Joe Caporoso with a closer look at what the New York Jets can learn from this year’s contenders in the NFL
What can we learn from this year’s contenders as the New York Jets look to evolve their roster and organization into a competitive one? Here is a run through from the teams we saw Divisional Weekend. Check back on Friday for weekly picks playoff picks which can be placed in any safe online casinos…
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso and Kyle Maggio debate if the New York Jets should pay Robby Anderson this offseason
Joe Caporoso with a Turn On The Jets 12 Pack of Divisional Weekend picks and random New York Jets predictions…
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso and Dalbin Osorio discuss the transactions the New York Jets can make to reach the 2020 playoffs
Joe Caporoso with his wild card weekend picks and a review of his 2019 New York Jets predictions
Joe Caporoso with a requiem for the New York Jets 2019 season
Another New York Jets season has come and gone without the team sniffing a playoff spot. The team was pragmatically eliminated when they lost a week 13 game to the 0-11 Cincinnati Bengals, spoiling an otherwise productive second half that saw them finish 6-2 in their final 8 games.
The 6-2 was not enough to dig them out of an embarrassing 1-7 start and ultimately netted them a 7-9 record overall, the same record Adam Gase had last year in Miami and the same amount of wins he’s averaged over his four years as a NFL Head Coach (30-34). It was the worst debut season for a new Head Coach since Rich Kotite for the Jets and stretched their playoff drought to nine years, the third longest drought in the NFL and ninth longest drought in the big four professional American sports.
Despite all the above, the team did improve their record by three games from 2018 and there is a zero percent chance any major changes will happen to the coaching staff. Jets fans should not expect a playoff mandate from Christopher or Woody Johnson this offseason and should begin accepting the reality that Adam Gase is probably here through 2021 even if the team stretches to ten years without the postseason, despite the team’s struggles on offense in 2019. This is as much of Gase’s organization now as anybody not named Jimmy Sexton.
What ultimately happened this year and what did we learn?
Joe Caporoso with a Turn On The Jets 12 Pack for week 17 of the NFL season and Jets/Bills
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso with a year end New York Jets Twitter mailbag…
Joe Caporoso with a week 16 GIF Dump for the New York Jets win over the Pittsburgh Steelers