New York Jets vs. Cincinnati Bengals – 5 Things To Watch

Joe Caporoso with 5 things to watch tonight as the New York Jets take on the Cincinnati Bengals

Five things to watch for tonight as the New York Jets take on the Cincinnati Bengals. Make sure to follow on Twitter during all the action! 

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New York Jets 2014 Chant – Q&A With Seth Rabinowitz

Joe Caporoso speaks with New York Jets VP of Marketing and Fan Engagement Seth Rabinowitz

The New York Jets recently announced an online contest to determine who will lead the J-E-T-S chant throughout the 2014 season. We grabbed a few minutes with VP of Marketing and Fan Engagement Seth Rabinowitz to discuss the idea behind the contest and address any fan concerns. We included a fact sheet about the contest at the bottom of the article:

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New York Jets Playbook – Breaking In The New Personnel

Joe Caporoso breaks down a few intriguing personnel groups and formations the New York Jets used against the Colts

The New York Jets displayed a handful of intriguing personnel groupings and formations in their pre-season debut against the Indianapolis Colts. While you don’t want to read too much into what you see in August, the plays still provide a general preview for how the Jets plan to use certain players. Let’s take a quick look at five of those formations and plays…

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Turn On The Jets Podcast – Cornerback Help, Week 2 Jets Preview

Joe Caporoso, Cole Patterson and Dalbin Osorio discuss the New York Jets cornerback situation and preview week 2 of the pre-season

The Turn On The Jets Podcast is back! Joe Caporoso, Dalbin Osorio and Cole Patterson discuss the New York Jets issues at cornerback and preview their upcoming pre-season game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Make sure to subscribe to our new YouTube channel at the link below and check back later in the week for the debut of our Xs and Os series, along with a few new highlight tapes to help kick the season off. 

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One Week Down – New York Jets 53 Man Roster Prediction

Joe Caporoso predicts the New York Jets 53 man roster heading into week two of the pre-season

The New York Jets have one pre-season game in the books. It was a fairly good overall performance but the Sunday injuries to Dee Milliner and Dexter McDougle have thrown many into a frenzy. It sounds like Milliner should be back by week two at the latest and while McDougle was showing intriguing potential…he was still a third round rookie. Regardless, let’s reset our roster projection as the Jets prepare for the Cincinnati Bengals…

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Turn On The Jets 12 Pack – Jets vs. Colts Recap

Joe Caporoso reviews the New York Jets pre-season opener against the Indianapolis Colts

The New York Jets opened their pre-season with a 13-10 victory over the Indianapolis Colts. Like most pre-season games, there was a healthy mix of positive and negatives. In today’s 12 Pack, we roll through six of each…

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TOJ Pre-Season Preview – New York Jets vs. Indiannapolis Colts

Joe Caporoso previews the New York Jets pre-season opener vs the Indianapolis Colts

The New York Jets open their pre-season tonight at home against the Indianapolis Colts. What should you be watching for? Here are five things that we will be paying particular attention to…

What do you want to see the most? Let us know in the comment section below!

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New York Jets – The Offensive Roster Shuffle

Due to a shoulder injury it appears that rookie 4th round wide receiver Shaq Evans is going to be headed to the New York Jets IR. This isn’t an overly surprising thing for many who have been following the team, considering the current depth chart and the potential to give a developmental prospect like Evans a “red-shirt” season. Sixth round rookie, Quincy Enunwa is likely headed to the same place, if not the practice squad. The early weeks of camp have opened up a few interesting debates on the New York Jets offensive personnel and who should stick on the final 53 man roster. Let’s take a closer look…

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Turn On The Jets 12 Pack – Green and White Scrimmage Preview

Joe Caporoso with a Turn On The Jets 12 Pack preview the Green and White scrimmage

Today’s Turn On The Jets 12 Pack will preview the Green and White scrimmage tomorrow in Cortland, New York. We will have Connor Rogers, Max Marcilla and Kevin Bauer on the ground covering the game for our site and YouTube channel, so if you see them…say hi!

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New York Jets – A Closer Look At Projected Tight End Use

Joe Caporoso looks at how Marty Mornhinweg could utilize two and three tight end looks in the 2014 New York Jets offense

The New York Jets have compiled an interesting group of players at the tight end position for 2014. Jeff Cumberland is a 6’4 converted college wide receiver, who has the straight line speed of a split end but weighs 260 pounds. Jace Amaro is two inches taller than Cumberland but is also 260 pounds and functioned as a highly productive slot receiver for Texas Tech last year. Finally, Zach Sudfeld is 6’6 as well and moves on the field in way that more often resembles a receiver than a traditional tight end.

At wide receiver, the Jets have many question marks after Eric Decker and Jeremy Kerley. They are going to be a fairly run heavy team and frequently utilize the screen game. Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg has a history of heavy tight end use and with the Jets personnel this season, people should expect an offense that regularly features two or three tight ends on the field. Cumberland, Amaro and Sudfeld should be in position to be regular contributors in both the running and passing game.

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