Joe Caporoso predicts the New York Jets 53 man roster heading into week two of the pre-season
The New York Jets have one pre-season game in the books. It was a fairly good overall performance but the Sunday injuries to Dee Milliner and Dexter McDougle have thrown many into a frenzy. It sounds like Milliner should be back by week two at the latest and while McDougle was showing intriguing potential…he was still a third round rookie. Regardless, let’s reset our roster projection as the Jets prepare for the Cincinnati Bengals…
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TOJ Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio breaks down New York Jets RB Daryl Richardson.
The New York Jets claimed former St. Louis Rams running back Daryl Richardson from waivers a couple of months ago. By all accounts, he is having a strong camp and has the chance to solidify his roster spot with a solid preseason. Some people have stated that they don’t want to see the Jets carry four running backs, but with concerns about Chris Ivory and Chris Johnson’s health, it would be wise to carry four on a team that will predominantly run theball. However, I don’t think you carry Richardson because he’s just an extra body; you carry him because he has the potential to actively contribute. Why?
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Due to a shoulder injury it appears that rookie 4th round wide receiver Shaq Evans is going to be headed to the New York Jets IR. This isn’t an overly surprising thing for many who have been following the team, considering the current depth chart and the potential to give a developmental prospect like Evans a “red-shirt” season. Sixth round rookie, Quincy Enunwa is likely headed to the same place, if not the practice squad. The early weeks of camp have opened up a few interesting debates on the New York Jets offensive personnel and who should stick on the final 53 man roster. Let’s take a closer look…
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Connor Rogers brings you along his trip to the New York Jets’ 2014 Green and White Scrimmage.
The New York Jets Green and White Scrimmage is an annual tradition in Cortland, New York every Summer. One of our lead editors made the trip upstate for the event that brought over 7,000 Jets’ fans to SUNY Cortland. This is his take on the 2014 Green and White Scrimmage, with an inside view… Continue reading “New York Jets Green and White Scrimmage: An Inside View”
It is important to avoid reading too much into early camp depth charts released by an organization. Some may say an article of this nature inherently reads too much into it. But hell, where’s the fun in that?
New York Jets first depth chart.
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Video footage of the top highlights from the New York Jets Green and White scrimmage from Kevin Bauer
Our Kevin Bauer was in Cortland on Saturday night, where he put together this must see video of the top highlights from the New York Jets Green and White Scrimmage. Make sure you are subscribed to us on YouTube for future video content from TOJ:
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Joe Caporoso with a Turn On The Jets 12 Pack preview the Green and White scrimmage
Today’s Turn On The Jets 12 Pack will preview the Green and White scrimmage tomorrow in Cortland, New York. We will have Connor Rogers, Max Marcilla and Kevin Bauer on the ground covering the game for our site and YouTube channel, so if you see them…say hi!
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Joe Caporoso looks at how Marty Mornhinweg could utilize two and three tight end looks in the 2014 New York Jets offense
The New York Jets have compiled an interesting group of players at the tight end position for 2014. Jeff Cumberland is a 6’4 converted college wide receiver, who has the straight line speed of a split end but weighs 260 pounds. Jace Amaro is two inches taller than Cumberland but is also 260 pounds and functioned as a highly productive slot receiver for Texas Tech last year. Finally, Zach Sudfeld is 6’6 as well and moves on the field in way that more often resembles a receiver than a traditional tight end.
At wide receiver, the Jets have many question marks after Eric Decker and Jeremy Kerley. They are going to be a fairly run heavy team and frequently utilize the screen game. Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg has a history of heavy tight end use and with the Jets personnel this season, people should expect an offense that regularly features two or three tight ends on the field. Cumberland, Amaro and Sudfeld should be in position to be regular contributors in both the running and passing game.
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Dalbin Osorio gives his New York Jets 53 man roster prediction
With the New York Jets first preseason game 10 days away, I thought it’d be a great time to predict exactly what the 53 man roster will look like once the smoke settles. Please feel free to leave your responses in the comments, as they are always appreciated…
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Joe Caporoso with thoughts and observations on the New York Jets first four days of training camp
A quick review of the New York Jets positions through four days of training camp. PSA! Subscribe to our newly created YouTube channel to find Podcasts, Xs and Os sessions, interviews and other assorted video content that may or may not blow your mind.
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