TOJ Film Room – New York Jets CB Buster Skrine

AJ Sicignano with a TOJ Film Room breakdown of New York Jets newly signed cornerback Buster Skrine

After the past few seasons of underwhelming play from the slot corner position, the New York Jets quickly acted on upgrading this offseason with the signing of former Browns CB Buster Skrine. Continue reading “TOJ Film Room – New York Jets CB Buster Skrine”

TOJ Film Room – New York Jets ILB Erin Henderson

AJ Sicignano with a TOJ Film Room breakdown of New York Jets ILB Erin Henderson

AJ Sicignano steps into the TOJ Film Room today with a breakdown of newly signed New York Jets ILB Erin Henderson. Make sure to check out yesterday’s film room breakdown of Jets UDFA TE Wes Saxton right here. Continue reading “TOJ Film Room – New York Jets ILB Erin Henderson”

Turn On The Jets – Film Room Hub

A hub of all the Turn On The Jets film breakdowns so far this off-season. What breakdowns do you want to see next?

A compilation of all our film breakdowns this off-season at Turn On The Jets. Let us know in the comment section or on Twitter what would you like to see in the coming months, whether it is a player, scheme or other type of analysis. Thank you for following us so far in the TOJ Film Room…

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TOJ Film Room/Review – Jets Starting QB Geno Smith

Joe Caporoso with a closer look at New York Jets starting quarterback Geno Smith heading into year three of his NFL career

The New York Jets named Geno Smith their starting quarterback today in a move that should not have surprised you. Let’s look at why they are did this, how Smith performed in his second year as a NFL starting quarterback and where he needs to improve to hold on to his job throughout the upcoming season…

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TOJ Film Room – New York Jets WR Devin Smith

Joe Caporoso breaks down the film on New York Jets second round pick, WR Devin Smith from Ohio State

In today’s edition of the TOJ FIlm Room, we are going to break down wide receiver Devin Smith who was taken 37th overall in the NFL Draft by the New York Jets. Previously, we have looked at first round pick Leonard Williams and third round pick Lorenzo Mauldin. Also on the Jets offense we have reviewed Smith’s soon to be running mates, Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker. Let’s take a closer look at Smith’s game…

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New York Jets Draft Film Room: Lorenzo Mauldin

Bob Scarinci breaks down the film on New York Jets 3rd round pick, Lorenzo Mauldin from Louisville

In the next month, Turn On The Jets will break down the film on every New York Jets draft pick and undrafted free agent. Bob Scarinci kicks it off today with a closer look look at 3rd round draft choice, Lorenzo Mauldin DE/OLB from Louisville. Make sure to give Bob a follow and let him know what you think of Mauldin in the comment section below! Continue reading “New York Jets Draft Film Room: Lorenzo Mauldin”

TOJ Film Room – New York Jets WR Eric Decker

Joe Caporoso breaks down the film on New York Jets WR Eric Decker. How did he find success in 2014 and how will he fit in the Jets new offense?

Last week we broke down the film on New York Jets new addition Brandon Marshall. Today, we are going to look at his counterpart in the starting lineup, Eric Decker, who is about to enter his second season with the team. In his debut year, Decker battled nagging injuries, horrific quarterback play and suspect playcalling en route to 74 receptions, 962 yards and 5 touchdowns. Let’s review how he succeeded last year, where he struggled and how he will fit into next year’s offense…

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TOJ Film Room – New York Jets WR Brandon Marshall

Joe Caporoso breaks down the tape on newly acquired New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall – What can he bring to the offense?

To say the New York Jets have lacked production from the wide receiver position in recent seasons would be an understatement. Eric Decker managed a respectable 74 receptions for 962 yards and 5 touchdowns in 2014 despite missing time with injuries and abysmal quarterbacking. However, prior to that here is the Jets leading receiver every season since Jerricho Cotchery eclipsed 1,000 yards in 2007:

  • 2008: Jerricho Cotchery – 71 receptions, 858 yards, 5 touchdowns
  • 2009: Jerricho Cotchery – 57 receptions, 821 yards, 3 touchdowns
  • 2010: Braylon Edwards – 53 receptions, 904 yards, 7 touchdowns
  • 2011: Santonio Holmes – 51 receptions, 654 yards, 8 touchdowns
  • 2012: Jeremy Kerley – 56 receptions, 827 yards, 2 touchdowns
  • 2013: Jeremy Kerley – 43 receptions, 523 yards, 3 touchdowns
  • 2014: Eric Decker – 74 receptions, 962 yards, 5 touchdowns

Enter Brandon Marshall, who was acquired for a 5th round pick this off-season. Marshall has been over 1,000 yards in seven of his last eight seasons and exceeded ten touchdowns in three of those years. In 2014, a lung and rib injury kept him out of the final 3.5 games of the season but he still managed 721 yards and eight touchdowns. Marshall has found success throughout his career despite playing with an erratic Jay Cutler, Josh McCown, Matt Moore, Chad Henne, and Kyle Orton.

Let’s take a deeper dive into Marshall’s game and how it could be integrated into the 2015 New York Jets offense…

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Inside The Defensive Film Room – Todd Bowles Edition

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”

TOJ Film Room – Chan Gailey’s, Offense Part 1

Mike Nolan steps into the TOJ Film Room for part one of looking at Chan Gailey’s offense…

The New York Jets have officially announced Chan Gailey as the team’s next Offensive Coordinator. This may seem like a strange hire. Gailey hasn’t coached since 2012 and his Head Coaching stints were nothing, if not underwhelming.  Even so, many around the league consider Gailey to be a strong offensive mind. TOJ’s Dalbin Osorio took a look at Gailey’s career here. Today, Mike Nolan dives into the film to see what Jets fans can expect from Gailey’s system. In Part 1, Mike takes a look at Gailey’s overall offensive philosophy…

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