Lee Shows Excitement in Minicamp, But Perhaps Too Much

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Rookie minicamp is always a very exciting time for coaches and fans alike. For coaches and fans, it’s the first glance at their draft picks and potential undrafted free agents. For players, it’s the first time they get to work with their future coaches and prove their value. Unfortunately, these minicamps are not accurate depictions of how players skill because … Continue reading

NY Jets Need to Find Kicker, Punter in 2016 Draft

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As draft day nears, the hype and rumors around top rated players have begun to grow in both size and lunacy. Personally, I think that any speculation beyond analyzing basic needs and team visits should be kept to a minimum as the truth behind such news and rumors very often lead to empty hopes.   So, following those guidelines, I … Continue reading

With O-Line Deteriorating, It’s Winters Time to Shine

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RG Brian Winters was drafted by the New York Jets in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft, and that’s probably the most positive thing to be said about his career thus far. Brian Winters started for twelve games in his rookie year and despite the Jets’ high hopes that he could be a solid starter, he greatly disappointed … Continue reading

Jets: Maccagnan Takes New Approach to Cap Crunches

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At this point in the offseason, many teams find themselves stuck between a cap and hard place. Big spending for top level players usually occurs in the first week of free agency, when teams with the cap room make big flashy transactions to improve their teams. After the first couple weeks of free agency, most teams find themselves with limited … Continue reading

Jets Maccagnan Shows Poise With Free Agency

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Last year, when Mike Maccagnan and Todd Bowles walked into the front office, a heavy weight was immediately dropped on their shoulders, and that weight was the New York Jets roster. In 2014, the Jets went 4-12 with no signs of life on offense and minimal signs of life on defense. In response, Maccagnan and Bowles constructed an aggressive free … Continue reading

Jets’ Bowles, Maccagnan Headed for Difficult Year 2

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Jet fans were thrilled to hear that the Jets hired former assistant coach of the year Todd Bowles at the end of the 2014 season. Bowles and new GM Mike Maccagnan did not fail to disappoint fans in the 2015 season. Not only did the dynamic duo show their success on the field with the Jets’ first ten-win season since … Continue reading

NY Jets Should Shake Up Kicking Game

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Ever since special team coordinator and mastermind Mike Westhoff left the Jets, the Jets have struggled to string together a quality unit.  One aspect of the special teams, the kicking game, struggled this year. The New York Jets special teams found themselves at the bottom of the table at the end of the 2015 season, giving up two punt returns … Continue reading

Revis Still a Top CB, But Not Worth 70 Million

The NY Jets drafted Darrelle Revis in 2007 and ever since his rookie season, he has been considered one of the best corners of all time. After Revis officially joined the team (he missed twenty-one days of training camp while negotiating his contract), he became a shutdown corner and earned the nickname “Revis Island”. Between 2007-2012, quarterbacks would rarely throw … Continue reading