Clayton Smarslok with his weekly New York Jets coaching report card….
This was one of the more brutal games to watch in some time, and that is saying a lot. After the 13-6 loss against the Miami Dolphins in week nine, the Jets fall to 3-6 on the year, dropping three in a row. Frustration levels have risen to a season high from fans, players and coaches as the team looks to be fluttering. As the seats for the coaching staff are getting hotter and hotter by the minute, let’s go over how they did this past Sunday to help them get to this point.
Greg Armstrong with his New York Jets Week 7 report card…
It was miserable, windy day at MetLife Stadium on Sunday and it was miserable performance from Sam Darnold and co. They were plagued by miscues and undisciplined football, similar to that of the past four years under Todd Bowles. Here’s my Week 7 report card. (more…)
Clayton Smarslok with his weekly New York Jets coaching report card
Coming off a big win against the Broncos last week, the Jets were looking to get back to .500 on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts in week six. Usually these games end up in disappointment but after a 42-34 win, things may be looking up for the New York Jets.
Greg Armstrong with his Jets Week 5 Report Card…
After a couple of bad performances, the Jets got back on track at home against the Broncos. It was a real complete effort from the coaching staff all the way to special teams. It was a great performance for the team and the fan base after a couple of weeks of hostility following losses. (more…)
Clayton Smarslok with his weekly New York Jets coaching report card…
Going into the season I didn’t expect all that much from this Jets team. I thought in a good year they would get 8 or 9 wins but more likely ending with 6 or 7. With expectations not quite that high, this has managed to be even more disappointing than I thought it could be. In the midst of a three game losing streak, there are still too many mistakes all around the team. Again, the loss to the Jaguars was pretty much expected but it was how they got that loss that hurts.
Clayton Smarslok with a New York Jets coaching report card through three weeks…
Even though the Jets were playing the Browns, who hadn’t won a game in almost two years, it was not like they were playing the same old Browns. Cleveland was coming off two solid performances against the likes of the Steelers and Saints resulting in a 0-1-1 record, which could and should have been 2-0. So seeing the final score be 21-17 on the road against what has proven to be a tough opponent in the early going was not surprising. What was surprising was how they got to that final score and these four have a lot to do with it.
Greg Armstrong with his New York Jets team report card for Week 2…
It certainly wasn’t the same game we witnessed on Monday night in Detroit but there were still some bright spots in the Jets Week 2 loss to the Dolphins. Here is my report card for Week 2. (more…)
Clayton Smarslok with a coaching report card for the New York Jets in week 1…
Man oh man, how about that season opener? If not all of us, then most of us went into Monday night thinking the Jets would most likely compete and possibly win the game but boy were we wrong in the greatest of ways. After a dominant 48-17 win over the Lions, the team must put the game behind them and look forward to their next game against Miami. As for us, we’re going to take a look back and grade the coaches in all three facets of the game.
Joe Malfa with an offensive report card for the Jets vs. the Seahawks
Here is Joe Malfa with grades for the Jets’ offensive performance against the Seahawks…
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Joe Malfa grades out the New York Jets offense against the Buffalo Bills
Here is Joe Malfa with grades for the Jets’ offensive performance against the Bills…
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