Jets will have best defense in NFL according to Joe Klecko

The New York Jets had a rock-solid defense last season but their secondary was holding the entire defense back from being truly special because of injuries to the position. During the offseason the Jets addressed their weak secondary by adding cornerbacks Darrelle Revis, Antonio Cromartie and Buster Skrine as well as safety Marcus Gilchrist. They also added USC defensive lineman...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Jets Schedule Breakdown: Part One

Week One – September 13, 2015 (1:00 pm, CBS)New York Jets vs. Cleveland BrownsGang Green will welcome the Cleveland Browns to Met Life Stadium to open the season on September 13th at 1:00 pm. The Browns are an interesting team to open the season against, as they have a new quarterback in Josh McCown. McCown and the Browns reached a 3-year, $14 million contract this offseason. He...
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Meet The New York Jets Coaching Staff – Part 2

Jason Wiles continues his series reviewing the New York Jets coaching staff. Read Part 1 here,  give him a follow and leave a comment below! Bobby April has an impressive 24 years of experience as a NFL coach. He will continue his career as the Jets new Special Teams Coordinator. April has spent the past two decades in special teams, first as a coach, then as a coordinator. After...
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Five NFL teams that no one is talking about but should be

In today’s world, the same few stories get covered incessantly, while the rest of the news gets largely ignored. Despite having hundreds of TV channels, radio stations and web site to provide sweeping coverage, most tend to focus on the same headlines over and over and over again; it’s why the Kardashians are constantly in the news. The same phenomenon is true in sports. A couple...
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TOJ Film Room – New York Jets CB Buster Skrine

After the past few seasons of underwhelming play from the slot corner position, the New York Jets quickly acted on upgrading this offseason with the signing of former Browns CB Buster Skrine. Buster Skrine, a fifth round pick in 2011, found his way onto the Cleveland Browns starting line up in 2013 and held the spot opposite Joe Haden for the entire 2014 season before entering free...
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TOJ Podcast, Episode 22 – New York Jets Film Deep Dive

The TOJ Podcast is back with a new episode! In this week’s edition, Joe Caporoso and Dalbin Osorio take a closer look at the players who have had film reviews on the site, including Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker, Chris Ivory and Geno Smith. New staff writer AJ Sicignano then calls in to discuss Buster Skrine, Erin Henderson and Marcus Gilchrist. Make sure to give us a review on...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

TOJ Roundtable – New York Jets Cornerback Edition

The TOJ Roundtable is back. Make sure to give everybody a follow on Twitter and to let us know your opinion down in the comment section below! Today’s question is… What are your expectations for the New York Jets cornerbacks this season? Joe Caporoso – The depth of this group is staggering and they are led by the best cornerback in the NFL, Darrelle Revis. After his performance...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Buster Skrine: Corners are 'just as important' as quarterbacks

New York Jets cornerback Buster Skrine continues to make headlines over the last week or so. Last week, Skrine had very high praise for the talent level on the Jets defense heading into 2015. In fact, in a recent interview with Sports Illustrated, Skrine went so far as to call the defense a "Dream Team."  “I’ve never played on a defense with this much talent,”​ Skrine said...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Buster Skrine: CBs are ‘just as important’ as QBs

Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY SportsCornerback Buster Skrine says the New York Jets defense is filled with All-Stars. “I’ve never played on a defense with this much talent,”​ Skrine told Don Banks of SI.com. “Our front seven has all-stars and then in the back end, we have all-stars. I’ve never seen anything like this. Everybody said the Philadelphia Eagles were going to be...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Five Reasons the New York Jets Are NOT a "Dream Team"

In essentially giving the Jets a Kiss of Death by even suggesting that they might be a "Dream Team" New York Jets safety Buster Skrine actually brings up a point worth exploring: How talented are the Jets and how far can they go with said talent?Clearly the CB duo of Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie will make QBs think twice before slinging the ball in their directions. And a...
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The New York Jets feel as if they’ve got themselves a “Dream Team”

The New York Jets have given their secondary a makeover — to say the least — and Buster Skrine is happy to be a part of it. In a discussion with SI’s Don Banks, Skrine brought out everyone’s favorite moniker … “The Dream Team.” “I’ve never played on a defense with this much talent,”​ Skrine said. “Our front seven has all-stars and then in the back end, we...
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New York Jets’ Buster Skrine hints at dream team defense

Everybody remember a few years ago with the Eagles, 2011 to be exact? Vince Young went and called the team the “Dream Team”. How did it work out? Not so well. That team won four games, and that was basically the end of Vince Young in the NFL. The New York Jets have made great improvements on the defensive side of the ball, specifically in the secondary. Darrelle Revis and Antonio...
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Cornerback Buster Skrine "Dreaming" with New York Jets

Since its first usage in 1992, the term "Dream Team" has been one of the most overused phrases in sports. There has been only been one true "Dream Team", which was the 1992 USA basketball squad; 11 of the team's 12 players are in the basketball Hall of Fame, yet athletes continue to claim their teams are somehow on the same level. The latest example of this is New York Jets cornerback...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Do the Cleveland Browns have the best secondary in the NFL?

