New TJT Podcast: Ben and Kyle take your calls and discuss the New York Jets upcoming matchup against the Colts…
In this week’s installment of TJT; Ben and Kyle breakdown the Broncos game, talk Todd Bowles, Magic Mike, and the biggest steals of the Offseason. The boys end with a preview of the Jets/Colts game for Sunday.
Scott Mason talks to Darryl Slater of NJ Advance Media to recap the Jets’ 31-12 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Episode 155 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason talks to Darryl Slater of NJ Advance Media to recap the Jets’ 31-12 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Darryl talks about Sam Darnold’s performance and quotes from the locker room, Todd Bowles’ confusing gameplan and equally confusing locker room quotes, frustration of Leonard Williams and Jordan Jenkins, Jamal Adams ranting on Twitter, Doug Marrone’s late two-point conversion attempt, the latest injury news, quotes from the locker room & more!
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Daniel Essien recaps the Jets week 3 showdown against the Cleveland Browns with #JetsTwitter
The Jets were trying to bounce back from a week 2 loss to the Dolphins at home, as they traveled to Cleveland to take on the Browns. To many fans, the Browns seemed like an ideal opponent bounce back into form. But of course, it’s never that easy. Let’s follow the highs and lows through #JetsTwitter.
One of the greatest conundrums in the NFL is whether to fit players to your scheme or fit your scheme to your players. These days there’s more a movement towards teams adapting to the players they acquire. But often, particularly in the recent past, teams have passed up on better talent just to add players that fit their scheme better. This week Dalbin Osorio joins the pod to discuss this topic. Listen to our in-depth look at how today’s NFL approaches the scheme dilemma in episode 2 of Buck the Trend below:
One of the greatest conundrums in the NFL is whether to fit players to your scheme or fit your scheme to your players. These days there’s more a movement towards teams adapting to the players they acquire. But often, particularly in the recent past, teams have passed up on better talent just to add players that fit their scheme better.
This week Dalbin Osorio joins the pod to discuss this topic. Listen to our in-depth look at how today’s NFL approaches the scheme dilemma in episode 2 of Buck the Trend below:
Daniel Essien with an evaluation of coordinators Kacy Rodgers and John Morton for the New York Jets…
Continuing our staff evaluations with a look at the New York Jets’ offensive and defensive coordinators. The Jets overhauled the much of their staff, including offensive coordinator Chan Gailey after last season. Of the few retained was defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers. Amongst the new hires was first time offensive coordinator John Morton, who was formerly the wide receiver coach for the New Orleans Saints. Let’s take a look at how they’ve done so far.
Daniel Essien with an evaluation of Todd Bowles’ job as Head Coach for the New York Jets…
As the Jets rebuild continues, it’s important that they take a detailed look at their front office and coaching staff to determine where there’s progress and where changes need to be made. Last week, we looked at Mike Maccagnan’s performance so far as GM of the New York Jets. Let’s continue early staff evaluations with head coach Todd Bowles.
Dan Marcus on the early impact of New York Jets Head Coach Todd Bowles
The NFL is a fickle temptress. The proverbial economic pie has become so big that owners are willing to swing that Black Monday Axe earlier in their quest to find their franchise’s Bill Parcells or (despite what happened Sunday), Bill Belichick. The stink of losing has become so great that most owners look to distance themselves as far as possible from the prior regime; If the former Head Coach was a defensive specialist, you can bet the next one will be an offensive guru; if the last Head Coach was a loud, boisterous braggart, then the next one will be serving the team and the fan base a healthy portion of humble pie.
Continue reading “New York Jets – Todd Bowles Already Making His Mark”
Connor Rogers on why the New York Jets need to bring Darrelle Revis back
It’s time for the Jets to bring home the all-world cornerback, to finish his illustrious career right where it all started… Continue reading “It’s Time For The Jets To Bring Darrelle Revis Home”
Connor Rogers goes inside the film room to break down Todd Bowles’ defense…
With a new, defense oriented head coach in place, the Jets will look to makeover a unit that allowed 24 or more points in 11 of their 16 games in 2014 (30 or more points in 6 games). So what does Todd Bowles scheme look like? How many different looks does he run? How did the Cardinals’ defense perform in key situations? Let’s take a look… Continue reading “Inside The Defensive Film Room – Todd Bowles Edition”