Greg Armstrong With His New York Jets 2021 Mock Draft V2.0….
Well…we’re here now. The long talked about nightmare of the Jets winning a game and falling out of the Trevor Lawrence driver seat has finally happened. The sky might be falling for a lot of Jets fans with the reality of missing out on Lawrence setting in but don’t fret! This is still a really good QB class. Let’s start diving into draft scenarios that don’t involve Trevor Lawrence with my mock draft 2.o. Continue reading “New York Jets – Greg Armstrong Mock Draft V2.0”
Ben DiNapoli with his breakdown of the New York Jets secondary heading into week 8…
After two straight wins, the Jets came back down to earth in week 7, losing 37-17 to the Minnesota Vikings. In a game not many people thought New York could win, the Jets, with key injuries on both sides of the ball, actually kept it close into the second half. However, sloppy play and the inability to capitalize on mistakes led to the Vikings pulling away as the day unfolded. Speaking of injuries, the secondary was once again without Trumaine Johnson, Buster Skrine and Marcus Maye, but played better than expected for the majority of the afternoon. Continue reading “New York Jets – Week 7 Secondary Breakdown”
Mike Nolan with an in-depth look at recently signed New York Jets Running Back Mike Goodson.
Mike Nolan steps inside the film room to take a look at Mike Goodson. Make sure you give Mike a follow on Twitter and Turn on the Jets a follow on Facebook.
Keeping up with recent film studies done on the New York Jets free agent signings (In case you missed them here is Willie Colon and Antonio Garay), let’s take a look at running back Mike Goodson.
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