Joe Caporoso on expectations for the New York Jets rookie duo of safeties: Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye
One of the most exciting parts of the 2017 New York Jets season should be watching their new starting duo at safety develop. In a somewhat surprising and unconventional move, the Jets used their first two draft picks on the position, selecting LSU’s Jamal Adams and Florida’s Marcus Maye. What are reasonable expectations for the duo both in the short and long term?
The TOJ Roundtable on their expectations for New York Jets new Offensive Coordinator John Morton
The TOJ Roundtable is back. Make sure to give everybody a follow on Twitter and to let us know your opinion down in the comment section below!
What type of offense are you expecting from New York Jets Offensive Coordinator John Morton?
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David Aitken with a training camp preview of the New York Jets wide receivers…
David Aitken continues his training camp of the 2017 New York Jets with a look at the wide receiver position. Here is last week’s look at running back…
Joe Caporoso on the scariest stats from the New York Jets recent playoff drought…
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Dan Essien on statistical objectives for the New York Jets defense in the upcoming 2017 regular season.
The New York Jets are approaching the upcoming season looking for progress from their young, inexperienced roster as they rebuild. The objectives now are to discover potential, see growth, and, in a few cases, see dominance. Thankfully for most positions, that can be measured. Let’s look at some statistical objectives for the Jets players that are important for the team’s future. We’ll also use stats from seasons past of current NFL players as a template or “target model” for these objectives. Here is the offensive version.
New PLAJ Podcast Episode: Scott Mason interviews Adrian Murrell on the 1997 New York Jets and the start of the Bill Parcells era
Episode 6 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason interviews former New York Jets RB Adrian Murrell, on the 1997 New York Jets and the beginning of the Bill Parcells era. Part 1 is available right here!
Michael McLaughlin previews the New York Jets fullback position…
Both tight end and fullback were virtually non-existent positions in the New York Jets offense over the past two seasons. With the addition of offensive coordinator John Morton and a West Coast offense, both may be making a return. Below, we take a look at the two players battling to be the team’s fullback… (more…)
Joe Caporoso on potential personnel groups you could see from the New York Jets in 2017 and what players will fill what roles…
Projecting a team’s depth chart can be a helpful process to demonstrate who will see the majority of playing time in an upcoming season. Yet, it lacks the nuance of personnel groups utilized on both sides of the ball and how most teams don’t play the majority of their snaps in traditional “base” formations. Below is an educated guess on common personnel groups we’ll see from the Jets on both sides of the ball and what players will fill certain roles…
New Draft SZN Podcast: Dalbin Osorio and Jeff Lloyd on prospects to watch for New York Jets fans and a rundown of SI’s Top 100 prospect list..
Dalbin Osorio and Jeff Lloyd discuss prospects that New York Jets fans should keep their eyes on this season and also continue to work through SI’s top 100 countdown of the best potential draft picks in college football next year..
Joe Caporoso on Todd Bowles living on the hot seat for the 2017 season
New York Jets Head Coach Todd Bowles is presumed by many to be an inevitable scapegoat for the 2017 season. Despite the team’s limited talent level and low expectations, can Bowles survive this year?