2016 NFL Draft – Moritz Boehringer Scouting Report

Joe Malfa with a scouting report on German Football League WR Moritz Boehringer

Joe Malfa continues our 2016 NFL Draft scouting reports with a look at wide receiver Moritz Boehringer from the German Football League.

Name: Moritz Boehringer  Position: WR  School: N/A — German Football League  Height: 6’4″ Weight: 227

40-Time: 4.43 sec  Bench Press: 17 reps  Vertical Jump: 39″   Broad Jump: 10’11″

3-Cone Drill: 6.65 sec  20-Yard Shuttle: 4.10 sec  60-Yard Shuttle: N/A

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TOJ Podcast – New York Jets Argument Edition

Joe Caporoso, Dalbin Osorio and Connor Rogers fight it out on the biggest debates of the New York Jets 2016 offseason

Joe Caporoso, Dalbin Osorio and Connor Rogers are back with a new episode of the Turn On The Jets podcast. In today’s episode we take sides and debate out the Jets situation with Ryan Fitzpatrick, Muhammad Wilkerson, D’Brickashaw Ferguson and their young options at quarterback. We also run through our weekly “JUST STOP” and “Go Follow” segments.

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TOJ Roundtable – New York Jets Outside Linebacker Edition

The TOJ Roundtable discusses what the New York Jets depth chart will look like at outside linebacker in 2016

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!

What will the New York Jets depth chart look like at outside linebacker when the season opens? Furthermore, what are your expectations for second year player Lorenzo Mauldin?

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New York Jets Offseason: The Big Picture?

 In 2015 Mike Maccagnan arrived to the New York Jets with a bang en route to Executive of the Year honors, but this year is an altogether different challenge. Whereas last year was a surge toward respectability again, this year focuses more on tough decisions for the long-term health of the franchise.

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New York Jets – Scary Recent History Parallel?

Joe Caporoso on a few potentially scary historic parallels between the 2007 New York Jets and 2016 New York Jets

I want to preface this article by saying what the New York Jets did in 2007 will have no bearing on what they do in 2016. The purpose of this article is not to say the Jets are going to hit a major regression this season but to point out the oddly high amount of similarities between this past season and offseason and another Jets past season and offseason less than a decade ago…

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Turn On The Jets 12 Pack – New Jets Expectations Edition

Joe Caporoso with a Turn On The Jets 12 Pack on expectations for the new additions the New York Jets have made this offseason

The New York Jets have put a together a relatively quiet but productive offseason thus far considering their cap situation. Let’s quickly review what expectations should be for both their new additions and players they have decided to bring back.

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New York Jets – Quarterback Dating Carousel

Mike Donnelly parallels the New York Jets quarterback search to the search for a wife

It has been pretty crazy to read some of the things people have written / blogged / tweeted / said / called into WFAN / Instagrammed / shouted / whatever’d about when it comes to the Jets quarterback situation this offseason. Think of it like this: The Jets are a dude who is trying to find a girlfriend with the goal of ultimately finding a wife, because that’s essentially what is happening here. They’re trying to find the best person to help them move forward with their lives and have little championship babies. Here is what each potential quarterback represents:

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Get To Know Your Jets Nose Tackle – Steve McLendon

Joe Caporoso with a closer look at New York Jets nose tackle Steve McLendon, with insight from Dave Bryan of Steelers Depot

The New York Jets recently signed nose tackle Steve McLendon to a 3 year, 10.5 million dollar contract with 4 million guaranteed. He is expected to be the primary replacement for the departed Damon Harrison, along with second year player Deon Simon. McLendon is 30 years old and coming off six seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he began his career as an undrafted free agent. Let’s take a closer look at McLendon with a huge help from our friend Dave Bryan at Steelers Depot…

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TOJ Roundtable – New York Jets Cap Space Edition

The TOJ Roundtable discusses how the New York Jets should go about freeing up cap space

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!

How would you prefer to see the New York Jets free up cap space?

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New York Jets – On Maccagnan’s Ryan Fitzpatrick Evaluation

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The staunch low-level evaluation of Ryan Fitzpatrick by Mike Maccagnan has raised some eyebrows, some skepticism, and even some fans ready to dust off the ol’ number 7 Geno Smith jersey. Are the Jets really ready to dig their heels in long term? I’ll explore some reasons why the Jets are wise to hold their stance, but also why some popularly mooted alternatives may not provide a comparable option in 2016…

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