Turn On The Jets Film Room – New York Jets Passing Game, Week 2

Joe Caporoso breaks down the film on the New York Jets passing game in week 2

This week in the Turn On The Jets film room, we look at the reasons behind Geno Smith’s interceptions and his arm strength. 

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Initial Reaction – Opportunity Missed, New York Jets Lose Ugly To Pats

Initial reaction to the New York Jets disappointing loss to the New England Patriots, 13-10

Before the season, many reasonable people would have signed up for the New York Jets being 1-1 after two games, with a 13-10 loss in New England on a short week. However, that doesn’t ease the immediate sting of losing a very winnable game to your rivals. Tonight’s game was there for the taking but the Jets made one too many mistakes and not enough plays. Turnovers. Dropped passes. Questionable play calls. Blown coverages. No loss to New England is easy to stomach but the Jets had a real chance to be 2-0 tonight and they missed it.

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Turn On The Jets 12 Pack, Week 2 – Jets vs. Pats

The Turn On The Jets 12 Pack with predictions for Jets vs. Patriots

The results of week 1 in the NFL frequently lead to harsh overreactions of both the positive and negative manner. You never want to invest too much into a single game. The Philadelphia Eagles may not score 2,000 points this season, for example. David Wilson will probably fumble less than 30 times in 2013…probably. The defending Super Bowl Champs aren’t heading to a 2-14 year where they allow 50 points on a weekly basis. As for our New York Jets, there is reason for tempered optimism.

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Turn On The Jets Film Room – New York Jets Passing Game Week 1

Joe Caporoso breaks down the film on the New York Jets passing game in week 1

Every week Joe Caporoso will break down different aspects of the New York Jets passing game. Today we focus on Geno Smith’s NFL debut, Stephen Hill’s route running, Marty Mornhinweg’s blitz-beaters and plenty more. 

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Turn On The Jets 12 Pack, Week 1 – Jets vs. Bucs

The Turn On The Jets 12 Pack gives predictions for the New York Jets week 1 game against the Tampa Bay Bucs

With the glass half full, the New York Jets are led by a competent Head Coach who is nearly guaranteed to produce one of the league’s better defenses. There is head turning talent on the defensive line, supported by one of the league’s top corners. Offensively, there is nowhere to go but up from last season, when the team managed 6 wins despite horrifically incompetent work from their Offensive Coordinator and Quarterback. Despite the lingering question marks all over the unit, it is hard not to see Marty Mornhinweg being an improvement over Tony Sparano, the running backs being a more productive group than in 2012 and the offensive line remaining steady. You wouldn’t be crazy to argue the Jets are the second best team in their division.

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TOJ Podcast Week 1 – Jets/Bucs Preview, Zig Fracassi

Joe Caporoso previews the New York Jets week 1 match-up against the Tampa Bay Bucs and talks with Sirius NFL Host Zig Fracassi

Check out the week 1 edition of the Turn On The Jets Podcast. Joe Caporoso previews the New York Jets week 1 match-up against the Tampa Bay Bucs and discusses the entire slate of NFL games with Sirius NFL Host Zig Fracassi

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How Marty Mornhinweg Can Protect Geno Smith In His NFL Debut

How New York Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg can protect rookie quarterback Geno Smith in his first NFL start

While nothing is official yet, it appears the New York Jets will start Geno Smith 6 days from now in their regular season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. If the pre-season was any indication, Smith isn’t quite ready to be a starting quarterback in the NFL. Regardless, the Jets are going to need to roll with him. How can Offensive Coordinator Marty Mornhinweg protect his rookie quarterback and maximize the Jets’ chances for offensive success against a rebuilt Tampa defense?

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New York Jets – Thoughts on Waiver Wire Additions & Current 53

A collection of thoughts on the New York Jets waiver wire activity and current 53 man roster

A handful of thoughts on the New York Jets waiver moves today and where their current 53 man roster sits at.

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Turn On The Jets 30 Pack – New York Jets 2013 Predictions

A very special Turn On The Jets 12 Pack is expanded to 30….with predictions for the New York Jets 2013 Season

Sometimes a 12 Pack just isn’t enough. Today, our regular Friday column at Turn On The Jets is going to give you 30 predictions for the New York Jets season. We are sure you will disagree with plenty of them so tell us where we went wrong here in the comment section, on Twitter or on Facebook. Enjoy your Labor Day Weekend!

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New York Jets Fans – Give Us The Next Guy!

Joe Caporoso on New York Jets fans enduring love for 3rd and 4th string quarterbacks

If you want to be a popular quarterback with New York Jets fans, your best best is to slide as far down the depth chart as possible. We know the backup quarterback is always the most popular guy in town but here with the Jets, the third and fourth stringers have truly become the belles of the ball.

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