TOJ’s Draft SZN, Episode 8: Things Get Heated

The Draft SZN crew cover 4 top prospects and argue about when to take interior offensive line.

On this episode of the Draft SZN, the boys are back to discuss four top prospects: David Ojabo, Chris Olave, Travon Walker, and Kenyon Green. They also have a contentious debate over when to take interior offensive linemen in the Draft.

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Draft SZN: Jameson Williams + Listener Mailbag

The boys discuss Jameson Williams and address a listener mailbag.

The boys are back to discuss this season’s breakout WR prospect, Alabama’s Jameson Williams, as well as three other top prospects including Brandon Smith, Daxton Hill, and Mykael Wright.  They also dig into the listener mailbag and talk about the earliest they would take Iowa Center Tyler Linderbaum, among other topics.

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TOJ’s DraftSZN Ep. 6: Discussing 8 Borderline 1st Rd Prospects

The guys bring to the table 2 prospects at Jets’ positions of needs.

On this episode of the Draft SZN podcast, Michael Meegan, Joe Belic, James Kuntz, and Dylan Price each bring two prospects to the table to improve the Jets’ worst position groups. The guys discuss Verone McKinley, Jalen Catalon, Jalen Wydermeyer, Trey McBride, Christian Harris, Henry Too’Too, Roger McCreary, and Martin Emerson.

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Draft SZN, Episode 3: Digging into 4 Elite Defensive Prospects

The Draft SZN Squad discusses Kyle Hamilton, Jordan Davis, Trent McDuffie, and Zach Harrison.

On episode 3 of the DraftSZN podcast presented by Turn on the Jets, hosts Michael Meegan, James Kuntz, Joe Belic and Dylan Price debate 4 of the most talked about defense prospects from the 2022 NFL draft class and whether the Jets should be in or out on them. They discuss Safety Kyle Hamilton, Cornerback Trent McDuffie, EDGE Zach Harrison, and IDL Jordan Davis. 

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The LaFleur Lineage: Resurrecting the Jets’ Offense Requires a Return to Tradition

The Jets Offense is a failure; here’s what needs to change.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mike LaFleur was the next man up in the vaunted Shanahan coaching tree when he was hired as the Jets’ Offensive Coordinator. Having worked under Kyle Shanahan for 7 years, LaFleur is well-versed in the wide zone offense that has taken over the NFL, and fans hoped that LaFleur could be the next Kyle Shanahan, Sean McVay, Kevin Stefanski, or even Matt LaFleur. 8 weeks into the season, fans’ wishful thinking has morphed into widespread disdain for Mike LaFleur. 

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Draft SZN Returns!

The TOJ Draft SZN Podcast returns to discuss top prospects such as Tyler Linderbaum, Aidan Hutchinson, Derek Stingley, and more!

Clemson cornerback Andrew Booth Jr.

On the return of the DraftSZN podcast featuring hosts Michael Meegan, James Kuntz, Dylan Price and Joe Belic break down some of their initial favorite prospects of the 2021 draft class and who they are buying or selling stock on through the first 7 weeks. They discuss guys like Aidan Hutchinson, Tyler Linderbaum and more!

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Reaction to Initial 53 Man Roster & Players to Target

James Kuntz offers his thoughts on the Jets’ initial 53 man roster and players the team should target.

This afternoon, the New York Jets made roster cuts in order to winnow down their 80+ player squad to a 53 man active roster. In this article, I will offer my thoughts on the most significant decisions the team made and  provide names of players cut by other teams that the Jets should target.

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Draft SZN: The WR Show!

On this episode of Draft SZN, the guys discuss the WRs of the 2021 Draft Class.

On this episode of Draft SZN, DA Osorio, Joe Belic, Michael Meegan, and James Kuntz discuss the 2021 WR Draft Class from a Jets perspective. They analyze a variety of prospects and topics including:

-How good is Jaylen Waddle? Can he make it to pick 23?

-Who’s a better fit for the Deebo Samuel role in this offense: Kadarious Toney or Rondale Moore?

-Would you rather have Ja’Marr Chase or Amari Cooper?

-The route-running prowess of Elijah Moore

-And several other WRs the Jets should be targeting in the Draft!

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