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Can Cromartie, defense remain successful with turnover? [Steven Bisig, US PRESSWIRE]
The Jets team has changed a lot this offseason—new faces all over the place. The secondary has 3 new starters. I believe, however, that the unit can be just as productive as last year’s squad. You really can't compare stats on the two groups, because this year’s group is so young and they haven't had a significant amount of playing time.
This year’s group lacks the punishing, Pro Bowl safety that is Laron Landry. Landry is gone to the Colts, a big loss for the team. However, the Jets managed to sign his brother, Dawan Landry. Dawan is a few years older and won't have the same impact his brother had, but he will be a big part of the secondary. His style of play is very similar to Laron's in the way that they can both stop the run with consistency, but aren't necessarily ball hawks.
With Yeremiah Bell gone to free agency, I see Josh Bush and Antonio Allen sharing time...
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The Jets seem to love being in the headlines, but it hasn't been for their play on the field. After a wasted year they moved on from the Tim Tebow circus.
The Jets like to say they play great defense and run the ball. The problem is they don't do either well. People like to put all the blame on Mark Sanchez but, he has a terrible offensive line, no wide receivers...
The focus on the Jets is always on two things, Rex Ryan and Mark Sanchez. While Ryan invites the attention, I think Sanchez gets way too much blame when it comes to the Jets success. Rex likes to say that this team is built on running the ball and a solid defense. The problem is, they can't run the ball and the defense isn't that great. The Jets have to get better...
When talking about great expectations, I do not refer to the Charles Dickens classic, but to the confidence with which one can look foward to the career of Jets’ defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson.
Raise your hand if you purchased a Muhammad Wilkerson jersey following the 2012 season. If you raised your hand, go ahead and pat yourself on the back. You, and thousands of other...
The king of the AFC East for the past decade has been Tom Brady. The last two seasons the New York Jets, Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins have all acquired new quarterbacks, hoping that these young players can dethrone Brady.
This season the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills drafted new quarterbacks in the first 2 rounds of the NFL Draft. Last season Ryan Tannehill was drafted in the...
Can the Jets 2 first round picks have an immediate impact? 1. Who will be the starting Quarterback week 1? The biggest question mark surrounding the Jets is who will be the starting quarterback week 1? The New York Jets have had Mark Sanchez start behind center the past 4 seasons. However, after drafting Geno Smith in the second round this year, is it time for the Jets to move past...
New York Jets’ (presumable) starting quarterback Mark Sanchez was drafted in the first round in the 2009 draft. Since he’s started in 68 games. Despite all that experience, ESPN analyst Ron Jaworski says Sanchez is still making rookie mistakes that should be long gone by now.
The bottom line is Sanchez continues to make too many throws that a quarterback with his experience level...
68 starts is certainly a lot of NFL experience to still be making rookie mistakes, but that's exactly what former NFL quarterback and film guru Ron Jaworski is seeing in New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez.
“The bottom line is Sanchez continues to make too many throws that a quarterback with his experience level should not make,” Jaworski said, via ProFootballTalk. “Sanchez...
When looking at any offense across the NFL, four variables have a very high correlation to whether a team wins or loses: turnovers, first down efficiency, red zone efficiency and explosive plays. While it’s tough to project out how the New York Jets will fare in the first three categories, it’s clear that the team has much more potential for explosive plays this season. Adding...
Antonio Garay used to scoot around San Diego in a little, red Smart Car with huge Hello Kitty faces decorating each door.
The funny photos of the former Charger and current New York Jets nose tackle squeezing his 6-foot-4, 320-pound frame into the attention-grabbing but environmentally friendly vehicle were all over the Internet a year ago.
But, new Jets teammate Quinton Coples...
It's here, the day that some Jets fans have been waiting for in regards to changing the look and legacy of this team from it's Atlanta roots. So here's what you need to know: expect change but nothing significant.
That's what my gut feeling tells me and no other reason, or source.
The Jets had trouble rolling four competent and effective lines with the bottom...
Check out episode 4 of the Turn On The Jets Podcast hosted by Joe Caporoso. New York Jets beat writer Conor Orr of The Star Ledger stops by to discuss what he saw from the team during mini-camp and OTAs. TOJ Staff Writer Mike Nolan talks Jets offensive line and Marty Mornhinweg’s offense. Co-host Michael O’Connor also calls in for a brief appearance to discuss the safety position...
Center Nick "The Beard" Mangold has been a staple of the Jets O-Line since '06. [AP]
Nick Mangold, listed at 6’4” 307 Lbs., was a three year starter for the Ohio State University Buckeyes. He received second team All-Big Ten honors in 2004 and 2005.
In the 2006 NFL Draft, Nick Mangold was selected in the 1st round, 29th overall by the New York Jets...
First off, hope you all had a great 4th of July!
Second, we are officially 3 weeks (21 days) away from New York Jets training camp in Courtland, NY and it can't come soon enough. This is a tough time for all of us in Jets Nation, so we at OJT hope you're managing to stay sane.
While you wait for Gang Green to put the pads on and get on the field, OJT will continue...
Rookie cornerback Dee Milliner is quickly realizing he's not in Tuscaloosa anymore, but former Crimson Tide teammate Greg McElroy is making the Jets' newcomer feel right at home.
With All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis shipped to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this offseason, Pro Bowler Antonio Cromartie is more than filling the leadership role left behind by No. 24. Find out a list of players who are attending Camp Cro this month.