Michael McLaughlin previews the New York Jets fullback position…
Both tight end and fullback were virtually non-existent positions in the New York Jets offense over the past two seasons. With the addition of offensive coordinator John Morton and a West Coast offense, both may be making a return. Below, we take a look at the two players battling to be the team’s fullback… (more…)
Michael McLaughlin on if “safe” prospect exist in the NFL Draft…
Every NFL draft features certain prospects who are labeled safe. Some are projected to be stars while others have physical limitations but a low floor for their potential. Michael McLaughlin examines recent drafts to see if such players have produced as expected.
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Michael McLaughin on New York Jets QB Josh McCown history of playing with young wide receivers…
Josh McCown will help the New York’s young wide receivers develop, right? The logic is that he will bring a stabilizing, veteran presence, be able to properly read coverages and throw accurate enough to not stunt the growth of players such as Quincy Enunwa, Robbie Anderson and Charone Peake. Is that true, though? Continue reading “New York Jets – A Tale of Two McCowns”
Michael McLaughlin on the New York Jets spending at the wide receiver position and how they should handle it this offseason…
Only four teams in the NFL have more of their 2017 cap dedicated to wide receivers than the New York Jets. That begs the question, should a team in its current state dedicate so many resources to the position? Continue reading “Positional Spending: Should Both Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker be Cut?”
Michael McLaughlin on the New York Jets best and worst deals currently compromising their salary cap
The New York Jets have a spending problem. More specifically, the team has struggled to get value out of the investments it has made in players. While the organization used its last eight first round draft picks on defensive players, the cap hits for the offense and defense in 2016 are nearly identical. The numbers are a little over $67 and $68 million respectively.
As is expected with a 4-9 team, however, the roster is not filled with players outplaying their contracts. Below, I look at some individual players and position groups (this is not an exhaustive list) to evaluate the quality of personnel decisions made. All contract numbers are taken from overthecap.com, and the NFL salary cap for 2016 is 155,270,000. The 2017 cap is not yet known.
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