Scott Mason talks with Whistle Sports’ VP of Social Media and Owner of TurnontheJets.com Joe Caporoso about the breaking news that Jamal Adams has officially been traded to the Seattle Seahawks!
Episode 747 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason talks with Whistle Sports’ VP of Social Media and Owner of TurnontheJets.com Joe Caporoso about the breaking news that Jamal Adams has officially been traded to the Seattle Seahawks!
The drama is finally over: Jamal Adams has been traded (along with a 2022 4th round pick) to the Seattle Seahawks for a 2021 1st rounder, a 2021 3rd rounder, a 2022 1st rounder, and Safety Bradley McDougald!
Joe joins the show to share his thoughts on the deal, plus how the trade compensation stacks up with other superstars who have been traded, how Jets GM Joe Douglas handled the whole Adams situation, what this means for the Jets going forward, and much more!
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Greg Armstrong with a deep dive on New York Jets 4th round pick quarterback James Morgan
Check out today’s deep dive on New York Jets 4th round pick, quarterback James Morgan…
James Kuntz with a deep dive on New York Jets third round pick, Jabari Zuniga
Perhaps the most unpopular Jets Draft Pick of Day 2 is Florida Defensive Lineman Jabari Zuniga. Zuniga is simultaneously an intriguing and confusing prospect: despite being listed as an EDGE Rusher, Zuniga is far more effective on the interior. Adding even more complexity to his evaluation is the fact that, when lined up as a 4-3 end, Zuniga’s above-average explosiveness is often nullified by his inability to consistently react to the snap on time.
Finally, although Zuniga possesses the strength to consistently cave the pocket with his bull rush, he rarely sacks the Quarterback. The question is inevitable: how should we view a player with such anomalous versatility and evident physical talent, who consistently fails to show up on the stat sheet.
First, it’s worth examining how he performs in the two most important phases of play for defensive linemen: pass rush and run defense.
Joe Belic with a deep dive on New York Jets 4th round pick, OL Cameron Clark
The Jets had some question marks in terms of run blocking going into the draft but addressed the issue with two absolute maulers: Mekhi Becton and Cameron Clark.
Clark, the 129th overall pick in the fourth round of the NFL draft, played left tackle all four seasons for the UNC Charlotte 49ers, but it’s widely believed he’s best suited to play guard at the next level.
One part brain and one part brawn, Clark is the perfect combination of smarts and down-right nastiness; his sheer will to dominate defenders is at the heart of his game. A natural-born leader, his stacked resume includes Dean’s list, offensive MVP, and team captain. Extremely durable to boot, Clark started 31 straight games during his collegiate career.
Michael Meegan with a UDFA breakdown of New York Jets UDFA signing, DB Shyheim Carter
Much like he has with the offensive line, Joe Douglas has been busy overhauling the team’s secondary. Pierre Desir, Quincy Wilson, Bryce Hall, and Ashtyn Davis are just some of the new faces brought into the unit previously known as New Jack City. The Jets will need much improved play from this unit as the Duck Hodges and Matt Barkley’s have been replaced with Russell Wilson and Patrick Mahomes’ on the schedule in 2020. After that draft, Douglas went to the NFL talent factory that is the University of Alabama and brought in Shyheim Carter as a UDFA to see if he can help this unit.
James Kuntz with a deep dive on New York Jets 3rd round pick, defensive back Ashtyn Davis
One of the most surprising picks of Joe Douglas’ inaugural draft class is California Safety Ashtyn Davis, who was selected with the Jets’ first 3rd round pick. Judging from Jets twitter, Davis has quickly become a fan favorite among the 2020 draft class. This article provides a closer look at Davis’ strengths and weaknesses as a player in the form of a scouting report.
Joe Belic with a deep dive into New York Jets 4th round pick, La’Mical Perine featuring an interview with Matt Waldman of FootballGuys.Com
Running back La’Mical Perine proved Gators don’t sweat as he tweeted “Patience”—a virtue he possesses both on and off the field—while awaiting his turn to be chosen in the NFL Draft.
Many suspected Gang Green would address the position due to lack of depth and Le’Veon Bell’s questionable return for the 2021 season. With their first pick (No. 120) in the fourth round, the New York Jets selected the bruising runner out of Florida.
Michael Meegan with a UDFA profile of Memphis edge Bryce Huff
The position of edge has been a decade long need for the Jets. With Jordan Jenkins the only pulse they have currently and him likely walking in 2021, the Jets have to exercise all kinds of dart throws to fill the position. Bryce Huff is an intriguing UDFA that could have shot to make the roster…
Joe Belic with initial reaction to the New York Jets trading for CB Quincy Wilson
Once again, Gang Green adds additional talent to its arsenal of defensive players by trading the 211th pick to the Indiana Colts for cornerback Quincy Wilson.
Greg Armstrong with initiial reaction to the Jets taking CB Bryce Hall in the 5th round…
Hey now! Joe Douglas grabs a steal in the fifth round to help bolster the Jets CB depth. Judging by the reaction of not only Jets Twitter but also scouts, the Jets nailed this pick. (more…)