New season, new format for our weekly passing game breakdowns of the New York Jets. After each game we will focus on one positive play and one negative from San Darnold, explaining what happened and why. At the bottom of the article, I will also drop 5 extra observations on the team’s overall offensive performance. For further breakdowns of the film, make sure you are subscribed to us on YouTube.
Joe Caporoso with a week 7 loss vent on the New York Jets 37-17 defeat to the Minnesota Vikings…
“It’s not like they came in here and just smacked us,” Lee said of the Vikings. “It’s nothing to sit here and hit the panic button about. We’re fine. No one is worried or panicking here. We’re fine as a group. We’re a lot more close-knit [than last year].
“I know in a couple years past, since I’ve been here, the wheels have fallen off and all hell would break loose. But we’re fine, and no one is panicking here. We weren’t as close-knit as a group as we are now. Nobody has got their head hanging down.” – New York Jets ILB Darron Lee after yesterday’s loss to the Minnesota Vikings
Joe Caporoso with initial reaction to the New York Jets 37-17 loss to the Minnesota Vikings…
Despite being undermanned on both sides of the football, particularly with a recent rash of injuries, the New York Jets had opportunities to potentially steal a game against a superiorly talented Minnesota Vikings team. Unfortunately, they did not take advantage of those opportunities and the Vikings finally broke through in the second half to slam their foot down on the gas pedal en route to a runaway 37-17 victory. It is not overly surprising the Jets lost this game by double digits but it was frustrating to see them make mistakes that had nothing to do with the talent disparity.
Joe Caporoso with a Turn On The Jets 12 Pack of predictions for Jets vs. Vikings in week 7
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso and Scott Mason do an extended review of Sam Darnold’s first six starts and preview Sunday’s game against the Vikings…
Joe Caporoso takes a deep dive on Sam Darnold’s first six starts at quarterback for the New York Jets
Instead of our weekly film room breakdown of the New York Jets passing game, we are going to take a step back for a more holistic look at Sam Darnold’s first six starts. Based on the tape, his top line statistics, advanced analytics, passing splits, comparative performance and other random qualitative things we feel like including, how excited should Jets fan be at this point?