Joe Caporoso breaks down two successful plays the New York Jets used to score touchdowns in 2013
Welcome to the TOJ Whiteboard, where we provide a concise breakdown of a pair of New York Jets plays from the previous season. Today we are looking at two redzone touchdown passes from Geno Smith, one to David Nelson and one to Jeremy Kerley. Make sure to leave your questions or comments below or over on our Twitter account…
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Joe Caporoso with observations on the New York Jets running back situation
A handful of thoughts on the New York Jets collection of running backs for 2014. The position is deeper than it has been in recent years but how effective will the group be? Let us know your projections in the comment section below, on Twitter or Facebook…
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Joe Caporoso on training expectations for the New York Jets
With the New York Jets one month away from training camp, let’s take a look at a few things to expect when the action picks up in Cortland.
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Joe Caporoso with a closer look at New York Jets 4th round pick, WR/PR Jalen Saunders
The New York Jets used the first of their three fourth round picks on Oklahoma wide receiver and returner Jalen Saunders. Today we are going to take a closer look at Saunders’ game and where he fits on the team’s roster in 2014 and beyond. In case you missed it, here are previous breakdowns of Calvin Pryor, Jace Amaro, Dexter McDougle, IK Enemkpali, Trevor Reilly and Quincy Enunwa.
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The Turn On The Jets 12 Pack wraps up the New York Jets OTAs….
The New York Jets have wrapped up OTAs and will be heading into minicamp on June 19th before we enter a terrifying six week void without football. Here are 12 observations and thoughts on the current state of the team:
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Joe Caporoso with a preliminary fantasy football outlook for the New York Jets
The New York Jets have been a fantasy football wasteland the past few years. Can things improve in 2014? Let’s take a quick look at their prominent skill position players and what reasonable expectations for production should be:
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Joe Caporoso predicts the New York Jets 53 man roster at an absurdly early date
With the season less than 100 days away and the New York Jets in the midst of OTAs, we thought it was an appropriate time to drop in a premature prediction for the team’s 53 man roster. It is fair to assume there will be a handful of outside players still brought in, surprise cuts and injuries BUT this is the best we can do based on who is on the team right now.
In case you missed it, we discussed the New York Jets wide receiver situation on the team’s website right here. We also talked quarterback there last week. We should have 3 or 4 more segments coming up each Monday on the NewYorkJets.com so stay tuned…
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Joe Caporoso with 12 observations on the New York Jets roster
The New York Jets are in the midst of their yearly OTAs. Football isn’t all the way back but we are getting close. I continue to flip over during the NBA and NHL playoffs just to be safe…
Anyway, here are 12 thoughts and observations on the Jets as we head into June…
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Joe Caporoso on the early “quarterback controversy” for the New York Jets
This is “slow” time in the NFL calendar. Despite OTAs, there is really not all that much news pouring out. This leads to the need for story generation. Not surprisingly, the headliner of that story generation around the New York Jets is the quarterback situation. There is nothing new or groundbreaking to report about it. The same quotes are being recycled from early March. Yet, elements of a shut out local media who have been left in the dark on the team’s thinking throughout the entire offseason is knee jerking into writing things like this…
The team responsible for the Butt Fumble is in danger of mishandling a potentially volatile situation. It’s probably Smith’s job to lose, but team officials haven’t characterized it that way. They speak in code phrases, saying they expect Vick to “push” Smith and to compete with the second-year player.
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The New York Jets have made many additions to their offensive skill positions this offseason. To be exact, they have added two quarterbacks (Vick, Boyd), five receivers (Decker, Ford, Saunders, Evans, Enunwa), two running backs (Johnson, Richardson) and one tight end (Amaro). Let’s look through some of their formations from 2013 and how they can be utilized with the new additions.
Also check out myself, Connor Rogers and Chris Nimbley featured on the Jets official website talking about the team’s quarterback battle. We have more segments in the coming days discussing the rest of the roster, so stay tuned. A big thanks to Eric Allen and the Jets organization for interviewing us…
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