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The New York Jets may have a wide receiver problem. You can make an argument they have the weakest group in the NFL. This isn’t an ideal situation when you have a shaky veteran and a rookie battling for the starting quarterback job. Let’s run through the receivers currently on the depth chart and give a realistic assessment of what the team currently has.
Santonio Holmes - The vetearan of the group and the team’s most talented overall receiver. Unfortunately, Holmes is still recovering from serious Lisfranc surgery and hasn’t even been able to run yet. It remains possible he could start the season on the PUP list, further watering down an already weak positional group.
Best Case - He is ready to play in week 1 and gives the Jets a solid 65-75 reception, 750-900 yard season.
Worst Case - PUP List. Misses the first six games of the season and is never able to get his feet under him as an impact player on offense.
Jeremy Kerley - The only sure thing right now in the Jets receiving gro...
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The Jets reportedly are “toying with the idea” of using rookie Geno Smith as a “change-of-pace quarterback” if he doesn’t earn the starting job.
Oh, Jets. The minute New York drafted Geno Smith in the second round of the NFL draft, a new quarterback controversy was born. The job is the rookie’s to win, according to ESPN.com, but even if he can’t grab the starting role from Mark Sanchez, Smith could still get some playing time. “The coaches are toying with the idea of turning Smith into what [Tim] Tebow was supposed...
Geno Smith caught flak for missing Mark Sanchez's "Jets West" camp, but he says things are cool between the two of them.
At least someone has a bright outlook for the 2013 New York Jets.
Receiver Stephen Hill may be just talking to convince himself that he's on a good team, or maybe he's on to something? Hill was posed the question on the NFL Network Monday, if he believes the Jets will find themselves playing beyond week 16.
"Oh yes, definitely," Hill said. "We will be in...
The New York Jets are at it again, at least they might be according to ESPN New York. Rich Cimini, in his camp preview of the New York Jets, mentioned that the Jets may be thinking about using Geno Smith in the way Tebow was originally meant to be used by the team.
"The coaches are toying with the idea of turning Smith into what Tebow was supposed to be last season -- a...
In recent years, the New York Jets have been mostly noted as a trainwreck, with poor decisions being made in the front office, on the sidelines and on the field. Well, maybe those shenanigans are just a tone for the organization set from the top down.
Noted unauthorized biographer Jerry Oppenheimer is set to drop his newest work, and it’s essentially a takedown of the Johnson ...
Today, the OJT crew sans Achilles (military doesn't give out too much down time lol), will provide our Top-3 and Bottom-3 New York Jets players currently on the roster. To keep it relevant, we've stuck to players that have potential to start or at least [could] see a reasonable chunk of playing time. Enjoy, and make sure to let us know what you think—who was right/wrong—in...
Jets rookie quarterback Geno Smith could still get on the field even if Mark Sanchez beats him out for the starting role, according to Rich Cimini.Fantasy Spin:The thought is they could put in a read-option offensive set for Smith, but fantasy owners only need remember the Tim Tebow offensive game plan to know that it won't work. Fantasy owners need Smith to win the job outright...
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New York Jets Mark Sanchez is seen here at The Rose Bowl sporting this interesting look. Shirt tucked in, white shoes, head band. Sanchez needs to snap out of whatever funk he’s stuck in.-TO
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Geno Smith may have passed on Mark Sanchez’s Jets West camp, but in his eyes, he and Sanchez are cool.
While speaking to OCNN, Smith said ‘he and Sanchez have no hard feelings.”
“Me and Mark are cool. There’s no hard feelings or anything,” Smith said. “He’s up there getting some work with the guys, I’m down here getting work, some guys are going to be down here...
The New York Jets do some pretty strange things. Keeping Mark Sanchez as their starting quarterback for this length of time is one of them, but the latest news out of Jets camp is even more puzzling than that. Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com reported on Monday morning that Rex Ryan and company are “toying with” [...]
According to ESPNNY.com, the Jets view Chris Ivory as a poor man's Marshawn Lynch.Fantasy Spin:Ivory caused 12 missed tackles on just 40 rushing attempts, which nearly equaled former New York running back Shonn Greene's total of 15 on 276 attempts, according to Pro Football Focus. Ivory will have to stay healthy, but if he does he's going to get a ton of touches this season.