Connor Rogers with a closer look at New York Jets WR Chad Hansen and if he can make a year two “jump”
While the Jets have a very crowded wide receiver depth chart at the moment, it’s safe to assume Mike Maccagnan would like to see progress from each of the receivers he took in the 2017 NFL Draft in ArDarius Stewart and Chad Hansen.
Neither were particularly productive as rookies last season, but it’s not time to hit the panic button just yet on the former third and fourth round selections. What can they bring in 2018?
Let’s start with Hansen in this edition, who has wasted little time turning heads during OTA’s.
Arthur Irwin for Jets Brasil on how the team can improve their special teams…
O New York Jets tem um dos corpos de ST mais insólitos da NFL. Enquanto na mesma divisão, o time dos Patriots investe pesado no time de especialistas, o Jets convive ano a ano com problemas no setor. Isso é muito importante em pontos críticos do jogo.
Joe Blewett with a film breakdown of Darron Lee’s 2017 season…
Joe Blewett is back with his 2017 Film Review of Darron Lee! Don’t miss Joe’s new podcast with Kyle Smith, “TOJ Film Room,” coming to TOJ Digital in July!
Scott Mason talks to Joe Blewett to preview TOJ’s newest podcast TOJ Film Room with part 5 of an in-depth look at Sam Darnold’s 2017 USC film! Joe talks his observations about Sam Darnold, explains concepts like only he can, and takes us into the TOJ Film Room for an A-Z breakdown of Sam Darnold’s performances against Stanford in the PAC 12 championship and the Ohio State Buckeyes in the Cotton Bowl!
Episode 97 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason talks to Joe Blewett to preview TOJ’s newest podcast TOJ Film Room with part 5 of an in-depth look at Sam Darnold’s 2017 USC film!
Joe talks his observations about Sam Darnold, explains concepts like only he can, and takes us into the TOJ Film Room for an A-Z breakdown of Sam Darnold’s performances against Stanford in the PAC 12 championship and the Ohio State Buckeyes in the Cotton Bowl!
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso and John Razer discuss the best bets around the 2018 New York Jets and break them down from a fantasy football perspective…
Joe Caporoso talks John Razer of Razer Sport on the smartest bets around the 2018 New York Jets and NFL in general. They also discuss the recent Supreme Court ruling making gambling legal in certain states. Finally, Joe Caporoso gives some thoughts on the Jets from a fantasy football perspective…
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Joe Caporoso with a film breakdown demonstrating the versatility of Jamal Adams
Jamal Adams had a somewhat inconsistent but overall encouraging rookie season for the New York Jets. He still needs to take more strides to justify being the sixth overall pick in the NFL Draft but one thing he demonstrated right out of the gate was his versatility. Let’s take a quick overview of the different roles he played in Todd Bowles’ defense during the 2017 season…
Joe Caporoso with thoughts on the New York Jets response to the NFL’s new National Anthem policy…
Last week NFL owners unanimously enacted a policy requiring players to stand for the National Anthem. Players have the option to stay in the locker room during the song but if they are on the field, they will be fined if they protest in any way, including sitting or kneeling. Shortly after the policy was announced, New York Jets interim owner Christopher Johnson had the following to say:
“I do not like imposing any club-specific rules,” Johnson said. “If somebody [on the Jets] takes a knee, that fine will be borne by the organization, by me, not the players. I never want to put restrictions on the speech of our players. Do I prefer that they stand? Of course. But I understand if they felt the need to protest. There are some big, complicated issues that we’re all struggling with, and our players are on the front lines. I don’t want to come down on them like a ton of bricks, and I won’t. There will be no club fines or suspensions or any sort of repercussions. If the team gets fined, that’s just something I’ll have to bear.”
“I seriously struggled with this,” he said of the anthem modifications approved by the owners. “You know my position on the anthem, and you have to understand that the plan we ended up with, due to some serious work in the [meeting] room, was vastly less onerous than the one that was presented to me late last week. In the end, I felt I had to support it from a membership standpoint.”
Arthur Irwin for Jets Brasil on Christopher Johnson’s response to the NFL’s new anthem policy…
A NFL durante essa inter-temporada aprovou algumas regras consideradas polêmicas. A primeira já criou um alvoroço quando a liga aprovou que não será permitido mais que o jogador, premeditadamente, antes do contato, abaixe a cabeça para promover o primeiro impacto com essa parte do corpo.
Clayton Smarslok breaks down the New York Jets battle for reps at the tight end position…
Ever since Dustin Keller left via free agency after the 2012 season, the Jets have not been able to get any kind of consistent play out of the tight end position. That’s not to say they haven’t tried. They drafted Jace Amaro with a second round pick in 2014 and after he busted they picked up another second rounder from that year, Austin Seferian-Jenkins during the 2016 season. Seferian-Jenkins may have been the most successful since Keller’s departure but still had inconsistencies in his game before signing with Jacksonville in March.
This left the team with a bunch of question marks at the position. Those question marks include Chris Herndon, Bucky Hodges, Jordan Leggett, Neal Sterling, Eric Tomlinson and Clive Walford. While there are no names that really stand out, let’s take a look at the players that have the best chances of playing in green and white come September.