Joe Caporoso with an overview of New York Jets GM Mike Maccagnan’s check list for the upcoming off-season
In previous articles we have reviewed how New York Jets GM Mike Maccagnan performed in free agency, the NFL Draft and in the trade market. Let’s take a quick overview of what his checklist should look like heading into this off-season. If you missed it, here are 12 predictions on what will happen.
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Joe Caporoso with a Turn On The Jets 12 Pack of statistical nuggets on the 2015 New York Jets season and what they mean going forward…
Welcome back to another edition of the Turn On The Jets 12 Pack. Make sure to give us a follow on Twitter and Facebook! Today, we take a look at some 2015 New York Jets statistical nuggets and what they could mean for next year…
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David Aitken looks at how the New York Jets could handle Muhammad Wilkerson’s contract situation this off-season
The third edition of Five Difficult Decisions looks at the most polarizing question of all – should the New York Jets trade Muhammad Wilkerson? The answer may be a little more complicated than simply keeping the team’s best player…
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Connor Rogers with his first seven round mock draft for the New York Jets in 2016
It’s that time of the year, one of my favorite annual traditions: a seven round mock draft for the New York Jets…
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Joe Caporoso with 12 predictions for the New York Jets 2016 off-season
The TOJ Roundtable discusses what new addition to the New York Jets will exceed and fail to meet expectations
The TOJ Roundtable is back. Make sure to give everybody a follow on Twitter and to let us know your opinion down in the comment section below! Today’s question is…
What new addition to the New York Jets will exceed expectations and what new addition will fail to meet expectations?
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Joe Malfa lists five notable players that could be surprising cuts as the New York Jets continue their offseason activities.
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Dave Balcombe and Nikki Charlesworth debut the New York Jets UK Chronicles
Turn On The Jets is happy to welcome Dave Balcombe and Nikki Charlesworth to the website as weekly contributors to offer a perspective on the team from the United Kingdom. Make sure to follow Dave and his site, along with Nikki and her site.
2015 is slated to be a huge year for the New York Jets and more so than ever as a UK fan. The arrival of the Green and White at Wembley Stadium in October will hopefully bring a raft of new fans; ones eager to see the line up put together by Mike Maccagnan and Todd Bowles running out on our hallowed turf. Whether you believe it or not, there already exists, across the UK and wider Europe, a passionate and well informed Jets fan base keen to have their voices heard. As two fans matching that description, this column will portray an insight into the views of the UK fan base on both wider Jets and international specific content. Continue reading “New York Jets UK Chronicles – Welcome!”
Joe Caporoso on the New York Jets special teams heading into 2015
The New York Jets have not been a good football team the past four years. Their issues on the offensive side of the football have been well documented, while their defense gradually decayed from a top tier unit to an overrated, sluggish group who could not force a turnover or make a game changing play. Fortunately, this off-season has actively went about remedying many of those problems thanks to impressive overhaul from the front office, to coaching staff through scouting and down to the roster. One question that is understandably lost in the shuffle is can the Jets improve their special teams, which declined into comedic end-zone camouflage antics in 2014 (his jersey is GREEN and the field is GREEN…they will never see him!)
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Joe Caporoso on the New York Jets building and keeping depth across their roster
The New York Jets have continued to aggressively add depth to their roster in the past week, signing Erin Henderson, Stevan Ridley, Joe Mays and bringing back Leger Douzable. The team has now added at least one veteran at every position this off-season, except outside linebacker/edge (a hint for the NFL Draft?). Depth is critical and something Jets fans shouldn’t be in a hurry to discard…
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