The NFL Draft talk continues at Turn On The Jets. Continuing on with the safety prospects, up next is USC’s Dion Bailey. Bailey has garnered a reputation as “always-around-the-ball Bailey” for his college squad. The three year starter has declared for the draft and offers an intriguing skill set. Continue reading “2014 NFL Draft Prospect: Dion Bailey”
We’re still getting snow up here in the Northeast, but the NFL Draft is creeping closer and closer. Thus, it’s time to tackle some of the better fits for the Jets at another position of need: tight end. Continue reading “New York Jets Specific NFL Draft Rankings: Tight End”
Mike Nolan breaks down NFL Draft prospect Joel Bitonio.
The countdown to the NFL Draft has begun. In the next few months we will be taking a closer look at some potential draft picks the Jets could be looking at when May rolls around. Today, Mike Nolan takes a look at offensive lineman, Joel Bitonio. Continue reading “2014 NFL Draft Prospect: Joel Bitonio”
We continue breaking down 2014 NFL Draft prospects at Turn On The Jets, sticking with the free safety group. Next up is Stanford’s Ed Reynolds, a two year starter for “Nerd Nation.” Reynolds has begun to stir up the debate of who the best available safety in the 2014 draft class is. Let’s break down the prospect. Continue reading “2014 NFL Draft Prospect: Ed Reynolds”
The Senior Bowl took place on Saturday with the South defeating the North 20-10. The South had the better quarterbacks and were able to move the ball more efficiently. More important than who won the game is that these draft prospects put more tape together in game situations against some of the best competition college football has to offer. Here are some notes on how some of these prospects, some more highly touted than others, performed in the game. Be sure to tweet me or leave comments below and let me know who impressed you in the Senior Bowl and who you think the Jets should target.
Note: I included guys who stood out (Either Negatively or Positively) at potential positions of need for the Jets. I also left out some of the guys who are probably off the radar for the Jets based on their needs and draft slots.
Mike Nolan lists some of the players to keep an eye on in the Senior Bowl that the New York Jets could target on draft day.
After a long week of practices and interviews, the Senior Bowl finally takes place today. This “all-star” game is nothing like the NFL version as there is a lot at stake for the Seniors who were lucky enough to get invited to the game. Although it’s a year dominated by underclassmen, there is still some great talent the Jets organization and fans should be looking at in this game. Here is a list of eight guys on offense and eight guys on defense that we should keep a close eye on.
Connor Rogers runs over a few of his thoughts on the upcoming 2014 NFL free agency period.
The Super Bowl in New Jersey is approaching quickly, with a great match up between Denver and Seattle looming. The NFL’s wish as granted, as the two best regular season teams will be facing off in the championship. Storyline’s are aplenty from Richard Sherman’s post game interview to Peyton Manning chasing his second Super Bowl title. While the game is obviously the talk of the league, the Jets front office is currently dialing up a plan for free agency. Let’s run over a few different thoughts as the new league year gets closer and closer. Continue reading “Morning Cup of Coffee: NFL Free Agency Thoughts”
Connor Rogers brings you the morning cup of coffee, NFL draft edition.
With Florida State winning the National Championship over Auburn in a thriller Monday evening, NFL draft season is officially upon us. While the NFL playoffs continue on, many New York Jet fans are looking towards the draft in May. Let’s give the NFL draft season a warm welcome. Continue reading “Morning Cup of Coffee: A Welcome to Draft Season”
Frank Giasone grades out the New York Jets defensive line in week 17 and for the entire 2013 season
Sunday’s win over Miami in the 2013 season finale was a good one for Jets’ fans, players and coaches alike, as the offense put together one of its most impressive performances of the season, and the defense held the Dolphins to just seven points–a season best for New York.
And while the performance helped the Jets climb back to .500 in the final week of the season, the struggles up front persisted, as the production from the defensive line continued to deteriorate.
Mike Nolan takes a look at some of the 2014 Free Agents that the New York Jets should be scouting in the NFL playoffs.
It’s obvious that the New York Jets have some holes they need to fill if they want to get back to playing football in January. John Idzik has made it clear that his offseason mantra is to use free agency to fill those holes so that the Jets can take the best player available when it comes time to draft. I’m sure most Jets fans will be glued to the TV over the next few weeks despite their team not playing. Here are some potential free agents that the Pro Personnel Staff should be taking a closer look at throughout these playoffs at some positions of need.