Greg Armstrong with initiial reaction to the Jets taking CB Bryce Hall in the 5th round…
Hey now! Joe Douglas grabs a steal in the fifth round to help bolster the Jets CB depth. Judging by the reaction of not only Jets Twitter but also scouts, the Jets nailed this pick. (more…)
Greg Armstrong with initial reaction to Jets taking QB James Morgan from FIU
The New York Jets had their first truly stunning pick of the draft by taking James Morgan from Florida International with the 125th pick, a selection they got in the trade with New England. With some strong talent still on the board, this pick is…puzzling.
Greg Armstrong with initial reaction to the New York Jets 3rd round pick of Florida DEJabari Zuniga
The Jets finally addressed their edge rusher need by picking Jabari Zuniga with the 79th pick. A versatile edge who can stand up or maybe even eventually slide in on DL. Will he be able to finally give the Jets that edge rusher they’ve been searching for? (more…)
Greg Armstrong with initial reaction to the New York Jets bringing back linebackers Jordan Jenkins and James Burgess…
The New York Jets brought back two familiar faces at linebacker today….
Greg Armstrong With His Initial Thoughts On The Signings Of Josh Andrews and Marqi Christian…
The New York Jets did some roster gymnastics today, releasing an overpaid veteran corner while adding more depth to their offensive line and special teams….
Greg Armstrong With A Post Week 17 Mock Draft…
The New York Jets season has ended and for the ninth straight season, there will be no playoffs. There is a massive amount of work to be done in the offseason. Barring anything insane happening, Adam Gase will be back for 2020. The roster needs a major overhaul at several key positions but there also needs to be depth added. The Jets have long been one injury away from starting practice squad level players. I took a stab at a post Week 17 mock to see if we can add some pieces that hopefully can push this team into the playoff hunt. (Mock draft done with The Draft Network mock draft machine).
Greg Armstrong with a seven round mock draft for the New York Jets
We’re heading into the last quarter of the season with the Jets have more holes to fill on the roster than stable positions. It’s been a long tumultuous season filled with some ups but mostly downs. Joe Douglas has his work cut out for him and he needs to hit on a high rate of players not only in free agency, but complementing a good free agency period with a very good draft. I took a stab at filling some needs for the 2020 Jets. (draft done with TDN Mock Simulator with their TDN predictive board). (more…)
Greg Armstrong On Whether The Jets Should Move Robby Anderson…
The trade deadline is only a couple of days away and while Leonard Williams has been the most talked about trade chip on this Jets roster, the Robby Anderson trade chatter has been quickly heating up. Sun God is a fan favorite and started to build a good bit of chemistry with Sam Darnold when Darnold returned from injury last season. However, now with Adam Gase running things, Anderson seems to have fallen out of favor with the current coaching staff. Would it be smart to get rid of Sun God for draft capital? Continue reading “Should The Jets Trade Robby Anderson?”
Greg Armstrong With A Quarter Season Mock For The New York Jets…
We’re a quarter of the way through the Jets season (it goes by faster every year) and the needs for the team have glaringly come to light. It’s never too early, especially covering this team, for a mock draft. So here’s a quarter season mock draft addressing some of those needs. (Done with TheDraftNetwork.com Mock Draft Machine) (more…)
Greg Armstrong With His Week 2 Jets Report Card…
A little less than two weeks ago, excitement for a Jets season was an all time high. Sam Darnold in his second year, new weapons on offense and defense and some new uniforms. Now the Jets, as well as the fans, are in complete damage control after two games. The quarterback has mono, Jamal Adams is going through it, the Jets offensive line is a turnstile…you get the point. Here are the grades for Week 2. (more…)