Ben DiNapoli with his weekly breakdown of the New York Jets secondary…
Coming off two bad losses, the Jets put forth their worst performance of the season in week 4, losing to the Jaguars 31-12. Jacksonville dominated pretty much every aspect of the game and although the Jets had a chance to make it close in the 4th quarter, there was never a feeling they would be able to complete the comeback. It was a bad game for the defense as a whole, but especially for the secondary, which as a unit, made Blake Bortles look like one of the NFL’s elite quarterbacks. As a result, you have to wonder, is this ultra-confident secondary merely more bark than bite?
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso and Evan Silva talk Sam Darnold’s first four games and discuss why Denver may be a favorable matchup for the New York Jets…
Joe Caporoso and Evan Silva discuss Sam Darnold’s first four games, how he compares to the other rookie quarterbacks and why Denver may be a favorable matchup for the New York Jets.
Clayton Smarslok with his weekly New York Jets coaching report card…
Going into the season I didn’t expect all that much from this Jets team. I thought in a good year they would get 8 or 9 wins but more likely ending with 6 or 7. With expectations not quite that high, this has managed to be even more disappointing than I thought it could be. In the midst of a three game losing streak, there are still too many mistakes all around the team. Again, the loss to the Jaguars was pretty much expected but it was how they got that loss that hurts.
Joe Caporoso with a Turn On The Jets 12 Pack of predictions for Jets vs. Broncos in week 5…
Welcome back to another edition of the Turn On The Jets 12 Pack. Make sure to check out our store at The Loyalist!
Dan Essien get’s weird with the New York Jets week 5 matchup against the Denver Broncos.
The New York Jets are stuck in a stretch of fairly poor form right now as they try to break a three game losing streak. With some starting to question the leadership of this team, it’s more important now to dive deep. Let’s look at some stats and observations ahead as we prepare for week 5 against the Broncos.
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso and Dan Essien preview the second quarter of the New York Jets 2018 schedule…
Joe Caporoso and Dan Essien preview the second quarter of the New York Jets schedule, which includes games against Denver, Indianapolis, Minnesota and Chicago. Can the Jets recover from their slow start during their three week home stretch? What changes need to be made from a personnel and coaching perspective?
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Clayton Smarslok with a 2019 NFL Mock Draft, one quarter of the way through the 2018 NFL season…
For 30 of the 32 teams, we are at the quarter-mark of the season. There are still many games to be played but why not have some fun during this rough stretch as Jets fans? Using the current (unofficial) order with strength of schedule being the tie-breaker, here goes my best shot upgrading each team.
* Don’t forget to check out my weekly NFL Draft Cheat Sheet for more information on these players!*
Joe Caporoso with a quarter pole analysis of the New York Jets 2018 season
The New York Jets are one fourth of the way through their 2018 schedule, which means it is a perfect time to step back to analyze what we have seen so far, project what we may see going forward, overreact to a few things and bring some levity to another potentially disappointing season.
Greg Armstrong with his Week 4 New York Jets report card…
Sundays 31-12 loss in Jacksonville didn’t feature many bright spots as units. Were there some bright plays? Yes. As whole units were there bright spots? Well, not really. An awful effort from the jump from an uninspired roster and coaching staff. (more…)