The Jets are officially off to a 1-3 start after losing another close match up against an NFC North opponent. The Lions high octane passing attack seemed to get the best of the Jets defense, although the pressure from the front seven was present. Let’s take a look at the best and worst from week 4 from the defense… Continue reading “New York Jets – Reviewing the Defense – Week 4”
Joe Caporoso looks at the problems with the New York Jets passing game in week 4
Back with another look at the New York Jets passing game, which has been struggling as of late. Let’s take a look at some of the problems, which are more complex than just blaming one player, positional group or coach…
Mike O’Connor discusses how the secondary fared versus the Detroit Lions this past weekend.
The Jets’ loss versus Detroit this past weekend was just as maddening as the rest of the recent losses, of course, but it was definitely a weird game in hindsight. When reviewing the tape for the secondary, it wasn’t easy to pick out obvious mistakes players made like they have been prone to as of late. Instead, most of the clear faults were on Rex Ryan and the defensive gameplan.
David Harris covering Golden Tate, lots of zone coverage against a team with smart receivers, and ineffective blitzing at times. These are things we’ve become accustomed to from a confident Rex gameplan, but it was more frequent this week and as a result, no player from the secondary really fared too badly on a day where they were carved up pretty decently by Stafford and company without a healthy Calvin Johnson.
TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the New York Jets three game losing streak
Joe Caporoso with initial reaction to the New York Jets third straight loss, 24-17 to the Detroit Lions
Another week, another one possession loss to a NFC North team for the New York Jets. Multiple turnovers from Geno Smith. No turnovers forced by the Jets defense. Another long, game changing touchdown drive allowed when the game was tight. Another big play allowed in the passing game and more head scratching coaching decisions. Yes, it was more of the same for the Jets at MetLife today, as the team fell to 1-3 heading into their most difficult three game stretch on the schedule. Let’s get into it...
TOJ New York Jets Link Dump – September 28th, 2014
Your weekly link dump to help get you ready for kickoff from Joe Malfa…
Mike Donnelly of TOJ breaks down the week 4 NFL gambling lines and makes his picks.
Week 4 of the NFL season has arrived (Where have the past 3 weeks gone?!) and we are at the point of the season where we separate the men from the boys when it comes to NFL gambling. Now is the point where Vegas starts putting out extra sharp lines now that they have a feel for the teams and they start to unleash wild traps and tricks to trip up Joe Public. Well, this year I refuse to be tricked. Not only do I have the power of #FadeFlorio behind me, but I’m feeling pretty confident that I can sniff out these traps and tricks. There are a few games this week that I absolutely love, and it’s time to unload some of our winnings from the first three weeks on some big boy bets. Lets dive in! Continue reading “TOJ Week 4 NFL Gambling Advice and Picks”
Joe Caporoso with 12 predictions for the New York Jets/Detroit Lions game on Sunday
Welcome back to another NimbleTV Turn On The Jets 12 Pack. We don’t want you to miss any New York Jets games this season, because what would we talk about at TOJ then? Sign up here and read our review. On to the predictions, preceded by a few thoughts on the Jets match-up with Detroit…
TOJ Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio grades the New York Jets running backs after Week 3.
Welcome back to the TOJ Running Back Grade Sheet for the New York Jets. There were some good and some bad things from the running backs on Monday, and we will highlight those. Let’s get to the running backs.
Mike O’Connor reviews how the secondary faired versus Chicago on Monday and covers the issue of Antonio Allen possibly playing cornerback long-term.
It’s been a telling three weeks of football for the New York Jets. And when I say telling, I mean utterly perplexing about what is going on in the secondary with players often injured and moves being made with the depth chart. It seems that Dee Milliner could return in two weeks or might be the next Derrick Rose, judging from Twitter. Players on the back end have already flashed a little bit of everything. We’ve seen the good, we’ve seen the bad, and we’ve seen things that might hint at what will (or should, for that matter) happen within the secondary when Milliner returns.
After the excruciatingly frustrating Monday Night loss, it’s hard to derive conclusions in the secondary since most of the guys heavily featured are either new to the position (Antonio Allen) or we simply haven’t seen that much of them in the starting lineup to confidently believe anything with their play (Calvin Pryor and Darrin Walls). Entering Week 4, we can only infer and hope that with better defensive play-calling, the pass coverage will get better as a whole, though the upcoming offenses are daunting to say the least.