Scott Mason talks to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News for a midweek look at everything going on surrounding the New York Jets as they prepare for their matchup later tonight on national television against the Baltimore Ravens at M & T Bank Stadium!
Episode 527 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason talks to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News for a midweek look at everything going on surrounding the New York Jets as they prepare for their matchup later tonight on national television against the Baltimore Ravens at M & T Bank Stadium!
-Everything surrounding Le’Veon Bell from bowling to illness to being underutilized
-Adam Gase’s bizarre handling of the bowling story and why it may be a tell as to the coach’s true feelings about his star running back
-News involving banged up Jets including Jamal Adams, Brian Poole, Bilal Powell, Ryan Griffin, Quinnen Williams, and Arthur Maulet.
-The seemingly unstoppable Lamar Jackson and why he may embarrass the Jets tonight on national television
-Predictions for tonight’s game against the Ravens and keys to the game for Gang Green
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Statistics let us remove emotional stimuli and focus on the hard truth of what happens. But we need to place statistics into their environment to gain context and understand what’s really happening. Bryce Petty having 60% accuracy doesn’t tell you any information, but 60% accuracy throwing against man coverage gives you something to work with. That’s the purpose of this season-long project. Continue reading “Context Stats: Bryce Petty vs the Dolphins”
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Joe Caporoso with initial reaction to the New York Jets 34-13 loss to the Miami Dolphins
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Continue reading “Initial Reaction – Another Primetime Game, Another Jets Blowout”
Joe Caporoso on the New York Jets need to use the 2017 season to prepare for 2018 and beyond
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Continue reading “New York Jets – No Half Measures, Think 2018”
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