TOJ Podcast – Welcome To Badlands, A New York Jets Docuseries

Welcome to Badlands – A New York Jets audio docuseries…

In this week’s TOJ Podcast, we are excited to announce and offer an exclusive preview of “Badlands” a ten part audio docuseries on the New York Jets hosted by myself and Connor Rogers of Bleacher Report. Listen and read below for more details on how to access! 

What Is It? A ten part look at how the New York Jets are on the verge of missing the playoffs for a full decade hosted by Joe Caporoso of Turn On The Jets and Connor Rogers of Bleacher Report. How did they get into this mess and how do they get out of it? 

Who Are The Guests? 

How Is This Different? All of these episodes are ad free. All of these episodes are between 40-60 minutes. All of these episodes were recorded on professional equipment and have premium audio quality.

How Do I Get It?

It is one time $9.99 payment (less than 10 dollars!) for 12 months of access!


What Do I Get? You get all ten episodes, which will be dropped daily starting this Sunday. Also, you maintain access for the next 12 months and will have access when Connor and I drop a monthly long form podcast analyzing things like free agency, the NFL Draft, training camp and the 2020 regular season.

Who Else Helped? Our good friend, Mr. Play Like A Jet, Scott Mason handled the post production and our friend, Mr. OnCue supplied the theme music.

Why Paid? This is our first ever foray into paid content in 10+ years at Turn On The Jets. We wanted to try something different this offseason, a little bigger, a little more comprehensive and a little more challenging. We are mindful of the quality expected in asking for money, even under 10 bucks, and are confident this show and the ongoing shows on the feed will meet the necessary quality threshold.  Any and all support is greatly appreciated!


Author: Joe Caporoso

Joe Caporoso is the Owner and EIC of Turn On The Jets. His writing has been featured in the New York Times, Huffington Post, MMQB and AdWeek. Caporoso played football his entire life, including four years at Muhlenberg as a wide receiver, where he was arguably the slowest receiver to ever start in school history. He is the EVP of Content at Whistle Sports