Joe Caporoso reviews potential GM and HC candidates for the New York Jets in 2019 and also discusses Interim HC options for the rest of this season
The New York Jets are likely to fire Todd Bowles immediately after the season. As it stands today, it the Jets are unlikely to fire Mike Maccagnan (they should) but who knows where things will stand after the upcoming six games. Here is a run down of prospective replacements for both and a few thoughts on potentially putting an Interim Head Coach in for the remaining games in 2018 and why it isn’t likely to happen.
Joe Caporoso with initial reaction to the New York Jets 41-10 regime ending loss to the Buffalo Bills
The New York Jets laid down to die in MetLife Stadium this afternoon, as Matt Barkley (!) and the Buffalo Bills, who had managed 20 points over the past 3 weeks, ran it up in a 41-10 victory. Any shreds of delusion around this failed Jets regime, that is now 23-35 over 58 games, have firmly been put to bed. The Jets are no better than they were 4 years ago when they laid down to die against the Buffalo in Detroit and received a similar whooping. The myth is over, no matter how much media posturing continues to take place.
Joe Caporoso with a Turn On The Jets 12 Pack of predictions for Jets vs. Bills in week 10…
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Joe Caporoso breaks down a rare positive play in the passing game for the New York Jets, a big gain from Sam Darnold to Chris Herndon…
Check out our weekly passing game breakdowns of the New York Jets and for further breakdowns of the film, make sure you are subscribed to us on YouTube. This week we are doing a quick snapshot of how the New York Jets actually had a rare positive passing play against the Miami Dolphins
Dan Essien recaps the Jets week 9 matchup against the Miami Dolphins with #JetsTwitter
The Jets went into Miami with a good opportunity to turn things around against a beatable Dolphins. With rumors that Quincy Enunwa and Robby Anderson were returning to the lineup, the hope was that the Jets offense would finally do something. Maybe we were too optimistic. #JetsTwitter drags us through week 9 in the second division matchup between the Jets and Dolphins.
Continue reading “TOJ Tweet Summary 2018, Week 9 – Jets vs. Dolphins”
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso reviews the state of the New York Jets franchise and what changes need to be made
Joe Caporoso gives his thoughts on the state of the New York Jets franchise and what changes need to be made.
Dan Essien with a comprehensive review of the New York Jets “rebuild” and how it compares to other teams in similar situations league wide in recent years…
The New York Jets had a very hopeful offseason preceding the 2018 regular season. GM Mike Maccagnan was seemingly able to fix the Jets’ long suffered lack of a franchise quarterback when he secured Sam Darnold. Everything was gravy just a few months ago. However, we’ve reached that inevitable point in the season where Jets fans are struggling to balance long term patience with where the on the field product currently is. Here’s the thing: It should be better. However, that statement might not be for the reason you think.
Continue reading “New York Jets: Rebuild Reality Check”
Joe Caporoso with thoughts on how the New York Jets should handle the rest of the 2018 regular season
The New York Jets have now lost three games in a row to drop their record to 3-6. Instead of pouring over Sunday’s slop-fest again, which I did right here, let’s take a step back to review what the team should do the rest of the season…now that their season is over again in early November, a tradition like no other! This is not a comprehensive organizational overhaul discussion, which we’ll save for the bye week, rather this is what the team should do over their final seven games in an attempt to squeeze some value out of them.
Heading into the 2018 season the expectations for the New York Jets weren’t very high as the team was willing to concede short term success in order to develop their 21-year old rookie quarterback. There would undoubtedly be highs and lows throughout the roller coaster ride of the season, but the growth and development of Sam Darnold is the primary focus of the organization.
Joe Caporoso with initial reaction to the New York Jets 13-6 loss to the Miami Dolphins
When you are working on a 8 year playoff drought, there are many bad football games along the way. The New York Jets added one to their recent Mount Rushmore of incompetence today in a 13-6 tic-tac-toe match against the nearly equally incompetent Miami Dolphins. It was a tour de force of trash as the Jets porous game management and haphazard roster building was on full display alongside a career worst game from their rookie quarterback, Sam Darnold.