Greg Armstrong With His New York Jets Week 1 Report Card…
Football is back! Which means the weekly Jets report card is back! I won’t make you choose which of those you are more excited about. The most important thing is that Jets football has returned to our lives, for better or worse. As you may have heard, the Jets blew a 16 point lead to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday that is a very costly loss early considering it was a home division game and the tough schedule as we move forward. Heres how I have the Jets graded out for Week One. Continue reading “New York Jets 2019 Week 1 Report Card”
Greg Armstrong With His Initial Reaction To The Jets Four Waiver Claims…
The New York Jets were said to be active with waiver claims and they didn’t disappoint. They were tied for the second most waiver claims with four. Joe Douglas has taken an active approach into trying to reshape the holes on the roster left by the old regime. Continue reading “Initial Reaction-New York Jets 4 Waiver Wire Additions”
NFL Training Camps are quickly approaching but before we get there, the NBA takes precedent. The NBA draft was a week ago, free agency is right around the corner and weeks after we’ve moved on from the NBA season, awards were finally given out. With all that being said, what would a basketball team look like if we were limited to only guys on the current Jets roster? Lets give it a shot! Continue reading “Crafting A Basketball Team Out Of The Current Jets Roster”
Greg Armstrong With His Initial Reaction On The Jets Selecting TE Trevon Wesco…
The New York Jets added some depth at tight end after trading back multiple times in the fourth round and taking Trevon Wesco. With Chris Herndon likely facing a suspension and the value at offensive line not so great in the fourth, Wesco gives Adam Gase an athletic blocker for his new RB1 Le’Veon Bell. Continue reading “Initial Reaction – Jets Select TE Trevon Wesco In Fourth Round”
Joe Malfa with a look at what is making things in top-10 so murky ahead of Thursday’s NFL Draft.
The NFL Draft is three days away. This is typically when you start to get some overlap in mock drafts as experts begin to come to a consensus based on the buzz they are hearing. Not this year. Why are things so darn muddled? Let’s take a look.
Greg Armstrong With His Second 7 Round Offseason Jets Mock…
It’s Friday! Here’s my second 7 round offseason Jets mock with some trades down. As always, this was done with the Fanspeak mock draft simulator so some of the available players didn’t quite fit the rounds they are ultimately going to be taken in but I tried to make it as realistic as possible. If you have any issues, you can direct your hate to me on Twitter.
Greg Armstrong With His First 7 Round Offseason Jets Mock Draft.
The Jets hired Adam Gase yesterday and the fan base is distraught. Let me calm you down with a nice seven round mock (with trades). As always, it’s done with the FanSpeak model. It can be a little flawed but I tried to be as realistic as possible with the picks and rounds. (more…)
Joe Malfa With His Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: New Year’s Eve Bowls.
‘Tis the season for over 40 college bowl games sponsored by some very obscure companies to celebrate the mediocrity of 6-6 teams. Surely there is an angry old man somewhere waving his fist screaming about how “everyone gets a trophy” and “the Millennials are ruining everything.” At TOJ, we love bowl season. Maybe not for the games because watching two small schools battle for an irrelevant trophy is not very appealing, but it gives us a chance to watch some teams that we did not get a chance to watch this season and evaluate some prospects who may not have been regularly exposed to us.
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