Joe Caporoso with some disgusting New York Jets week 12 leftovers…may your Thanksgiving leftovers be better than this
May your Thanksgiving leftovers be better than these week 12 leftovers on the New York Jets. This is dried out turkey, canned cranberry sauce, soupy mashed potatoes and a weak antipasto (yes, we have antipasto. Look at my last name.) Anyway…enjoy?
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Joe Caporoso with initial reaction to another dumpster fire loss for the New York Jets
Unfortunately, I can basically just copy and paste my initial reaction article to the New York Jets game against the Buffalo Bills back in week 8. The Jets had a pathetic no show tonight against, losing 38-3. They were trounced from the opening snap to the final whistle, looking listless and unprepared. Rex Ryan is now 1-5 after a bye week, 2-13 after his last 15 wins, 14-19 against the AFC East, 16-30 in his last 46 games with 12 (12!) losses by 20 points or more, including three to these Bills. I thought he may make a final push to keep his job but I was wrong, Rex is done. He is what he is: Mike Smith with a worse record and a better personality. Tonight’s effort merited him being fired tomorrow, he won’t be but the performance merited it.
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Joe Caporoso with 12 predictions for the New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills in Detroit
It feels like the New York Jets haven’t played a game in about 3 months. With a Monday night game tonight and then again next week, there have been abundance of stress free Sundays for us Jets fans in November. Yet, they are back at it tonight against the 5-5 Buffalo Bills in Detroit. Can they get their second win a row?
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New York Jets links for week 12 2014 from Joe Malfa
Joe Caporoso looks at eight different ways the New York Jets have used Percy Harvin in the past three games
Marty Mornhinweg hasn’t done a very good job this season. However, let’s give credit when it is due. He has been resourceful when it has come to using new acquisition Percy Harvin in his first three games as a member of the New York Jets. Here is a look at eight different ways he has used Harvin this far:
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Joe Caporoso on the New York Jets playing out the string
The New York Jets have an extended string to play out this season. With how their schedule is structured, they have an opportunity to spread their misery to divisional rivals and to their own fans with a strong finish.
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Joe Caporoso, Cole Patterson, Connor Rogers and Dalbin Osorio answer your Jets questions from Twitter and preview the team’s stretch run
The Turn On The Jets Podcast is back. This week we answer your New York Jets questions off Twitter, preview the team’s stretch run, discuss the NFL Draft and kick around some potential head coach candidates. What do you think we will see from the team over the final six games, do you think Rex Ryan will be back? Let us know down below and subscribe to our YouTube channel!
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Dalbin Osorio looks at ten moves the New York Jets could make this offseason
Putting a potential Muhammad Wilkerson extension to the side and working under the assumption Rex Ryan is back in 2015, here are ten moves the New York Jets could consider this offseason…
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Joe Caporoso on some hopeful bye week changes the New York Jets will implement
The bye week provides a good opportunity for a NFL team to scout themselves and look at how they can improve for the duration of their season. Here are a few things the New York Jets hopefully realized before their final six games begin…
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TOJ Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio on why New York Jets Running Back Chris Ivory deserves more touches than Chris Johnson
This isn’t your traditional RB Grade sheet. Consider this a memo to Offensive Coordinator Marty Mornhinweg…
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