Mike Nash goes three up, three down on the New York Jets heading into the bye week…
Welp, that was ugly.
After absolutely dominating the Buffalo Bills ten days earlier, the Jets played terribly down in Tampa Bay against Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Buccaneers, losing a poorly played football game 15-10. It was not easy to find three players who had a good game but let’s give this week’s three up/three down a shot.
New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso and Scott Mason review the New York Jets week 10 loss to the Tampa Bay Bucs, answer your bye week questions and preview the team’s final six games. Joe then discusses the 2018 NFL Draft & more with Connor Rogers
Joe Caporoso and Scott review the New York Jets week 10 loss to the Tampa Bay Bucs, answer your bye week questions and preview the team’s final six games. Joe then talks with Connor Rogers about the state of the organization and 2018 NFL Draft prospects/targets.
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Joe Malfa with his weekly tracker and ranking of college quarterbacks
These quarterback trackers began under the impression the Jets would be a lock for a top-five pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. After a disappointment against Tampa Bay, the Jets are 4-6 and would have the No. 11 pick if the season ended today.
Wherever they end up — whether it is top-five, top-10, or even top-15 — they will still have a shot at a franchise quarterback in a QB-heavy draft class, so Joe Malfa kept a close eye on the performances of college’s top quarterback prospects this week as he has throughout the season.
Here are the rankings ahead of Week 12:
Joe Caporoso breaks down the film on the New York Jets week 10 loss to the Tampa Bay Bucs…
We are back with another TOJ New York Jets film breakdown. Check out previous editions right here. On to the #tape…
The TOJ Roundtable discusses the New York Jets week 10 loss to the Tampa Bay Bucs…
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What were you most disappointed with in the New York Jets 15-10 loss to the Tampa Bay Bucs?
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Joe Caporoso with a New York Jets loss vent on their 15-10 defeat to the Tampa Bay Bucs…
It is hard to say yesterday’s New York Jets loss was shocking. Despite the good vibes of a primetime win over a quickly fading Buffalo team, the Jets entered yesterday 1-3 on the road, who was well in the 20s in total offense, total defense and DVOA rankings. The NFL and particularly the AFC is filled with mediocre parity this year. This Jets team can be competitive most weeks because of it but also lose in any given week because of it. Yesterday was disappointing because it did not only amplify the team’s talent shortcomings, it also amplified a lack of maturity to avoid a “let down” game.
Scott Mason and Kyle Fahey give their post game thoughts on the New York Jets 15-10 loss to the Tampa Bay Bucs…
Episode 31 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason’ and Kyle Fahey give their post game reaction to the New York Jets 15-10 loss to the Tampa Bay Bucs and are joined by CJ DeSimone. (more…)
Joe Caporoso with initial reaction to the New York Jets 15-10 loss to the Tampa Bay Bucs
The New York Jets were due for a regression to the mean game. They got it on the road in Tampa Bay today, falling 15-10 in a game that was not as close as the score looked. This was an ugly, painful to watch display of football between two thoroughly mediocre teams, led by two thoroughly mediocre quarterbacks. On the whole, the Jets coaching staff has been pretty good this year but today they laid a complete egg, failing to do anything to adjust around the Jets notable talent limitations at premium positions. This team was also feeling just a little too good about themselves because of one divisional win, while failing to recognize they had lost the three games before it and are still in last place in the AFC East.
Greg Armstrong gives a positional breakdown of Jets vs. Bucs
The New York Jets have a very good chance at being a .500 football team heading into their bye week. The only thing standing in their way? Ryan Fitzpatrick and a reeling Buccaneers team who has been one of the most underwhelming teams in football this season. I take a closer look at how the teams stack up against each other. (more…)