Joe Caporoso with a loss vent for week 12, as the New York Jets fell to the New England Patriots 22-17
Another loss. Another vent. Thoughts on the New York Jets coming off their latest defeat and after they announced Ryan Fitzpatrick would start at quarterback against the Colts this week on Monday Night Football…
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Joe Caporoso with initial reaction to the New York Jets 22-17 loss to the New England Patriots
The New York Jets showed up today against the New England Patriots, more than you can say for them in many weeks this season. Despite having a chance to grab an upset, they fell late to the Patriots, 22-17 to drop their record to 3-8. There were bright moments but ultimately this loss demonstrated many of the team’s primary problems and why they are going to have a top ten pick this offseason.
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Joe Caporoso with a 12 Pack of predictions for Jets vs. Patriots
Welcome back to another edition of the Turn On The Jets 12 Pack, brought to you by PrimeSport, the official travel and hospitality partner of the New York Jets. Click the link for more info on the Jets official pregame tailgate party and for away game packages!
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Joe Caporoso and Mike Dussault of Pats Propaganda exchange Q&As on the upcoming New York Jets vs. New England Patriots matchup…
We spoke with our old friend Mike Dussault of the always excellent Pats Propaganda this week to help prep you for the upcoming Jets vs. Patriots matchup. Make sure to give Mike a follow!
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David Aitken on the New York Jets problems being more complex than just a one person issue
For the past decade, the post-Parcells core Jets have followed a similar path: hire a new coach and/or general manager, surpass low expectations in year one, try to build on that fragile success, fail to meet increased expectations, blame someone and fire them. Repeat. And here the Jets are, 3-6 after a 10-6 season, 26-38 the four years prior, and the hot seat is warming up again.
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John Hargaden on how the New York Jets should proceed this offseason
The New York Jets will likely soon be 3-8 and potentially finish up either 4-12 or somewhere around there. The fans will be looking to see what the future of this team will be. In the piece that I wrote a few weeks ago I had asked the question what to do with Todd Bowles going forward and I said that I would tell you when the season is over…
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Joe Caporoso with a GIF Dump of Quincy Enunwa and Leonard Williams, two of the Jets rare bright spots in the 2016 season
Two bright spots in the New York Jets toilet bowl of a season have been Quincy Enunwa and Leonard Williams. Both young players have shown tremendous progress and should be building blocks for the organizaiton going forward. Enunwa is an athletic freak hybrid, who can play any skill position on offense. Leonard Williams looks like a better version of Muhammad Wilkerson, without the missed walkthroughs and meetings. Let’s look at some of their most impressive moments from this season…
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Joe Caporoso on the New York Jets ongoing quarterback ping pong, which bounces back to Ryan Fitzpatrick this week
The New York Jets decided to go back to Ryan Fitzpatrick as their starting quarterback today, putting him under center for a 3-7 team on the fast track to nowhere. Why was this decision made and where does the team go from here?
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