Joe Caporoso breaks down the New York Jets passing game in week 1 against the Cincinnati Bengals
Welcome back to our weekly New York Jets passing game breakdown, where we will review the strategy and output from their quarterback, pass catchers and offensive coordinator. Let’s dive into what went right…and what went very, very wrong in their week 1 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Questions? Leave them in the comment section or tweet them over.. On to the #TAPE…
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Joe Caporoso breaks down three big plays from the New York Jets preseason debut against the Jacksonville Jaguars
A quick breakdown of three big plays in the passing game from the New York Jets 17-13 win in their preseason opener against the Jacksonville Jaguars…
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Joe Caporoso breaks down the film on New York Jets running back Bilal Powell
The New York Jets headline transaction at running back this offseason was signing Matt Forte, who should be a valuable addition to the offense. However, the decision to bring the perpetually underrated Bilal Powell back on a new contract may prove to be an equally or more important decision. Powell was one of the Jets most valuable players on offense last season, thanks to his versatility, vision and speed.
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David Aitken breaks down the film on New York Jets TE Jace Amaro and figures out where he fits in the 2016 offense
In the space of a year, 2014 2nd round pick Jace Amaro has gone from a potential breakout player to possible camp cut. Facing a make-or-break training camp, how and where can Amaro set himself apart from his competition on the New York Jets?
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Joe Caporoso breaks down the film on New York Jets H-Back Quincy Enunwa
The New York Jets selected wide receiver Quincy Enunwa in the 6th round of the 2014 NFL Draft. At 6 foot 2, 225 pounds and with a 4.4 forty, Enunwa turned heads as a potential late round steal due to his physical attributes. He basically red-shirted his rookie year but last season newly hired Offensive Coordinator Chan Gailey found creative ways to utilize one of the most athletic players on the Jets roster. Despite not putting up flashy stats (22 receptions, 315 yards in 12 games), Enunwa was quietly an x-factor on a Jets offense that exceeded expectations.
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Joe Caporoso with a compilation of his recent play breakdowns of the New York Jets offense
Over on Twitter we have been breaking down different plays from the New York Jets offense to talk through how it worked in 2015. I have compiled some of our recent tweets below into a single article. Make sure to follow for future breakdowns and leave any comments below on future plays you want to see looked at.
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Joe Caporoso breaks down the film on New York Jets 2nd round quarterback Christian Hackenberg
The New York Jets most polarizing selection of the 2016 NFL Draft was unquestionably second round pick (51st overall) Christian Hackenberg, quarterback from Penn State. Why was the pick so unpopular in most post-draft analysis? What did the Jets see that prompted them to use a mid-round draft pick on a quarterback for the second year in a row? Let’s step into the film room and find out…
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Joe Caporoso breaks down the film on newly acquired New York Jets RB Matt Forte, how much does he have left in the tank and how does he fit in Chan Gailey’s offense?
The biggest addition of the New York Jets offseason has been Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte. He is heading into his ninth NFL season after racking up 8,602 rushing yards, 4,118 receiving yards and 64 career touchdowns in Chicago. Forte has a career yards per carry of 4.2 and a yards per reception of 8.5 on 487 career catches.
Last season, Forte played in 13 games finishing with 898 rushing yards and 389 receiving yards despite dealing with a sprained MCL. It is worth noting that Forte played in 16 games the previous two years and racked up a mind blowing 102 receptions in 2014 to go with 808 receiving yards and 1,038 rushing yards. The Jets are hoping that similar to another skill position player acquired from the Chicago Bears recently, Forte can still produce like a player in his prime, despite many saying his best years are over.
What are Forte’s strengths and weaknesses and more importantly how will he fit in Chan Gailey’s offense? We take a closer look in the film room…
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Joe Caporoso breaks down the film on New York Jets cornerback Marcus Williams. Is he ready to be a full time starter in 2016?
The New York Jets (completely logical) decision to release Antonio Cromartie has created an opening at the starting outside cornerback spot opposite of Darelle Revis. It is expected the team will make an addition or two through free agency or the NFL Draft but their best option to replace Cromartie is likely already on the roster, third year corner Marcus Williams. Let’s step into the film room to take a closer look at Williams’ game and what the team might expect from him in a full time role next season…
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Joe Caporoso breaks down the film on the New York Jets 26-20 victory over the New England Patriots
The New York Jets won their fifth straight game against the New England Patriots, 26-20. After a discouraging start offensively, they picked up the pace in the second and third quarter before hitting another drought in the fourth quarter. In overtime…well you know what happened. You can check out last week’s film breakdown right here. As always, leave any questions or comments below or over on Twitter. On to the #TAPE
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