Scott Mason wraps up his interview with author Nicholas Dawidoff on the 2011 New York Jets in this week’s Play Like A Jet Podcast…
Episode 4 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason interviews Nicholas Dawidoff, author of Collision Low Crossers, on the 2011 New York Jets. This is part three of a three part interview on the beginning of the end of the Rex Ryan era. Part two is here!
Joe Caporoso with a PrimeSport Turn On The Jets 12 pack ranking the current top players on the roster…and a new shirt sale!
Welcome back to another edition of the Turn On The Jets 12 Pack, brought to you by PrimeSport, official sponsor of the New York Jets. Make sure you subscribe to our TOJ Podcast and our new Play Like A Jet Podcast.
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Daniel Essien on the best ways to enjoy football when your favorite team is losing…
There’s no guarantee that the Jets are going to be bad. There’s just a really high likelihood that this upcoming season won’t be very enjoyable from the fan’s perspective. It’s easy to just be a sack of sadness and whine whenever things inevitably go wrong every game. But there are better ways to watch football when the Jets aren’t piling up wins.
Joe Malfa begins his season long tracking of the top projected quarterbacks in the 2017 NFL Draft
The writing is on the wall for the New York Jets in 2017. With one of the worst rosters in the league (arguably the worst), Gang Green is pretty much a lock to land a top-five pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.
The organization has been searching for a true franchise QB for decades, and it appears to be a good year to be bad.
The 2018 draft class is QB-heavy, with three top prospects that have scouts salivating: Sam Darnold (USC), Josh Rosen (UCLA) and Josh Allen (Wyoming).
One of these three players may receive a phone call from Mike Maccagnan on the night of April 26, so you might want to watch a few games and familiarize yourselves with the potential future of the Jets’ franchise.
Here is a guide to each of these QB’s biggest games of 2017:
Joe Caporoso with a completely subjective power rankings of the AFC heading into training camp. Where do the New York Jets land?
Time for a completely subjective power rankings of the AFC. As always, leave your complaints in the comment section and over on Twitter. If you are annoyed about the New York Jets spot, remember talent does not always equal record.
Joe Caporoso and Dalbin Osorio wrap up New York Jets spring football, preview training camp and discuss the team’s new “Boarding Pass” ticket initiative…
Joe Caporoso and Dalbin Osorio wrap up New York Jets spring football, preview training camp and discuss the team’s new “Boarding Pass” ticket initiative. What type of season should we expect from both the team and the fans?
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Joe Caporoso on a handful of potential deep sleepers on the New York Jets 2017 roster
If you have not noticed, the New York Jets do not have a roster full of household names. When discussing breakout players for the team in 2017, many fans have a somewhat similar list of players they speak highly of. However, who are a few players flying under the radar, even on this roster, who could become bigger factors than most are anticipating?
The TOJ Roundtable discusses their picks for New York Jets breakout player in 2017…
The TOJ Roundtable is back. Make sure to give everybody a follow on Twitter and to let us know your opinion down in the comment section below!
Who is your New York Jets breakout player for 2017?
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Joe Caporoso on the state of the New York Jets tight end and fullback position
The New York Jets offense has not prominently featured the traditional tight end or fullback position in recent years. In 2013 and 2014, they dealt with the incompetence of Jeff Cumberland and Jace Amaro. In 2015, they creatively utilized Quincy Enunwa as a hybrid H-Back to supplement the position. In 2016, when Enunwa shifted out to receiver, the positions fell into complete irrelevance. Will the hiring of John Morton at Offensive Coordinator change the prioritization of tight end or fullback and do the Jets have the resources to utilize the position?
Joe Caporoso with a review of the New York Jets spring and what to expect this summer…
Rookie minicamp is in the books. OTAs have come and went. Minicamp is officially wrapped. Spring football is gone for good (Amen), meaning the next time the New York Jets are on a football field, it will be for training camp. What did we learn this spring and what does it mean for this summer?