TOJ New York Jets Film Review – Jamal Adams’ Sophomore Season

Joe Blewett breaks down the film on Jamal Adams’ sophomore season…

Taking a look at Jamal Adams’s Sophomore season, over 68 plays. Don’t miss the breakdowns of Sam Darnold here…

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New York Jets Film Review – Robby Anderson, WR1?

Joe Caporoso with a closer look at Robby Anderson’s potential as the New York Jets lead receiver heading into 2019

Sam Danold will enter his second NFL season with the same lead receiver he had during his first NFL season, Robby Anderson. The 26 year old former UDFA, who is best known for his vertical speed, will be entering his fourth year with the Jets and is likely on the precipice of a new long term deal from the organization. Should the team feel good about their lead receiver heading into 2019, despite him not yet registering a 1,000 yard season?

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Joe Caporoso is the Owner and EIC of Turn On The Jets. His writing has been featured in the New York Times, Huffington Post, MMQB and AdWeek. Caporoso played football his entire life, including four years at Muhlenberg as a wide receiver, where he was arguably the slowest receiver to ever start in school history. He is the VP of Social Media at Whistle Sports

TOJ New York Jets Film Review – Free Agent Signing, Brian Poole

Joe Blewett breaks the film down on newly acquired New York Jets slot CB Brian Poole

Taking a look at Brian Poole’s strengths and weaknesses before getting into his film…

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TOJ New York Jets Film Review – Undrafted Free Agent, Greg Dortch

Joe Blewett breaks down the film on New York Jets UDFA WR Greg Dortch

Taking a look at Greg Dortchs’s strengths and weaknesses before getting into his film

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TOJ New York Jets Film Review – Fifth Round Pick, Blake Cashman

Joe Blewett breaks down the film on New York Jets 5th round pick, ILB Blake Cashman

Taking a look at Blake Cashman’s strengths and weaknesses before getting into his film…

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New York Jets – Defensive Formations Deep Dive

Dan Essien does a deep dive on the potential defensive looks the Jets could deploy in 2019.

With the draft complete, most of the key elements for the Jets defense are in place. With Gregg Williams in the fold, the Jets defense will likely change in some ways. Williams insisted the Jets will stick to a 3-4 base defense, but most believe the Jets will be multiple. Here’s a look at how the different defensive looks the Jets could give this coming season as well as the benefits and drawbacks for the players in each position. Some will be based on formations Gregg Williams has used in the past while others will be based on defensive strengths.

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TOJ New York Jets Film Review – Fourth Round Pick, Trevon Wesco

Joe Blewett breaks down the film on New York Jets fourth round pick, TE Trevon Wesco

Taking a look at Trevon Wesco’s strengths and weaknesses before getting into his film…

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TOJ New York Jets Film Review – Third Round Pick, Chuma Edoga

Joe Blewett with a film room breakdown of New York Jets 3rd round pick Chuma Edoga

Taking a look at Chuma Edoga’s strengths and weaknesses before getting into his film…

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