Scott Mason talks to JetsXfactor’s Joe Blewett of Blewett’s Blitz for an in-depth look at the film of the Jets’ 6th game of the 2020 NFL season against the Miami Dolphins!
Episode 830 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason talks to JetsXfactor’s Joe Blewett of Blewett’s Blitz for an in-depth look at the film of the Jets’ 6th game of the 2020 NFL season against the Miami Dolphins!
- Offensive Line: A mixed bag
- Joe Flacco & the Skill Positions: Not great, Bob
- Front Seven: Signs of life
- Secondary: Poole & Maye shine
Matt Marciano with a loss vent on the New York Jets 24-0 defeat to the Miami Dolphins
When I was looking at the Jets schedule over the summer, there were a few games that I thought they could easily win. One was the Broncos, who beat the Jets, another one was the Cardinals, who manhandled the Jets last week at home and the third was the Jets basically winning at least one matchup with the Dolphins. Of course, I am 0 for 3 and doubt that the Jets will beat the Dolphins the next time that they play, later in the season at MetLife Stadium, as the Dolphins easily defeated the Jets 24-0, which is the first Dolphins shutout victory in more than six years.
Scott Mason talks with Jets beat reporter Andy Vasquez of NorthJersey.com to discuss the Jets’ 24-0 loss to the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium in week 6 of the 2020 NFL season and Walterfootball.com Senior NFL Draft Analyst Charlie Campbell for a college football prospect stock report!
Episode 826 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason talks with Jets beat reporter Andy Vasquez of NorthJersey.com to discuss the Jets’ 24-0 loss to the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium in week 6 of the 2020 NFL season and Walterfootball.com Senior NFL Draft Analyst Charlie Campbell for a college football prospect stock report!
First, Andy joins the show to recap the Jets’ loss to the Dolphins including the horrendous play of Joe Flacco, the Miami Dolphins’ death by 1,000 paper cuts offense getting the better of the Jets defense, injury updates, the latest in the Adam Gase-Gregg Williams saga, the deal that sent a team leader to Tampa Bay, words after the game from Gase and the players in the locker room including some F-bombs from Frank Gore, and more.
Then, Charlie joins the show to give us a college football prospect stock report so we can begin to monitor some of the best options for the Jets in the 2021 NFL Draft!
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Dalbin Osorio wrote his initial reaction to Jets vs. Dolphins about 2 hours before kickoff. It held up well!
On one sideline stood Adam Gase who, after getting former Jets General Manager Mike Maccagnan fired, oversaw the exodus of former All-Pro LeVeon Bell and defensive cornerstone Safety Jamal Adams. He’s, also, gutted QB Sam Darnold of any confidence he had left all while tailoring his offense around WR Chris Hogan and RB Frank Gore. If there is a deity, he only has 11 weeks left as the Jets Head Coach.
Matt Gianesses on Joe Douglas vision for the New York Jets
The Jets are 0-5 with a possible 0-16 record on the horizon. They are poorly coached, talent-depleted, hurt, and have the second hardest remaining schedule (win %). That said, Joe Douglas has a vision. Giving the Jets the benefit of doubt is ill-advised, but Douglas’ resume suggests he has a plan in store, and his recent decisions have all but revealed it.
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso gives his extended thoughts on Le’Veon Bell’s tenure with the New York Jets
Joe Caporoso gives his extended thoughts on Le’Veon Bell’s release, his tenure with the New York Jets and why they cannot make it work with big name players…
Matt Marciano on the right interim HC candidate for the New York Jets…
The New York Jets are even in a bind when it comes to picking an Interim Head Coach if and when they let Adam Gase go before the end of the season. The problem is not that Gase should be fired, he should have been fired already and quite honestly should have never been hired to begin with. The problem is more of who would replace Adam Gase to lead the Jets until the season is over? I have an answer to that question, but before we get to that answer, let’s look at who should have been on staff who would have made the perfect Interim Head Coach for the Jets.
Dylan Price on Sam Darnold vs. Trevor Lawrence
The Jets are sitting at 0-4 through the first quarter of the season. The team’s future looks bleak and they sit atop the draft order currently. With one of the most refined college prospects in history on the board, it’s time to address the elephant in the room. What would the Jets do?
Joe Caporoso with a Turn On The Jets 12 Pack of predictions for Jets vs. Dolphins in week 6…
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Matt Marciano on the total lack of joy around New York Jets football
The New York Jets from their ownership, to general manager and of course, head coach, continue to embarrass themselves and definitely are making the claim to be the most dysfunctional organization in the NFL. This continued yesterday with the release of free agent bust Le’Veon Bell, who was actively looking to be released from the Jets and even took to Twitter to air his grievances with the team and organization.