Scott Mason talks with Jets beat reporter Andy Vasquez of NorthJersey.com to discuss the Jets’ 18-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium in week 7 of the 2020 NFL season.
Episode 832 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’ 18-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium in week 7 of the 2020 NFL season.
Andy joins the show to recap the Jets’ loss to the Bills including the surprising hot start by the Jets’ offense spearheaded by newly minted play caller Dowell Loggains and the rushing of ageless wonder Frank Gore, the lack of adjustments that led to Josh Allen and Buffalo seizing momentum down the stretch while Sam Darnold and the Jets wilted, the long anticipated debut of Denzel Mims, some shining stars on defense including Quinnen Williams and Bryce Huff, injury updates, words after the game from Gase and Sam Darnold in the locker room, and more.
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Matt Marciano with initial reaction to the New York Jets week 7 loss…
Any week and another loss for the Jets as they now fall to 0-7. There are a lot of things to vent about with the Jets, as usual, after another uninspiring performance in long, 18-10, to the Buffalo Bills.
First of all, much was made by the NFL on CBS crew of Greg Gumbel and Rich Gannon, who called this dud of a game that Adam Gase “handed over” the play-calling responsibilities to Offensive Coordinator/Quarterback Coach Dowell Loggains. My thoughts on this was Gase is trying to pass on more of the blame for the Jets sucking it up on offense each week to another scapegoat, hence Loggains now calling the plays. There was not much of a change in the Jets offense with a new coach calling the plays as the Jets only scored ten points, with none of those points coming in the second half, when they needed them the most.
Matt Marciano on what the New York Jets can learn from Rutgers…
In addition to being a long-suffering NY Jets fan (that phrase definitely rings true this year), I am also a Rutgers Football fan. I grew up about twenty minutes from Rutgers University in New Brunswick and graduated from Rutgers. Yesterday watching Rutgers win their opening game of the season, in the return of Greg Schiano on the banks of the old Raritan, made me think of what the Jets can learn from the Rutgers football team.
Joe Caporoso with a Turn On The Jets 12 Pack of predictions for Jets vs. Bills in week 7…
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Stephen Russo on the rumor mill around New York Jets HC Adam Gase…
Every week, rock bottom gets a little bit lower. With each passing game, you can hear the collective scream from every Jets fan to the football Gods, wondering when it will come to an end. Every media outlet (or at least outlets that aren’t in the hip pocket of Adam Gase) are seeing what fans see – a lame duck coach who duped a rookie owner into thinking he’s something he’s not – and subsequently turned a promising organization into a laughingstock in an instant. Most fans have relegated themselves to the understanding that, despite what we believe in Sam Darnold, the right play is to be as bad as you possibly can to secure that #1 overall draft pick, take Trevor Lawrence and make this a destination spot for your future Head Coach. However, Jets fans also have to balance that with watching 60 minutes of something that barely resembles football each Sunday as their team struggles to score a touchdown… let me tell you, it’s not an easy position.
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso, Stephen Zantz and Stephen Russo have a roundtable discussion on Joe Douglas and the New York Jets front office…
Joe Caporoso , Stephen Zantz and Stephen Russo have a roundtable discussion on Joe Douglas and the New York Jets front office…
Scott Mason talks with Drew Gier of the Rockpile Report podcast about the Bills’ week 7 opponent, the Buffalo Bills.
Episode 829 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason talks with Drew Gier of the Rockpile Report podcast about the Bills’ week 7 opponent, the Buffalo Bills.
Drew shares his thoughts on the Bills’ strengths and weaknesses, injuries, key matchups, predictions, and much more!
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New Badlands: Joe Caporoso and Connor Rogers are joined by Tony Pauline of PFN to discuss the New York Jets head coaching situation and prospective upcoming search…
Joe Caporoso and Connor Rogers are joined by Tony Pauline of PFN to breakdown the state of the New York Jets Head Coach situation and how the team will handle a prospective search for Adam Gase’s replacement…
Stephen Zantz looks at the New York Jets top HC candidates for 2021
The results on Sunday don’t matter for the New York Jets anymore. Since there is nothing to takeaway from this QB play or team in general, I came up with the way too early list for who should be the next head coach. Adam Gase is a dead man walking
The Adam Gase Era is the worst I have seen in my 23 years as a Jets fan. He is by far the worst HC in the current NFL and every week he is still employed by this franchise is befuddling. Adam Gase has only done one thing right during his time as he was an instrumental part in getting Joe Douglas to be the GM of the Jets. Now some will say that the media narrative of Gase and Douglas bromance dating back to their time in Chicago is overblown and is not the reason Douglas took the job and with that I agree.