TOJ Pod ft. John Jastremski

Will Parkinson interviews John Jastremski of the Ringer on this episode of the TOJ Pod.

On this episode of the Turn on the Jets podcast, host Will Parkinson is joined by “New York, New York” host John Jastremski to discuss the Jets’ loss to the Miami Dolphins, Elijah Moore’s breakout game, and what to expect from a potential Zach Wilson return vs a 2-8 Houston Texans team.


TOJ Pod ft. Joe Rivera

Will Parkinson interviews Joe Rivera on this episode of the TOJ Pod

Draft SZN, Episode 3: Digging into 4 Elite Defensive Prospects

The Draft SZN Squad discusses Kyle Hamilton, Jordan Davis, Trent McDuffie, and Zach Harrison.

On episode 3 of the DraftSZN podcast presented by Turn on the Jets, hosts Michael Meegan, James Kuntz, Joe Belic and Dylan Price debate 4 of the most talked about defense prospects from the 2022 NFL draft class and whether the Jets should be in or out on them. They discuss Safety Kyle Hamilton, Cornerback Trent McDuffie, EDGE Zach Harrison, and IDL Jordan Davis. 


TOJ Pod ft. DJ Bien-Aime of the New York Daily News

Will Parkinson interviews NYDN beat reporter DJ Bien-Aime about the current state of the team

On this episode of the Turn on the Jets podcast, host Will Parkinson is joined by Jets beat writer for the Daily News, DJ Bien-Aime. They breakdown everything from the Colts loss to what to make of the Jets QB room with the Mike White vs Zach Wilson battle.


Draft SZN Ep. 2 – The Drake London Debate

The guys discuss 4 of the top Offensive prospects in the 2022 NFL Draft.

On this episode of the Draft SZN Podcast, Michael Meegan, James Kuntz, Joe Belic, and Dylan Price discuss 4 top Offensive prospects. They analyze Kenneth Walker (RB, Michigan State), Ikem Ekwonu (IOL, NC State), Drake London (WR, USC), and Lindenhurst’s own Jeremy Ruckert (TE, OSU).


The LaFleur Lineage: Resurrecting the Jets’ Offense Requires a Return to Tradition

The Jets Offense is a failure; here’s what needs to change.









Mike LaFleur was the next man up in the vaunted Shanahan coaching tree when he was hired as the Jets’ Offensive Coordinator. Having worked under Kyle Shanahan for 7 years, LaFleur is well-versed in the wide zone offense that has taken over the NFL, and fans hoped that LaFleur could be the next Kyle Shanahan, Sean McVay, Kevin Stefanski, or even Matt LaFleur. 8 weeks into the season, fans’ wishful thinking has morphed into widespread disdain for Mike LaFleur.