We are a few days removed from the Jets’ monumental win over their 2-7 crosstown rivals, the Giants, and anointing themselves Kings of New York as they improved to an impressive 2-7 record. If you’re picking up my sarcasm, I would quote David Spade from Tommy Boy and say “well I should hope so because I am laying it on pretty thick.” The truth is that if you allowed yourself to escape reality for a little over three hours on Sunday, you probably enjoyed a rather entertaining game in which the Jets came out victorious and their franchise quarterback looked every bit as good as you would hope.
Joe Caporoso with a New York Jets victory GIF Dump for the week 10 win over the New York Giants
Joe Caporoso with initial reaction to the New York Jets 34-27 win against the New York Giants
The New York Jets beat the New York Giants today 34-27 in a back and forth, sloppy football game, moving their record to 2-7 and dropping the Giants record to 2-8. After a fast start from Sam Darnold and the offense, the Jets managed to hold on, thanks mostly to a looting of Daniel Jones by Jamal Adams and a total shut down of the Giants “generational” starting back Saquon Barkley, who had less rushing yards than Trevon Wesco on the day. What does the win mean in the grand scheme of things?
Dan Essien addresses the myriad of excuses around Adam Gase’s performance this year for the New York Jets…
The New York Jets are in a tough spot right now as an organization. They were supposed to be competitive this season after their most important offseason in decades. They’ve been almost the complete opposite under head coach Adam Gase. There have been many excuses for their poor start but those excuses often don’t paint the whole picture. Let’s discuss why there may not be much of reason to use the “wait and see” approach this time.
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Sam Darnold has regressed. As I have stated before, it’s not time to hit the panic button, but he has clearly taken a step backward from where he finished the season in 2018. This is not to say it can’t be salvaged. It absolutely can. Sam Darnold will still be a good quarterback in this league. Possibly a great one. However, we can’t turn a blind eye to the facts.
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Three things to know about the New Jersey Sewage and Waste Management Bowl at MetLife Stadium this Sunday, when the 1-7 New York Jets take on the 2-7 New York Giants…
There is one logical course of action for the New York Jets at this point that can show their fan base they have some type of pulse on the reality of their organization’s current situation. Own the recent hiring mistake you made, rectify it and begin laying the groundwork for 2020 immediately.
Joe Caporoso with initial reaction to the hopeful end of Adam Gase’s tenure as the New York Jets Head Coach
The New York Jets have hit rock bottom…again. This is after a near decade of finding new rock bottoms in creative, unique and surprising ways. They out did themselves yet again by handily losing a football game to a team who is openly trying to lose every game on their schedule. It may not be fun in the short term but if this leads to the Jets executing the common sense of firing Adam Gase and his entire coaching staff, this loss will be worth it.