Joe Belic reviews the New York Jets offensive line in week 1
I was forced to spend my Sunday afternoon hanging out with my friend Johnnie, Johnnie Walker, to be exact. The emotional distress of the season-opening loss subsided with my old buddy’s help, and I got my psyche prepared for yet another New York Jets repressed memory. Luckily for me, I am able to lock some of the painful games away; still, I empathize with my fellow Jets fans, who can’t.
TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso answers all your post week 1 questions about the New York Jets…
Joe Caporoso answers all your Twitter questions about the New York Jets week 1 game and discusses where the team goes from here…
Michael Meegsn with his week 1 review of the New York Jets secondary…
Josh Allen eviscerated the Jets secondary on Sunday. He completed 70 percent of his passes for 312 yards and two TDs. Frankly it should have been even more as Allen missed some wide open throws in the second half. The secondary was always a work in progress especially after the Jamal Adams trade but they need to be way more disciplined going forward then they showed on Sunday. Time to hand out some awards!
Dan Essien with a statistical review of the Jets week 1 performance against Buffalo
The Jets offense needs to be under the microscope. This season, this offensive review segment will take a deeper look at how functional this offense is from week to week. We’ll analyze offensive efficiency, play-calling, personnel, and other data points. This will also help us take a deeper look at where Sam Darnold succeeds and where he struggles. First up is week 1 vs. Buffalo.
Joe Caporoso with a week 1 vent on the New York Jets 27-17 loss to the Buffalo Bills
A new year, a new format for our far too frequent loss vents here at TOJ. Let’s dive in on the ass kicking the Jets took from the Buffalo Bills in week 1…
Joe Caporoso with initial reaction to the New York Jets
The New York Jets decided continuity was important for quarterback Sam Darnold heading into year three, at least when it came to coaching. Head Coach Adam Gase was brought back as the de facto Offensive Coordinator, Dowell Loggains was brought back as the Offensive Coordinator but as the de facto Quarterbacks Coach, a position the Jets left officially vacant again. They were going to run the same system and trust more time would make it better and hope in year five that Gase and his system would finally click together and work wonders for Darnold…
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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Joe Caporoso with a Turn On The Jets 12 Pack of predictions for Jets at Bills in week 1 (2020 Edition!)
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