Harris, gone. Decker, gone. What does the Jets’ depth chart look like?

Tuesday, Bloody Tuesday. In a purge so disappointing you’d expect it to be in theaters this summer, the Jets parted ways with long-time, stalwart ILB David Harris and respected WR Eric Decker. The moves were both shocking and disrespectful, to say the least. But the business of football is as cutthroat as it comes, and loyalty is often a one … Continue reading

Predicting the Jets 53-Man Depth Chart


Way-too-early depth charts are a post-draft tradition like no other; where else can you just blindly throw out bold claims without the slightest bit of on-field support? Nowhere. Which is why we all love them, it’s the chance to project your own bit of hope onto how the offseason will develop. So here it is, filled with stunning hot takes, wild … Continue reading

Who are the Jets’ Best Options at Pick 6?

May 8, 2014; New York, NY, USA; A general view of a helmet, NFL shield, stage, and podium before the start of the 2014 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

  It’s time to put aside all the mock drafts, all the smokescreens and all the hype, draft day has finally arrived. If you’re anything like me, you woke up feeling like a kid on Christmas, so let’s jump right in and look at some possible gifts that Jets fans can hope for from Ole’ St. Macc. Here are the top 5 … Continue reading

New York Jets Seven Round Mock Draft 2.0


Ahh, draft week. The time where rumors run wild and fans prepare for for both the elation and devastation of the first round. I try to avoid too many mock drafts throughout the season, mostly because there is nothing I loathe more than the forced “hot takes” that tend to come with someone’s 4th or 5th mock. (Re: Currently people are projecting Mike Williams as a … Continue reading

NY Jets Free Agency Preview


With the NFL’s league year set to start tomorrow at 4 PM let’s look at some key positions that the Jets can possibly fill in the first week of free-agency. I expect the team to make some splashes in free agency, but not like the 2015 spending spree, this time GM Mike Maccagnan is sure to focus on younger, cheaper players, not established … Continue reading

Marshall the latest cut in Jets seismic rebuild

With the release of Wide Receiver Brandon Marshall late Thursday night, the Jets entered into the full stages of their rebuilding efforts. The release, first reported by Newsday, wasn’t much of a surprise. The nearly 33 year old receiver was coming off of his worst year, statistically, and is reportedly looking for an organization he can compete for a championship … Continue reading

Jets Pre-Combine 7 Round Mock Draft


With the first on-field activities set to take place today at the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, let’s take a look at some prospects that the Jets could wind up with on draft day. **Spoiler alert: there’s not a single quarterback on this list. Let the hate mail begin. 1st Round (Pick 6): RB – Leonard Fournette – LSU Personally, … Continue reading

Jets keep the Carousel going by taking QB Christian Hackenberg


The Jets used their second round pick to draft Penn State QB Christian Hackenberg, Friday night, causing a lot of speculation on the futures of both Ryan Fitzpatrick and Geno Smith. My thoughts on the pick: -Hackenberg is the most polarizing prospect in the draft, people love him or hate him, and the Jet fans are feeling the same way … Continue reading