Even though the folks in Seattle and New York would dare to disagree, it didn’t stop Browns defensive coordinator Jim O’Neil from making the bold claim on WKRK radio. In May Donte Whitner said that either the Browns or the Seahawks have the best secondary in the league. He said that the Jets hadn’t done anything as a unit yet, so they were out of the running. But that was not...
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New York Jets’ roster ranked 21st by ESPN and Pro Football Focus

The New York Jets have improved their roster markedly from 2014, but not so much according to ESPN and Pro Football Focus. (Photo Credit: Zimbio.com) The New York Jets have made significant upgrades to their roster, as we all have seen. Brandon Marshall is here to lead the wide receivers, allowing Eric Decker to claim his spot at number two. Devin Smith is in the fold to stretch...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

'No more excuses' for Jets defense in Pace's eyes

The Jets have completely overhauled their defense this offseason. It started in free agency when they signed cornerbacks Darrelle Revis, Antonio Cromartie, Buster Skrine and safety Malcolm Gilchrist to fix the problems that plagued their secondary in 2014.  The Jets weren't done as they added arguably the best player in the NFL Draft in USC defensive lineman Leonard Williams with...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

This graph to show how much the New York Jets spent will blow your mind

The New York Jets spent a ton of cash this offseason on defense, inking Antonio Cromartie, Buster Skrine and Darrelle Revis, to form one of the league’s scariest-looking secondaries in the NFL. They weren’t alone, as the Miami Dolphins inked Ndamukong Suh to a long-term deal, six-years worth $114 million, Despite that, this graph from ESPN shows how the Jets spent a ridiculous...
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New York Jets boast two of the top ten scariest position groups

The New York Jets have quite the talented team heading into 2015 (Photo Credit: Bing Images) As we complete OTAs, and look ahead to training camp, speculation season is in full swing. The rosters have begun to take shape, and we start to see what position units are going to look like. The Jets are no different. So which groups are the best? In the spirit of speculation, which units...
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June 01, 2015  |  Discuss

New York Jets Positional Roster Review: Cornerbacks

New York Jets Positional Roster Review: CornerbacksNew general manager Mike Maccagnan’s offseason spending spree was heavily focused on upgrading a position that was arguably the worst in football last season: Cornerback. Maccagnan did just that, investing over $127 million in three players who should anchor the Jets’ secondary for the next several seasons.Welcome Back - Darrelle...
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June 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Are the New York Jets’ cornerbacks the best position group in the NFL?

What the Jets have done with their secondary in the last few months is pretty remarkable. By the end of last season, I’d dare even the most diehard Jets fans to recount all of the cornerbacks that had been paraded in and out of starting roles in 2014. Now, there may not be a better, deeper group in the whole league. And it’s not just the return of Darrelle Revis — though his...
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May 28, 2015  |  Discuss

DC Kacy Rodgers: Dee Milliner to compete for a roster spot

Just last year, Dee Milliner was expected to lead the New York Jets secondary and be the team's No. 1 cornerback. After a series of injuries and an offseason which saw the Jets add Darrelle Revis, Antonio Cromartie and Buster Skrine, the No. 6 pick from the 2013 NFL Draft could be in danger of making the roster all together. This also doesn't account for 2014 third round pick Dexter...
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May 25, 2015  |  Discuss

How Will Geno Smith and Chan Gailey Bode For The New York Jets?

The New York Jets opened the 2015 Free Agency with a big splashes, signing Darrelle Revis, Antonio Cromartie, Buster Skrine, and Marcus Gilchrist.  They resigned David Harris and tendered Damon “Snacks” Harrison.  They even traded for Brandon Marshall and Zac Stacy via cheap draft picks.  All of that might make a typical Jet’s Fan want to spell out the team name and shout...
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May 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Cleveland Browns 2015 schedule released

The NFL had their big unveiling of all 32 teams’ 2015 schedule on Tuesday. The Cleveland Browns found out that their 2015 NFL season kicks off on the road for the second straight year. The Browns will take to the road to show off their new uniforms against the New York Jets at 1 p.m. on September 13th. They will see a familiar face on the other sideline in former cornerback...
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April 21, 2015  |  Discuss

NFL is now chiming in on insane expectations for New York Jets secondary

The New York Jets secondary got a lot better this offseason. Between the additions (and reunion) of Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie and the underrated signing of Buster Skrine, the unit is going to be really good in 2015. Is it going to be this good? The Jets' secondary = Legion of Boom 2.0? VIDEO: http://t.co/yUQMToau30 pic.twitter.com/RPqC1KvQAJ — NFL Network (@nflnetwork...
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April 20, 2015  |  Discuss

The 5 most underrated free agent signings of the NFL’s offseason

Ah, Free agency.  Its every single fan’s favorite time of the year….to hate.  This is when rosters get shuffled around, and when head scratching trades are made, ala Jimmy Graham to Seattle. However, that’s another story for another time, as for right now, let’s take a look at five of the most underrated free agents signings thus far:      ...
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April 01, 2015  |  Discuss
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