Matt Gianesses on Joe Douglas vision for the New York Jets
The Jets are 0-5 with a possible 0-16 record on the horizon. They are poorly coached, talent-depleted, hurt, and have the second hardest remaining schedule (win %). That said, Joe Douglas has a vision. Giving the Jets the benefit of doubt is ill-advised, but Douglas’ resume suggests he has a plan in store, and his recent decisions have all but revealed it.
The TOJ Roundtable gives their final season predictions for the New York Jets in 2020
The TOJ Roundtable gives their season record predictions for the 2020 New York Jets
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Matt Gianesses defends the New York Jets trade for Kalen Ballage
On Thursday afternoon, the Jets traded a 7th round, conditional pick for Miami’s Kalen Ballage. What exactly is a conditional draft pick? A pick that won’t be dealt unless specific details (conditions) are met. The conditions can be anything under the sun as long as both teams agree on them. Many, including myself, wondered why the Jets would trade for another running back when they already have three formidable guys. Let’s try to make sense of it.
One of the agreed upon conditions is for Ballage to make the Jets’ roster (Per Ian Rapoport). If the Jets choose to cut him, they get to keep their 7th round pick. And that may just happen. Kalen Ballage was not a good football player in 2019. He averaged 1.8 YPC in the backend of the season. (To be fair, Miami’s line was as bad as the Jets’.) He did, however, average 5+ YPC on Adam Gase’s Dolphins in 2018.
Matt Gianesses on his time with trainer Don Somerville…
Matt Gianesses met with Don Somerville, the trainer that’s shaped the offseason for many New York Jets…
Matt Gianesses on why the New York Jets will stand pat with spending for the rest of the offseason…
Matt Gianesses on the Jets current salary cap position, and why they might not spend their surplus
Matt Gianesses on if the New York Jets wide receiver group has improved from last year…
Matt Gianesses on the state of the Jets WRs and how they compare to last year’s.
Matt Gianesses with an overview of the New York Jets cornerback position…
Matt Gianesses on the CBs most likely to make the New York Jets 53-man roster and the current overall state of the position…
Matt Gianesses on the crucial role Chris Herndon should play in the 2020 New York Jets offense…
Matt Gianesses on the crucial role Chris Herndon will play in the 2020 New York Jets offense
Matt Gianesses on the importance of continuity for the New York Jets heading into 2020
On Wednesday, ESPN’s Rich Cimini reported that the Jets will not be conducting their mandatory minicamp this month. Cimini also noted that the Jets virtual offseason program will conclude at the end of next week. A common concern among NFL players, coaches, and fans is the readiness of players by season’s beginning. Will players have enough preparation this offseason?.
Matt Gianesses with his weekly update on the New York Jets/Jamal Adams situation…
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