Joel Corry, Jason Fitzgerald, Jason McIntyre, Brian Bassett, Chris Lopresti, Corey Griffin, Kristian Dyer, Joe Caporoso discuss the New York Jets offseason
The New York Jets are about to embark on a critical offseason. General Manager John Idzik is armed with ample cap space and an anticipated 8-12 selections in the upcoming NFL Draft. Rex Ryan is back for his sixth season as the team’s head coach. Here at Turn On The Jets, we were lucky enough to gather the opinions of the following to discuss the direction of the team:
The discussion is divided into four categories: New York Jets Current Roster, Free Agency, Quarterback and the NFL Draft. I included brief thoughts at the bottom of each category. A huge thank you to everybody who contributed their insight.
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With the draft pushed back until May this year, the wait is painful. On the other hand, it creates a longer free agency period and more time for prospect breakdowns. As the draft talk heats up, lets go over a few common aspects all should be weary of before the big event in May takes place. Continue reading “Morning Cup of Coffee: NFL Draft 101”
Cole Patterson on the New York Jets search for quality and quantity this offseason.
After the Seattle Seahawks stunning victory over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII, much has been made about the formula that got them there. To the relief of Jets fans everywhere, the Seahawks proved that a defense first team with a player-friendly coach can win a championship. The New York Jets, as they are currently constituted, resemble the Seahawks in numerous ways. However, from a talent perspective, the Jets have a good deal of catching up to do. They need an infusion of talent in anyway possible. Just look at the aforementioned Seahawks for the success story.
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Connor Rogers takes an early look at the Jets options in the draft and free agency at tight end and wide receiver
The New York Jets will be selecting 18th overall in May’s NFL Draft. While many are questioning if the team should make a play for one of the top tier quarterbacks, I will not touch on that approach here. Geno Smith has a long way to go, but no matter who is under center, the offense needs to upgrade the skill positions such as wide receiver and tight end. Let’s set up a scenario: The Jets hang tight with the 18th pick and are on the clock. Here are the details: Continue reading “2014 NFL Draft – Tight End or Wide Receiver?”