New York Jets – Six Thoughts at Pick #6

Jeff Lloyd with six options for the New York Jets with the 6th overall pick…

The New York Jets are currently 64 days from their first round selection in the 2017 NFL Draft. Obviously with the NFL Combine looming and the pending free agency period soon to begin a ton can change between now and than. This is a roster with glaring needs everywhere I’m going to narrow it down the six biggest area’s of concern with this team and what solutions can be offered…

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TOJ Pick Six – Top 6 Tight Ends In The NFL Draft

Dalbin Osorio looks at the top six TE prospects in the NFL Draft and how the New York Jets will approach the position this April…

With this week’s #PickSix, the attention turns to the tight end position, a perpetual area of weakness for the New York Jets over the past few years…

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New York Jets – Why Does The 2nd Round Suck?

Joe Caporoso on why the New York Jets keep failing in the second round…

The New York Jets have struggled with drafting over the past decade. One round in particular magnifies this problem, the second round. Why do the Jets keep missing in this spot of the draft and what common thread exists between all the picks? Let’s dig a little deeper into the history…

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New York Jets – No Running Back With 6th Overall Pick

Joe Caporoso on why the New York Jets should not consider a running back with the 6th overall pick

A popular mock draft selection for the New York Jets is either LSU running back Leonard Fournette or FSU running back Dalvin Cook. Either selection would be a mistake for the Jets with the 6th overall pick as the team cannot afford to invest in a luxury position with their most valuable piece of capital to improve their roster this offseason.

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NFL Draft – 5 Mock Favorites For New York Jets

Ryan Marcone on five mock draft favorites for the New York Jets

Who will the New York Jets have to look forward to with the 6th overall pick in this year’s NFL Draft? I thought it would be interesting to take a statistical look at what the mock drafts are predicting for the Jets. I have compiled the results of thirty mock drafts from respected outlets such as SI.com, Bleacher Report, CBS Sports, SB Nation, ESPN, and several newspapers and tallied their predictions to see who are the mock draft favorites for the Jets at six… Continue reading “NFL Draft – 5 Mock Favorites For New York Jets”

TOJ Pick Six – Top NFL Draft Eligible Wide Receivers

Dalbin Osorio ranks the top six receivers in the NFL Draft and considers if the Jets may take one this April…

With this week’s #PickSix, the attention turns to the pass catchers that will be aiming to make their mark in the NFL next year. While this isn’t a class to the level of the Beckham/Evans/Watkins class, there are contributors littered all over it. Let’s breakdown the guys that we think could do a good job of catching an errant Christian Hackenberg/Bryce Petty overthrow in this week’s #PickSix..

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TOJ Pick Six – Top 6 NFL Draft Eligible Running Backs

Dalbin Osorio ranks the top six NFL Draft eligible running backs. Will the New York Jets consider any?

With this week’s #PickSix, the attention turns to the ballcarriers that are draft eligible. A lot of fans, due in large part to how good Ezekial Elliott looked this past year, have started to suggest that the New York Jets and other teams should take a running back in the first or second round. I’ll break down what I would do if i’m the Jets, and what I predict they will do. On to the running backs…

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TOJ Podcast – Jets Offensive Line & Draft Debates Edition

Joe Caporoso and Dalbin Osorio discuss the New York Jets offensive line, debate drafting a running back in the top ten and answer your Twitter questions…

Joe Caporos and Dalbin Osorio discuss the New York Jets offensive line long term, debate drafting a running back in the top ten and answer your Jets questions off Twitter. 

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New York Jets Rookie Recap – Undrafted Free Agents

Nikki Charlesworth reviews the performance of New York Jets UDFAs…

Last preseason, we featured each of the rookies drafted or signed as an UDFA, breaking down their college career, strengths, weaknesses and potential. Despite the temptation, as a knee jerk reaction, to write off the entire team, last year’s groundwork is still relevant, as a number of these rookies showed great future potential.  They may not have all had immediate impact, but some are certainly positive building blocks. Now that the season is over, how did they fare? Lets start by taking a look at what happened to the UDFAs.

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NFL Draft – 1st Round Production In Middle Rounds?

Joe Malfa looks at what players selected after round one in the NFL Draft could have a round one impact…

The Jets need to find first round production beyond the first round in order to make this a swift, successful rebuild. The Seahawks were able to do this from 2010 to 2012 and won a Super Bowl. Joe Malfa takes a look at potential fits for the Jets in rounds two and three that may produce as first rounders.

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