Joe Caporoso with thoughts on how the New York Jets can approach the trade deadline…
One of the most difficult things to do in the NFL is self scout. It is not easy to honestly evaluate where exactly your team stands. We have seen self scouting plague the Jets and be one of the primary drivers of their six year playoff drought. In 2011 they evaluated Wayne Hunter as a starting caliber offensive tackle and Derrick Mason as an improvement over Jericho Cotchery. In 2012, they evaluated and paid Mark Sanchez like a franchise quarterback and Tim Tebow like a valuable offensive weapon. In 2014, they misevaluated their need for cornerback depth and David Nelson’s ability to be a starting receiver. In 2016, they didn’t recognize Ryan Fitzpatrick’s season as an outlier and thought Darrelle Revis’ late 2015 struggles were a mirage.
Right now the Jets are 3-3, better than most expected (not everybody). They have not been shy to embrace trades in recent months. How active or inactive should they be at or before October 31st?
The New York Jets heard it all during the offseason after they let go of some of their top talent to shed some salary. At the time, the team was accused of tanking for the top pick in the draft. The fact that they lost their first two games of the season didn’t help much either, but the team finally started putting things together and reeled off three consecutive wins.
Joe Caporoso breaks down the film on the New York Jets 24-17 loss to the New England Patriots
We are back with another TOJ New York Jets film breakdown. Check out previous editions right here. On to the #tape…
Kyle Fahey with a stock report on the New York Jets after their week 6 game against the Patriots…
I don’t want to be here right now. I have no jokes, nothing to make fun of, just a pure heartbreaker.
The TOJ Roundtable discusses the New York Jets week 6 loss against the New England Patriots
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What were your biggest takeaways from the New York Jets week 6 loss to the New England Patriots?
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Joe Caporoso with a vent on the New York Jets week 6 loss to the New England Patriots, 24-17
The New York Jets showed up to play yesterday, punching the Patriots in the mouth en route to a 14-0 lead. Unfortunately that lead and that punch were fleeting. What can we take away from a hard fought loss against an alleged Super Bowl favorite that dropped the Jets to 3-3?
New PLAJ Pod: Scott Mason and Kyle Fahey with post game reaction to the New York Jets 24-17 loss to the Patriots
Episode 24 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason and Kyle Fahey with post game reaction to the New York Jets 24-17 loss to the New England Patriots. (more…)
The New York Jets lost a closely contested game 24-17 to the New England Patriots today in a battle that showed the gap between the two teams is not as far as most perceived heading into the season. After jumping out to a 14-0 lead (I looked up Super Bowl tickets, didn’t you?), the Patriots took control of the game with 24 unanswered points before a late Jets charge fell short aided by a horrific call from the officiating crew on an apparent Austin Seferian-Jenkins touchdown. The ASJ call will be the talk of the week but there were other reasons the Jets were unable to win this game.
New Draft SZN Podcast: Dalbin Osorio and Jeff Lloyd are back with a new episode of Draft SZN discussing the 2018 draft class a few weeks into the season…
Dalbin Osorio and Jeff Lloyd are back with a new episode of Draft SZN, breaking down the 2018 class a few weeks into the season…