Michael Pallas \ Aug 18th, 2019
Versatility is a word that will be a word associated with the New York Jets offense in 2019 because they have a few players who can play multiple positions and they should take advantage of that. Continue reading
Raul Vazquez | Aug 17th, 2019
The Jets had a disappointing 2018 season. The team did not have high expectations, by any means with Sam Darnold in his rookie year but the team only managed to win four games and missed the playoffs for the eighth straight season. Coming off an abysmal year, the offseason was busy and hectic with moves made throughout the organization.
Raul Vazquez | August 11th, 2019
Preseason football is fun. Most of the game the second and third teams will be out there, but nonetheless, football is back! With the first round of football back this week, football twitter is amazing as fanbases get the first glimpse of their teams in real, live football. The takes are based off one game, one drive, or even one play. In the spirit of preseason football hype, how did the New York Jets look in their first action with new personnel? Will Adam Gase’s offense be great? Should they have cut Chandler Catanzaro during the rain delay?Continue reading
Michael Pallas \ Aug 6th, 2019
The offensive line is the most important group of players on the football field in the modern NFL offense. That being said, the most important player in pass protection in the modern NFL is the quarterback, and for the New York Jets, it’s Sam Darnold. Continue reading
John Supowitz| June 5th, 2019
It’s well known that the tight end position is thin. There is some valuable talent, Travis Kelce, George Kittle, Zach Ertz to name a few, but not many others you can depend on. This past Tuesday, June 7th, the New England Patriots released Austin Seferain-Jenkins one day into mandatory mini-camp. Although he has had personal issues and injuries when on the field, he is a reliable player at the tight end position and could help your team. Here’s a list of teams Seferian-Jenkins could have fantasy value with.