Daniel Essen breaks down the current status of the New York Jets defense and how they could go about improving it…
The New York Jets defense regressed from last year in a big way. What was the 4th best defense in the NFL last season, fell to the 18th ranked defense and displayed performances that were downright awful at times. Here we’ll look at potential solutions to all the problematic areas of the Jets defense as they begin to rebuild in 2017…
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Joe Caporoso, Dalbin Osorio and Edward Gorelik break down the top four quarterbacks in the NFL Draft: Deshaun Watson, Deshone Kizer, Patrick Mahomes and Mitch Trubisky. They also discuss moving on from Brandon Marshall…
Joe Caporoso, Dalbin Osorio and Edward Gorelik discuss the top four quarterbacks in the 2017 NFL Draft: Deshaun Watson, Deshone Kizer, Mitch Trubisky and Patrick Mahmoes. How do they rank out and who should the New York Jets consider? They also discuss the rumor that Brandon Marshall will be released by the Jets.
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Mike McLaughlin on if the New York Jets should draft another quarterback…
To draft a quarterback, or to not draft a quarterback: The New York Jets, yet again, face that decision. Some fans and commentators alike are arguing that choosing another one would mean general manager Mike Maccagnan is admitting he made a mistake in selecting Christian Hackenberg. Should a team actually operate that way?
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Joe Malfa with his first mock to prepare for the 2017 NFL Draft
There is still a long way to go before the NFL Draft. A lot of things will change between now and April, but Joe Malfa put together his first mock draft of the season now that the order is set for the top-20.
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Joe Malfa with a prospect breakdown for Florida State running back Dalvin Cook
Florida State takes on Michigan at 8 p.m. in the Capital One Orange Bowl. It is one of the best games of the bowl season, and it features one of the best running back prospects. Joe Malfa takes a quick look at Florida State’s Dalvin Cook.
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Joe Malfa kicks off TOJ’s Bowl Season draft coverage with a look at SDSU running back Donnel Pumphrey
It’s the most wonderful time of the year — bowl season. Not all of the games feature great teams, but every game has a couple of draft prospects. Throughout bowl season, TOJ will be profiling the top draft prospects playing in each game. Joe Malfa kicks things off with a look at San Diego State RB Donnel Pumphrey:
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Kevin Zielaznicki breaks down the top ten NFL Draft prospects for this upcoming season
Even though the 2017 NFL Draft is eight months away, It’s never too early to look ahead at some of the potential top prospects. The 2017 draft class looks as if it will be deep at the runningback position with big name prospects like LSU’s Leonard Fournette and Stanford’s Christian McCaffrey headlining the group. The group of EDGE defenders also looks strong with Texas A&M star Myles Garrett and Auburn’s Carl Lawson being talked about as potential top five picks. And like the past few years, there are two quarterbacks, Deshaun Watson and Brad Kaaya, that will be fighting for the title of best in the class. But as we all know, a lot can change immensely in eight months. The number one overall pick in the 2017 Draft could be a player that no one is talking about right now and that is one of the greatest things about this event.
After a brief film study from last year’s games, I’ve compiled a list of the Top 10 potential prospects for the 2017 NFL Draft. Some of these players are underclassmen and although they are eligible to enter the draft, they may elect to stay at school in hopes of raising their draft stock or to finish their college degrees. These rankings are not final and will undoubtedly change multiple of times as we go through the college football season.
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