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Turn On The Jets TV: 2014 New York Jets Rushing Attack

The latest at our Turn On The Jets YouTube channel from Kevin Bauer. A little preview of what to expect from the Jets three headed attack at running back in 2014. Any nicknames for Chris Ivory, Chris Johnson and Bilal Powell? How about predictions for their statistical production this season? Make sure to subscribe to our channel! I’ll include specific predictions in our annual...
Via Turn On The Jets
August 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Bilal Powell Making The Most Of His Opportunities In The Preseason

Photo: ESPN.com Former Louisville running back Bilal Powell is going up against some stiff competition this season within the New York Jets backfield. Powell had his best season as a professional in 2013-14 where played in every game for the Jets and started more than half of the time. He finished with 697 yards on the season, averaging four yards per carry. In his fourth season...
Via The Cardinal Connect
August 18, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Jets Bilal Powell’s Role: The Third Head

Much has been made of the New York Jets new look backfield for 2014.  Chris Ivory put together a strong 2013 season, pushing 4.6 yards per carry. Enter Chris Johnson: an explosive playmaker with an unbroken string of 1,000 yard seasons. This tandem was expected to provide a formidable one-two punch out of the backfield. But the Jets added an unforeseen piece to the puzzle this...
Via Turn On The Jets
August 14, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Jets: Biggest winners in camp so far

New York Jets training camp is going as smoothly as a New York Jets training camp can be expected to go. There’s drama, but it’s no Sanchez v. Tebow. There’s chatter, but is anyone truly surprised? But more than anything else, training camp is about who is performing well and who is not. With the Jets’ first preseason game a mere five days away (hosting Indianapolis this...
Via isportsweb.com
August 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Too Many New York Jets Draft Rumors: Trading into Top 10?

NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport reported two things about the New York Jets last night, but they sounded funny together in the same sentence. Rapoport tweeted the following: “Mentioned earlier the #Jets are looking to trade up. Their target is the Top 10, and I’m told they are very hot on #LSU WR Odell Beckham.” If you follow me on Twitter @Adam_Zielonka, you know I was very skeptical...
Via isportsweb.com
May 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Chris Johnson released – why the New York Jets should sign him

He refused to take a pay cut. His relationship with the Tennessee Titans seemed irreparable. Finally, Chris Johnson was released Friday. After a week of discussion about DeSean Jackson’s release (for an entirely different reason) and about whether the Jets ought to try to sign him, another new offensive weapon hits free agency and becomes the biggest name, the only name to talk...
Via isportsweb.com
April 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Where do the Jets go from here at running back?

Running back just isn’t a priority for the New York Jets. With glaring issues in the secondary, at wide receiver, at tight end and outside linebacker, it’s hard to imagine Gang Green targeting the offensive backfield in either the early part of free agency or the first few rounds of the draft. Incumbent 1a-1b backs Chris Ivory and Bilal Powell are still under contract, as is...
Via cover32 - Jets
February 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Mailbag: The future of the Jets’ offense

Every Wednesday, we will be running #32chat, an opportunity for fans and readers alike to get their questions about all things Jets answered. To get your questions into future mailbags, tweet them at @cover32_NYJ with the hashtag #32chat. Is the Powell-Ivory combination one the Jets should keep together for 2014? – Rob, (Hoboken, NJ) Inflexibility is never a good attribute for...
Via cover32 - Jets
January 08, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Jets RB Bilal Powell throws 30 yard pass to Jeff Cumberland

The Jets postseason hopes might be dead and buried, but it looks like they’re still playing to beat Miami today and hopefully secure their head coach’s job next season. Take a look at running back Bilal Powell’s 30 yard pass to tight end Jeff Cumberland! Courtesy of gifdsports.com   Heck, maybe if Geno Smith doesn’t work out, Bilal Powell could take a snap or two! The Jets...
Via New York Sports-Kings
December 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Bilal Powell ran a half back pass to perfection against the Miami Dolphins

  Bilal Powell (a running back) threw a left handed pass out of the wildcat formation. Rarely do we see these plays end well but this one actually worked to perfect. Geno Smith lined up as a wide receiver and it was a major conversion for the New York Jets.
Via Throw The Flag
December 29, 2013  |  Discuss
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