New PLAJ Podcast: Part 3 of our interview with New York Jets WR Jo-Jo Townsell on the 1986 team…
Episode 30 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Part 3 of Scott Mason’s interview with former New York Jets wide receiver Jo-Jo Townsell on the 1986 team. Part 1 is here! Part 2 is here!
David Aitken breaks down five key topics around the New York Jets heading into week 10…
David Aitken breaks down five key topics on the New York Jets through nine games in the 2017 season…
Joe Caporoso with a preview for week 10 of the NFL season
Every Wednesday or Thursday during the 2017 season, Joe Caporoso will break down the upcoming week of NFL action. Unfasten the belts and prepare to gorge on another weekend of fandom, fantasy, gambling, tweeting, cheering, complaining…and complaining.
Mike Nash goes three up, three down on the New York Jets heading into week 10
Just as we all expected, the Jets completely dominated the Bills on Thursday night football. The offense was clicking, special teams were solid, and the Jets defense might still be dancing (If you have not already, check out the #JetsDanceToAnything hashtag on Twitter. You’re welcome). Overall, it might have been the most complete game the Jets have played in years. Let’s take a look at this weeks 3 up/3 down as the Jets prepare to head down to Tampa Bay to take on the beardless Ryan Fitzpatrick.
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso and Dalbin Osorio review the New York Jets week 9 win over Buffalo and asses the Jets chances down the stretch run…
Joe Caporoso and Dalbin Osorio review the New York Jets week 9 win over the Buffalo Bills and preview their upcoming game in Tampa Bay before the bye week. Can the Jets hit .500 this late in the year and what does it mean for the stretch run?
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Daniel Essien with a week 9 film breakdown of Darron Lee against Buffalo…
In the previous Darron Lee film room from earlier this year, we stated that Lee needs to use his uncommon athleticism to make more impact plays. The last three weeks he has done just that. In this film room we’ll focus on his performance against the Bills in week 9 and the noticeable improvements he has made.
Joe Malfa with his weekly ranking of the top quarterbacks in college football
These quarterback trackers have been written under the impression the Jets would be a lock for a top-five pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. After a Thursday night demolition of the Bills, the Jets are 4-5 with a chance to enter the bye week at .500. They currently sit in position to have the No. 14 pick in the draft.
Wherever they end up — whether it is top-five, top-10, or even top-15 the way they have been playing — they will still have a shot at a franchise quarterback in a QB-heavy draft class, so Joe Malfa kept a close eye on the performances of college’s top quarterback prospects this week as he has throughout the season.
Here are the rankings ahead of Week 11:
Joe Caporoso with a TOJ Film Room Breakdown of the New York Jets week 9 win versus the Buffalo Bills…
We are back with another TOJ New York Jets film breakdown. Check out previous editions right here. On to the #tape…
Jared Scherl asks if the New York Jets are in NFL no man’s land?
On the Monday morning following the New York Jets week 8 loss, which dropped their record to 3-5, Seth Walder of ESPN Sports Analytics sent out this tweet: “Jets have an equal chance of reaching the playoffs and landing No. 1 overall pick. 0.1% chance for each.”
In other words, the Jets were in NFL limbo or no man’s land. With a Thursday night victory over the Buffalo Bills, the Jets’ chance of reaching the playoffs likely went up a bit, and their chance of landing the first overall pick likely went down significantly. But the point remains: the Jets are not quite good enough to be good, and not quite bad enough to be bad. So what are they? And what does this mean for the future?