Jets first round pick, safety Jamal Adams

Jamal Adams joins Gang Green with big expectations. What kind of player have the Jets selected with this year’s sixth pick?

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New York Jets UDFA Breakdown – Austin Calitro

David Aitken breaks down New York Jets UDFA LB Austin Calitro

Villanova linebacker Austin Calitro is the latest in TOJ’s UDFA profile series. Read our previous breakdowns on Xavier Coleman, Anthony Firkser, Gabe Marks and Brisly Estime

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New York Jets: Living and Dying by Maccagnan’s Scouting Background

David Aitken with an analysis of Mike Maccagnan through three years…

Three offseasons in charge of this Jets team, it’s time to dive deep and ask: is Mike Maccagnan showing he can handle this job?

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New York Jets: Five Draft Weekend Storylines

David Aitken with five storylines for the New York Jets heading into the 2017 NFL Draft

Five NFL Draft weekend storylines for the New York Jets from David Aitken

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New York Jets Options at Six: Leonard Fournette Scouting Report

David Aitken with a scouting report on LSU running back Leonard Fournette

In this series we’ll break down popularly linked names to the Jets at pick six. Next is LSU running back Leonard Fournette – a running back receiving best offensive player in the draft type hype

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New York Jets Options At Six: Mitchell Trubisky Scouting Report

David Aitken with a scouting report on UNC Quarterback Mitch Trubisky – Should the New York Jets consider him with the 6th overall pick?

In this series we’ll break down popularly linked names to the Jets at pick six. Next is North Carolina QB Mitch(ell) Trubisky – the top quarterback by some analysts and a name the Jets are reportedly intrigued by. 

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New York Jets Options At Six: OJ Howard Scouting Report

David Aitken with the scouting report on Alabama tight end OJ Howard, a potential target for the New York Jets with the 6th pick in the NFL Draft…

In this series we’ll break down popularly linked names to the Jets at pick six. First up, Alabama tight end O.J. Howard – a prospect being hyped up as one of the most complete in the past ten years.

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The 2017 New York Jets Starting Quarterback Roadmaps

David Aitken on the starting quarterback roadmaps for Josh McCown, Christian Hackenberg, Bryce Petty or a quarterback selected by the New York Jets in this year’s NFL Draft…

Never has a fan base ever looked at the signing of Josh McCown as such a signal of intent. It has answered the question of which veteran the Jets would end up bringing in, but truthfully not much else. Let’s take a look at the options the Jets have in finding their starting quarterback going forward.

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New York Jets- Veteran QB Options Ultimate Breakdown

David Aitken with the ultimate breakdown of the New York Jets remaining QB options…

Embrace the tank? I don’t know if the Jets are there yet, but they clearly aren’t taking the aggressive approach to free agency. The Tyrod Taylor situation turned out to be a nonstarter, and the panic of going full-Osweiler on Mike Glennon turned out to be an overreaction. Even Brian Hoyer – the generally accepted “settle” target – quickly signed with the 49ers. Who is left?

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New York Jets: Offseason Do’s and Don’t’s

David Aitken on the DOs and DONTs for the New York Jets this offseason

The Jets have cleared plenty of cap space, and later this week we’ll see how they intend to spend it. The early signs point to ditching the “competitive rebuild” in favor of an approach that puts resources into getting better beyond 2017. Here’s what I would like to see in order to get the Jets back on track.

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