Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links December 18, 2013
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- When It Comes To Geno and Rex, Neither Case Is Clear Cut
TJ Rosenthal on the unclear futures of Geno Smith and Rex Ryan
- TOJ Podcast – Week 16 Edition
Joe Caporoso, Dan Marcus and Dalbino talk New York Jets on the Turn On The Jets Podcast (Google Hangout Edition!)
- Practice report: Howard misses early drills
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Durable right tackle Austin Howard, who sat out two plays this past Sunday with an apparent leg injury, didn’t participate in positional drills Wednesday.
Howard was in uniform — a positive sign — but he worked off to the side during the portion of practice open to the media. He was hurt in the second quarter of the New York Jets’ loss to the Carolina Panthers and was replaced by Vladimir Ducasse. But Howard was back in for the next series and finished the game.
- Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Finals Edition
This is the last week of waiver wire. Thanks for reading all year and good luck in the finals. Todman was listed last week and was a great pickup, ride him again. Let’s get to this week’s list; Here is my week 12 list of top pickups; Kirk Cousins -He looked solid and is a […]
- New York Jets – Linebacker Grades – Week 15
Connor Rogers grades the Jets linebackers from there week 15 performance in Carolina.
- Wayne Chrebet: ‘Hopefully They Can Finish Strong’
Jet Alum Talks Green and White with Eric Allen
- NFL Nation Buzz: New York Jets
- Where Do The Jets Go From Here (JetNation Radio)
New Episode JetNation Radio: The New York Jets were officially eliminated from the playoffs and the team faces many challenges heading into this offseason. Hosts Tyson Rauch and Dennis Agapito discussed how at one point a promising season faded so rapidly. JetNation called in and give their opinion on the many issues facing the team: […]
- Welcome Home Willie Colon!
Bronx Native Delivers Thanksgiving Meals in NYC
- What does the future hold for Rex Ryan?
- Green Day: Possible Rex-placements
‘Tis the season for Christmas lists. And lists of head-coaching candidates.
If Rex Ryan is fired at the end of the season, the New York Jets are sure to have the following names on their radar:
1. Darrell Bevell, Seattle Seahawks, offensive coordinator: After five straight defensive-minded head coaches, the Jets figure to pick an offensive guy to oversee the rebuilding of that side of the ball. Bevell is an obvious candidate because he worked with general manager John Izdik, a former Seahawks executive.
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- Film Review: Jets get skunked by Panthers
One last look back at the New York Jets’ 30-20 loss to the Carolina Panthers:
I heard this expression a long time ago (I think it came from Bill Parcells), and it applies to one element of the game: How many times do you need to get hit in the face with a skunk before you realize it stinks?
The Jets got hit with a cornerback blitz on their sixth play from scrimmage, but they did little to stop it — so the Panthers used it over and over. The Panthers aren’t known for exotic blitzes, but they kept sending Captain Munnerlyn off the corner.
- Westhoff sickened by blocked punt
Special-teams guru Mike Westhoff had no problems with the New York Jets’ unconventional strategy that resulted in a blocked punt Sunday against the Carolina Panthers. He said it was a sound call, with minimal risk. He just believes the players — Zach Sudfeld, in particular — did a poor job of executing.
The Jets’ former special teams coordinator, in a phone interview Tuesday, said he used the same three-flyer scheme on occasion. He recalled one time against the New England Patriots, when Bill Belichick was running down the sideline calling for a timeout because he thought the Jets were planning to run a fake.