Joe Caporoso with initial reaction to the New York Jets season finale and what is to come next…
The New York Jets season mercifully came to an end today with a 30-10 win over the Buffalo Bills. They finished a disappointing 5-11 and with the 6th pick in the upcoming NFL Draft. Both Todd Bowles and Mike Maccagnan will be back for year three, after compiling a 15-17 record through two years with zero playoff appearances and no apparent answer at quarterback on the roster. Much of what happened today was meaningless so let’s paint a few broad strokes before spending the next few months diving into an offseason evaluation and strategy…
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Joe Caporoso with 12 predictions for the New York Jets regular season finale
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Joe Caporoso and Dalbin Osorio break down the New York Jets quarterback options in 2017…
Joe Caporoso and Dalbin Osorio break down the New York Jets quarterback options in 2017 and discuss their final thoughts on a disappointing (to say the least) 2016 regular season.
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Dalbin Osorio on the New York Jets decision to how to handle quarterback Christian Hackenberg
Fans will have you believe that second round picks, and maybe they mean positions other than quarterback, don’t typically sit for an entire year. They will also have you believe that every QB taken after round one has a better chance of becoming Tom Brady than the guys taken in round one. Historically, first round quarterbacks are more successful because coaches typically have more reason to invest in those QBs.
Coaches are more patient, and with good reason as the financial commitment to the first round QBs used to be potentially crippling to a franchise. Now, with the rookie slots it is easier to miss on first round picks. Still, if you hit on a QB things suddenly look better. The Philadelphia Eagles traded the farm for Carson Wentz and, despite their losing season, feel good about the direction they are headed in. The Cowboys have a young signal caller in Dak Prescott that has led them to the top seed in the NFC and homefield advantage through the playoffs. These are the examples the fans use to say “look, THIS is why you play Christian Hackenberg.”
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