Joe Caporoso previews the New York Jets week 1 match-up against the Tampa Bay Bucs and talks with Sirius NFL Host Zig Fracassi
Mike O’Connor with a look at where the New York Jets’ offensive positions stand heading into the season
As a football fan, being surprised by a position group on your favorite team can be a great or terrible thing. Watching a position group exceed expectations is uplifting, but there’s nothing worse than being slapped in the face by poor play from a position that you didn’t think could be such a weak spot. Thus, it can only help to have a thorough knowledge of how the different positions could perform, how the depth will hold up, if they can be liabilities throughout the year, and if they could be possible draft or off-season needs in the future.
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Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio breaks down the New York Jets’ Week 1 opponent, the Tampa Bay Bucs.
In the beginning of every week throughout the regular season, Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio will provide an overview of the upcoming New York Jets opponent. He kicks things off with a closer look at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Once the Tampa Bay Bucs and New York Jets completed their trade of Darrelle Revis, the Week 1 match-up took on a whole extra layer of meaning. What was once thought to be a battle between 2009 first round quarterbacks not named Matthew Stafford, was now morphed into the “Revis Bowl.” After a summer of beat writers with agendas ripping the team to shreds, the only thing that matters is upon us: a 1 PM kickoff on Sunday, September 8th at MetLife Stadium. Let’s get to know the opponent that will be lining up across from the New York Jets during Week 1.
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Connor Rogers looks at under the radar aspects of the New York Jets week 1 match-up against the Tampa Bay Bucs
The preseason is finally over and as always the mood is tense in New York Jets land. The media is continuously attacking Rex Ryan (for going to his son’s college football game) and every “analyst” has the Jets winning 2 games. Shocking? Not in the slightest bit. With all of this smoke covering up what really matters (the Jets are a football team, not a soap opera) there is a very important matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this Sunday. Let’s dive into the football aspects of this matchup that have flew under the radar: Continue reading “New York Jets vs. Tampa Bay Bucs – Under The Radar Edition”
How New York Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg can protect rookie quarterback Geno Smith in his first NFL start
While nothing is official yet, it appears the New York Jets will start Geno Smith 6 days from now in their regular season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. If the pre-season was any indication, Smith isn’t quite ready to be a starting quarterback in the NFL. Regardless, the Jets are going to need to roll with him. How can Offensive Coordinator Marty Mornhinweg protect his rookie quarterback and maximize the Jets’ chances for offensive success against a rebuilt Tampa defense?
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TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the New York Jets heading into week 1 against Tampa Bay
TJ Rosenthal kicks off another week of New York Jets coverage at Turn On The Jets with his weekly No Huddle – Make sure to give TJ a follow on Twitter on Turn On The Jets a follow on Facebook.
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A collection of thoughts on the New York Jets waiver wire activity and current 53 man roster
A handful of thoughts on the New York Jets waiver moves today and where their current 53 man roster sits at.
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Cole Patterson on the expectations for the New York Jets rookie class this season
The NFL Draft provides an opportunity for teams to supplement rosters, improve on weak positions, and build a strong foundation for the future. While the hope for any draft class is that every player can become a contributing member of the team, that is far from reality. More often than not, a draft class will produce one or two starting caliber players at most. As the newly minted 53 man roster is composed today, the New York Jets look to be starting five rookies by year’s end. Is this level of rookie production a pipe dream or a realistic option?
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A very special Turn On The Jets 12 Pack is expanded to 30….with predictions for the New York Jets 2013 Season
Sometimes a 12 Pack just isn’t enough. Today, our regular Friday column at Turn On The Jets is going to give you 30 predictions for the New York Jets season. We are sure you will disagree with plenty of them so tell us where we went wrong here in the comment section, on Twitter or on Facebook. Enjoy your Labor Day Weekend!
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Joe Caporoso on New York Jets fans enduring love for 3rd and 4th string quarterbacks
If you want to be a popular quarterback with New York Jets fans, your best best is to slide as far down the depth chart as possible. We know the backup quarterback is always the most popular guy in town but here with the Jets, the third and fourth stringers have truly become the belles of the ball.
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