Joe Caporoso on the state of the New York Jets tight end and fullback position
The New York Jets offense has not prominently featured the traditional tight end or fullback position in recent years. In 2013 and 2014, they dealt with the incompetence of Jeff Cumberland and Jace Amaro. In 2015, they creatively utilized Quincy Enunwa as a hybrid H-Back to supplement the position. In 2016, when Enunwa shifted out to receiver, the positions fell into complete irrelevance. Will the hiring of John Morton at Offensive Coordinator change the prioritization of tight end or fullback and do the Jets have the resources to utilize the position?
Joe Caporoso with a review of the New York Jets spring and what to expect this summer…
Rookie minicamp is in the books. OTAs have come and went. Minicamp is officially wrapped. Spring football is gone for good (Amen), meaning the next time the New York Jets are on a football field, it will be for training camp. What did we learn this spring and what does it mean for this summer?
Episode 3 of “Play Like A Jet”…part two of our interview with Nicholas Dawidoff on the 2011 New York Jets
Episode 3 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason interviews Nicholas Dawidoff, author of Collision Low Crossers, on the 2011 New York Jets. This is part two of a three part interview on the beginning of the end of the Rex Ryan era. Part one is here!
Joe Caporoso goes through the questions received in his recent Reddit AMA and Barstool Sports mailbag on the New York Jets
Joe Caporoso goes through the questions received in his Reddit AMA this week on the New York Jets and previews “Play Like A Jet,” which will feature part 2 of our interview with Nicholas Dawidoff, author of “Collision Low Crossers” on the Jets 2011 season.
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Joe Caporoso with a Turn On The Jets 12 Pack of pragmatic viewpoints on the New York Jets 2017 season…
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Dalbin Osorio with six players the New York Jets can target with their 2018 cap space
With this article by ESPN’s Rich Cimini, eyes have now began to turn towards the 2018 offseason and a coffer filled with close to $80 million for the New York Jets. The team does not have many long term contracts, and it is a team that will now sink or swim with Christian Hackenberg, Darron Lee, Leo Williams, Quincy Enunwa, Brian Winters, and the Alpha of this team Jamal Adams. Gone are the veterans of this team, but you get the feeling that the Jets will not ignore free agency next year.
I can almost guarantee that the Jets will look to make a splash, if for no other reason than to meet the spending floor, and that guarantee will most likely be magnified if they decide to clean house one more time and fire their General Manager and Head Coach after only three seasons. Either way, expect them to spend, and here are six guys the Jets could look to target next offseason if they hit the market, who could be wearing a betfair new jersey in 2018.
Joe Caporoso with a June 53 man roster prediction for the New York Jets
An updated New York Jets 53 man roster prediction as they wrap up day one of minicamp…
The TOJ Roundtable gives their New York Jets 2017 record prediction
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What is your New York Jets 2017 record prediction as of today?
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Scott Mason tries to broker the peace between New York Jets fans when it comes to Christian Hackenberg
There seems to be a bit of a Civil War brewing among Jets fans over the team’s 2016 second round pick, former PSU QB Christian Hackenberg.
Jets fans have had plenty of lively internal debates over the years, but it has been a while since I have seen so much friction between members of the fan base about a player who has never played in an NFL game before. Even Geno Smith – controversial as his selection was – didn’t seem to engender this much friction among those who bleed green and white.
In case you haven’t been paying particularly close attention to the bones of contention between these factions of the gang green faithful, here is a quick Cliff Notes version of the four main groups when it comes to all things Christian Hackenberg:
Joe Caporoso on why record does not always reflect talent level
The New York Jets are widely predicted to be one of the worst teams in the NFL in 2017. Despite optimism on the potential of many players drafted in 2015 and 2016, they are unproven at a high number of positions. It is fair to argue they have the least talented roster in the NFL. Yet, talent doesn’t always match record output.