Dan Essien breaks down some Dan Quinn inspired defensive looks the Jets can utilize in 2018
In the most recent episode of Buck The Trend, we discussed Jets defensive trends with Chris Nimbley. In the same line of previewing the Jets defense, let’s go over some wrinkles the Jets can use next season. Including how they could take a page out of Dan Quinn’s playbook and put their own spin on it. Here’s a look at some of the potential looks the Jets could show next season with the front seven.
Matthew Stalker breaks down the New York Jets defensive line heading into the 2016 season…
A rundown of the New York Jets defensive line heading into the 2016 regular season. How confident are you feeling about the position? Let us know in the comment section below and check out our breakdown earlier this week about the secondary…
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Matthew Stalker breaks down the New York Jets secondary heading into the 2016 season
A rundown of the New York Jets secondary heading into the 2016 regular season. How confident are you feeling about the position? Let us know in the comment section below…
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Matthew Stalker takes a closer look at the New York Jets rebuilt linebacker position
The linebacker corps of the New York Jets been in need for a face-lift for some time. They have struggled the last couple seasons both in coverage and reaching the quarterback, but with offseason and draft acquisitions, the Jets may have new life in 2016…
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Joe Caporoso with a closer look at the much hyped 2015 New York Jets defense
There is an understandably high amount of anticipation for the 2015 New York Jets defense. Is this unit, under Todd Bowles and Kacy Rodgers, capable of being one of the league’s best?
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The TOJ Roundtable is back. Make sure to give everybody a follow on Twitter and to let us know your opinion down in the comment section below! Today’s question is…
Who is the biggest X-factor on offense and defense for the New York Jets this season?
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Connor Rogers takes an early look at some of the top defensive prospects entering the 2015 NFL Draft.
New York Jets fans might groan at the thought of selecting another defender in the first round, but these prospects are still worth keeping an eye on as the team continues to struggle. These are not necessarily the best players at their perspective position, but notable names that could draw interest from the Jets scouting department. Let’s take a look…
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Connor Rogers goes inside the film room to break down the Jets defense vs. the Patriots in a week 7 Thursday night match up.
In a Thursday night match up that came down to the final seconds, the Jets lost a tight one once again. On the bright side, outside of a few brain lapses, the defense seems to be finding consistency. What has Rex Ryan changed since the Jets were blown out in San Diego a few weeks back? Let’s take a look… Continue reading “New York Jets – Inside the Film Room: Get Off the Field Edition”
The Jets lost a thriller to the Bears on Monday night, but after three weeks they now have the top rush defense and second ranked overall defense in the NFL. Who stood out? What was the underrated highlight of the night? And of course, time to hand out awards… Continue reading “New York Jets – Reviewing the Defense – Week 3”
Connor Rogers breaks down new Jets’ cornerback Leon McFadden
The New York Jets added second year cornerback Leon McFadden to their 53 man roster on Sunday, releasing LeQuan Lewis to make room. McFadden was a Cleveland Browns third round pick out of San Diego State in 2013. After one season where he played in all 16 of their games (starting two), they let McFadden go.
Although this seems ridiculously early (and concerning) to give up on a third round pick, Cleveland’s cornerback situation was a numbers game and McFadden did not perform up to par. Although his young career has been relatively underwhelming, it is quite clear why the Jets added him to their secondary. Let’s take a look… Continue reading “Making the Case for Leon McFadden Over Kyle Wilson”