Cole Patterson asks: Is Jace Amaro the future at tight end for the New York Jets or just another guy? With retrospect on Amaro’s 2014, what does 2015 hold?
Jace Amaro. Is he the future at tight end for the New York Jets or is he just another guy? To asses his future, Cole Patterson took a look at last season. With retrospect on Amaro’s 2014, what does 2015 hold?
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Cole Patterson breaks down the New York Jets second round pick, tight end Jace Amaro. Check out our breakdowns of third round pick Dexter McDougle and first round pick Calvin Pryor. Stay tuned for breakdowns of the rest of the Jets draft picks…
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Mike Donnelly of Turn On The Jets interviews New York jets rookie Tight End, Jace Amaro.
It is no secret that many of us here on Turn On The Jets were huge fans of Jace Amaro heading into the NFL draft this year. Personally, I felt like he had all the tools to be a perfect fit in Marty Mornhinweg’s offense and he would do wonders for Geno Smith, who didn’t have many reliable targets last year as a rookie. When the #18 pick rolled around and the Jets were on the clock, Amaro was on my short list of players I wanted to see have his name called (as I tweeted). As we know, that didn’t happen, and while I loved the Calvin Pryor selection, I was a little bit bummed that we may have missed out on the next Jimmy Graham or Gronk. Continue reading “Interview with Jace Amaro, New York Jets Tight End”
Mike Donnelly of TOJ grades the New York Jets 2014 lineup compared to last year’s team
Now that the dust has settled after the NFL draft, we have a better idea of what the New York Jets are going to look like when they open up the 2014 season in a few months against the Raiders. General Manager John Idzik faced a ton of criticism during free agency from impatient fans and media types, but it’s clear by now that he has a plan and he’s sticking to it. He’s going to build this team how he sees fit, mainly by building through the draft.
But just how improved is this year’s team over last year’s 8-8 squad? Well, just as I did a year ago, I’m going to find out by going position by position and comparing last year’s team to what we expect to see come September. And also just like last year, I’m going to use the very scientific and accurate “Tebows” Rating System! Continue reading “Grading the New York Jets 2014 Lineup Changes (Offense)”