Scott Mason talks to Joe Blewett to preview TOJ’s newest podcast TOJ Film Room with part 2 of an in-depth look at Sam Darnold’s 2017 USC film! Joe talks his observations about Sam Darnold, explains concepts like only he can, and takes us into the TOJ Film Room for an A-Z breakdown of Sam Darnold’s performance against Texas, Cal, and Washington State!
Episode 88 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason talks to Joe Blewett to preview TOJ’s newest podcast TOJ Film Room with part 2 of an in-depth look at Sam Darnold’s 2017 USC film!
Joe talks his observations about Sam Darnold, explains concepts like only he can, and takes us into the TOJ Film Room for an A-Z breakdown of Sam Darnold’s performance against Texas, Cal, and Washington State!
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso and Connor Rogers review the 2018 NFL Draft and the New York Jets haul of picks…
Joe Caporoso and Connor Rogers review the 2018 NFL Draft and discuss the New York Jets class, including what their short and long term expectations should be…
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New Draft SZN Podcast: Dalbin Osorio and Joe Malfa review the 2018 NFL Draft with Michael Nania…
Dalbin Osorio and Joe Malfa are back for a brand new episode of the Draft SZN Podcast! This week they discuss the Jets’ picks in the 2018 NFL Draft!
Plus, Dalbin and Joe talk with Michael Nania to dissect the rookie free agents the team signed after the draft.
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Dominic DeAngelo on Sam Darnold’s personality being the perfect fit for the New York Jets
A guest post from Dominic DeAngelo, freelancer at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Send in your guest posts to JoeC@TurnOnTheJets.com…
Oh, I’ve been that guy. The one that wanted to see Mark Sanchez suit up in
the green and white despite his college coach telling him it was too early
to go the one that was rooting for Tim Tebow to get a few shots under center for that cup of coffee he was up in East Rutherford (or down if you factor in
his current Binghamton residence) and yes, I was that same person who
wanted gang green to roll the dice with Johnny Football.
Dalbin Osorio with an initial big board for the 2019 NFL Draft…
With the NFL Draft just concluded, we’ll have grades and analysis of the picks and UDFAs over the next few weeks, but it’s also never too late to start to think about 2019 and who the New York Jets could target with their first round pick. I won’t pretend to know where that will land, but I do anticipate that four teams will be looking for quarterbacks next year (Dolphins, Bengals, Saints, and Washington). This will undoubtedly push some talent down to where the Jets can land an impact player even if they’re picking in the mid-teens. Let’s take a look at who the top 32 prospects are to watch as Spring Football kicks off, and who the Jets could target.
Connor Rogers with grades for each of the New York Jets picks in the 2018 NFL Draft…
What a whirlwind draft week was, especially for the New York Jets. It was hard to imagine a scenario where Sam Darnold tumbled to three, but this is why it’s one of the more unpredictable events in all of sports.
Even without a second round selection, the team found value and remained active in the trade market. While these weren’t all household names, quite a few were favorites amongst the national draft media.
Let’s grade each pick the Jets made this year.
Joe Caporoso reviews the New York Jets 2018 draft class…
The New York Jets drafted six players over the weekend and also traded a seventh round pick for a veteran defensive lineman. Here is a full review of their selections and decision making in the 2018 NFL Draft. Linked here is our same article from the day after the 2017 NFL Draft.
The 2018 NFL Draft has come to an end. The Jets found their franchise quarterback; but how did the rest of the AFC East fare? Daniel Mosher breaks down the division.
With the 2018 NFL Draft in the books, Daniel Mosher breaks down how the weekend’s selections will impact the AFC East.
Arthur Irwin for Jets Brasil on day three of the NFL Draft for the New York Jets
Falar de Sam Darnold necessita de um texto inteiro e farei isso, porém, dessa vez, me dedicarei aos outros jogadores draftados, selecionados na sexta e no sábado.
Nesse sentido, foi um draft recheado de surpresas com toda certeza. Os times demonstraram que realmente não ligam muito para mock draft. O Jets foi um deles.
The Jets selected Virginia State RB Trenton Cannon 204th overall. Daniel Essien gives his initial reaction to the pick.
The New York Jets selected Virginia State running back Trenton Cannon with the 204th overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. Here are a few initial thoughts:
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