Nikki Charlesworth with a closer look at New York Jets running back Brandon Wilds
Last week, the New York Jets promoted running back Brandon Wilds from the practice squad to the active roster following the release of CJ Spiller and Jeremy Ross. Wilds saw his first action in Green and White in the week 14 victory against San Francisco, with two rushing attempts for four yards. Not the most auspicious of debuts, but with Matt Forte leaving the same game with a knee injury of, as yet, unconfirmed severity, we may see more of him in the coming weeks as part of the backfield rotation.
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Joe Malfa breaks down New York Jets UDFA punter Tom Hackett
Utah punter Tom Hackett was added as a UDFA shortly after the Jets drafted Sam Houston St. punter Loc Edwards. Can the undrafted, two-time Ray Guy award winner beat out the 7th round pick?
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Joe Caporoso breaks down the film on New York Jets 2nd round quarterback Christian Hackenberg
The New York Jets most polarizing selection of the 2016 NFL Draft was unquestionably second round pick (51st overall) Christian Hackenberg, quarterback from Penn State. Why was the pick so unpopular in most post-draft analysis? What did the Jets see that prompted them to use a mid-round draft pick on a quarterback for the second year in a row? Let’s step into the film room and find out…
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Joe Caporoso and Connor Rogers break down how the New York Jets draft class fit into their current roster in this week’s TOJ Podcast
Joe Caporoso and Connor Rogers review the 2016 New York Jets draft class and how they fit into their current roster. What was the overall strategy Mike Maccagnan took in his second year? What is the developmental process of Christian Hackenberg going to be like? How will Todd Bowles utilize Darron Lee? What UDFAs have a good chance to stick? We discuss that and more…
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Kevin Zielaznicki with a closer look at New York Jets UDFA Robby Anderson, WR from Temple University
The New York Jets liked what they saw from Temple University wide receiver Robby Anderson and made him one of the 13 UDFAs they signed after the 2016 NFL Draft. Can Anderson crack the crowded wide receiver depth chart and sneak onto the final 53-man roster?
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Nikki Charleworth with a closer look at New York Jets 4th round pick, cornerback Juston Burris
With their first pick (118th overall) on day three of the 2016 NFL draft, the New York Jets selected cornerback Juston Burris from North Carolina State. Burris, a three year starter with the Wolfpack, has many of the traits you’d expect to see in a Todd Bowles defensive back.
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Joe Caporoso with 12 thoughts on the New York Jets rookie and UDFA class
It has been a little less than a week since the New York Jets draft and UDFA class was set in place. Here is a quick hitting 12 thoughts as they wrapped up their first rookie minicamp practice today…
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The TOJ Roundtable discusses what the New York Jets draft class will be remembered for 3 years down the road…
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Three years from now, this New York Jets draft class will be remembered for…
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Joe Caporoso breaks down the New York Jets post-draft depth chart
Now that the dust has settled on the 2016 NFL Draft, let’s break down what the New York Jets depth chart looks like with their new additions. This is not broken down like your traditional “Madden” depth chart but is rather customized to the personnel groups the Jets most frequently use.
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Mike Donnelly with the “official” grades for the New York Jets 2016 NFL Draft class
The NFL draft is over, which means one thing and one thing only: It is time to give all of the picks a definitive grade and see just how well the New York Jets did. This year, the Jets made 7 picks including trading a pick in 2017 to trade up into round 5. All of the picks are graded on an A++ (think Revis in 2007) through F– (think Vernon Gholston) scale, so lets see how Mike Maccagnan and company did this year. Like the legend in the picture above, let’s hope that the Jets know something that the people up here don’t.
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