Stephen Zantz with thoughts on the New York Jets scrimmage from yesterday….
The Jets played a game yesterday against themselves and still found a way to generate negative media attention. Le’Veon Bell was limited to 3 plays during the intrasquad scrimmage before being pulled by the coaching staff due to “hamstring tightness”. This led to Bell expressing his dissatisfaction with Gase’s decision on Twitter. Here is my initial reaction to this ugly situation.
Stephen Zantz with three trade proposals to help the New York Jets at receiver…
The Jets have a major depth problem at the receiver position. I mentioned this last week when writing about Chris Hogan signing with the team. I composed a few trade scenarios to get the Jets some help at their biggest need less than 3 weeks before kickoff.
Stephen Zantz with initial reaction to the New York Jets signing WR Chris Hogan
It’s no secret the Jets have a depth problem at the WR position. A few guys are hurt and there is a ton of inexperience in the WR room. Joe Douglas addressed this problem by signing Chris Hogan on Sunday morning. I suggested the Jets should sign Hogan back in July to get another veteran in the room. Let’s take a deep dive as to what exactly the Jets are getting in Hogan.
Stephen Zantz on what New York Jets players to target in your fantasy draft…
The Thursday night season opener is a month from yesterday. This is a weird year to even think about fantasy football, but draft season is upon us. As a lifelong Jets fan, I’ve always avoided taking Jets in my fantasy drafts given their offensive ineptitude. I selected a few Jets who are worth targeting in your draft later this month.
Stephen Zantz with a hot seat meter check on the New York Jets heading into August…
Training Camp technically began (Players have reported for COVID-19 testing) over the past few days. It’s always a fun game to evaluate the hot seat of key figures within the Jets organization. I have used a scale of 1-10 to make these evaluations. Let’s dive in.
Stephen Zantz with under the radar free agents the New York Jets should target
Training Camp is slated to open in about two weeks pending a delay from the NFL. As it stands, the Jets have about $24MM remaining in cap space. Some of which will need to be allocated to their unsigned 2020 rookie class. Besides, Clowney and Warford, I’ve highlighted a few players who are worth a FA flier…
Stephen Zantz on different scenarios for the New York Jets 2020 season…
Whenever the season starts to roll around, Jet fans and media are always trying to predict what the outcome of the season will be. I have highlighted three scenarios for how this crazy 2020 season can go. I didn’t include Jamal Adams in any of these scenarios as I really have no idea what will happen with him in 2020.
Stephen Zantz on three New York Jets that fans should be excited for in 2020…
As training camp is slowly approaching, I wanted to spotlight 3 members of the roster the fan base should be excited about.
Stephen Zantz with his 14 favorite plays of Sam Darnold’s Jets career so far…
I thought Jet fans deserve something positive to take their minds off the Prez. Let’s list out/debate my fourteen favorite plays of Sam Darnold’s Jets career so far…
Stephen Zantz with the four biggest questions for the New York Jets with about one month to training camp
Stephen Zantz with four questions for the New York Jets with training camp about one month away…