The New York Jets have made many additions to their offensive skill positions this offseason. To be exact, they have added two quarterbacks (Vick, Boyd), five receivers (Decker, Ford, Saunders, Evans, Enunwa), two running backs (Johnson, Richardson) and one tight end (Amaro). Let’s look through some of their formations from 2013 and how they can …
Mike Donnelly of TOJ grades the New York Jets 2014 lineup compared to last year’s team
Chris Johnson is a New York Jet. No longer the CJ2K of yesteryear (2009), many are left wondering what Johnson’s role with the team will be. While he may have lost a step, Johnson is still one of the most talented and durable players in the league. He should have a role with the Jets …
Cole Patterson breaks down the New York Jets wide receivers before Free Agency and the Draft
Cole Patterson breaks down the New York Jets running backs before Free Agency and the Draft
This New York Jets Specific NFL Draft Rankings will enumerate and narrow down prospects who fit the Jets needs and scheme. The series will cover: receiver, tight end, guard, safeties, and cornerback. Some highly regarded prospects may be dropped down the list or left off altogether because of their poor fit with the team.
TOJ Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio previews who the New York Jets could target at Wide Receiver in Free Agency.
The New York Jets could have as many as twelve draft picks in 2014. As they stand right now, the Jets have $25,861,726 in cap space. With expected cuts of Santonio Holmes, Mark Sanchez, and Antonio Cromartie, the Jets should have $51,911,726 in cap space. That gives them a lot of room to work with. This is a …
Joe Caporoso with a deep dive on the New York Jets offense heading into the second half of the season
I never thought I’d get the chance to say associate the 2013 Jets with a “trap game,” but here we are in Week Six with the 0-4 Steelers a clearly inferior opponent. With the Patriots’ match-up on the horizon, the Jets could be caught in a trap game this week.