Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links August 7, 2014
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- TOJ Pre-Season Preview – New York Jets vs. Indiannapolis Colts
Joe Caporoso previews the New York Jets pre-season opener vs the Indianapolis Colts
- What you see at Jets training camp isn’t always what it seems
Training camp is often more about creating challenges and executing than it is about beating the unit on the other side of the ball.
- W2W4: New York Jets
The New York Jets (0-0) and Indianapolis Colts (0-0) open the preseason Thursday night at MetLife Stadium:
1. Pressure on Geno Smith: The quarterback job is Smith’s to lose. Now all he has to do is … you know, not lose it. A solid performance will allow him to continue as the front-runner — that means no silly turnovers — and that would make life a lot easier for the Jets’ decision makers. Smith will start (you knew that already) and will play into the second quarter, handing off to Michael Vick.
- Going to Colts-Jets? Those smart cards and that ticket rewards program, explained
In which we answer your questions about your Jets tickets.
- What do you want to see from Geno Smith, other Jets in preseason opener vs. Colts?
Tell us what you are looking to glean from tonight’s game.
- Mic’d Up: Chris Johnson
First-Year Jets RB Wired for Sound on Day 10 of Training Camp
- TOJ Filmroom: New York Jets Running Back Daryl Richardson
TOJ Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio breaks down New York Jets RB Daryl Richardson.
- Three positions to watch (besides quarterback) in Jets’ preseason opener vs. Colts
In addition to tracking Geno Smith and Michael Vick, we will be noting the developments at running back, cornerback and wide receiver.
- Jets rookie Jace Amaro still expects ‘big things this year,’ despite uneven results early on
Amaro is beginning to feel more comfortable in the Jets’ West Coast offense, which presented a major learning curve for him.
- The Offensive Line: Who’s Who
Among many question marks for the Jets entering the 2014 season is the offensive line. As the Jets prepare for their first preseason game tomorrow night against the Indianapolis Colts Rex Ryan and his staff realizes this is still a work in progress. Right now the depth chart reflects this with D’Brickashaw Ferguson at LT […]
- Jets \ Colts: Game Preview & Notes
Football is back! Thursday night at 7 p.m. the New York Jets will square off at MetLife Stadium against the Indianapolis Colts for their first preseason matchup. Head coach Rex Ryan said that he expects the starters to play into the second quarter. Second year quarterback Geno Smith will start with the first team, as […]
- Vick “Looking Forward” To An Improved Geno Smith
According to ESPN.com, veteran and (likely) back-up Quarterback Michael Vick has some high praise for incumbent starter Geno Smith at the Jets training facility in Cortland, NY. Vick said in reference to the young starter: He’s going to be 10 times better than where he was last year, and I’m looking forward to it. Vick […]
- Ryan Confirms RB By committee Approach
In what wasn’t much of a surprise to Jets fans, head coach Rex Ryan announced that the team plans to utilize three running backs this season. Ryan acknowledged that there will be times when the Jets may go with the hot hand, “sure, that’s a possibility too” said Ryan according to ESPN.com’s Rich Cimini. It’s […]
- Can Geno’s Fun Fridays yield fun Sundays?
CORTLAND, N.Y. — By the end of last season, Geno Smith was down to 210 pounds, his lowest weight since his sophomore year at West Virginia. He lost his appetite, cut back on weight lifting because of a wrist injury and — let’s be honest — the job-related stress didn’t help. As his interception total grew, his waistline shrunk. He dropped almost 10 pounds, falling into a Manziel-ian weight class.
“I was losing weight, barely eating on game day, just being so anxious and so ready,” Smith recalled this week during a break at the New York Jets’ training camp.
- New York Jets – The Offensive Roster Shuffle
Due to a shoulder injury it appears that rookie 4th round wide receiver Shaq Evans is going to be headed to the New York Jets IR. This isn’t an overly surprising thing for many who have been following the team, considering the current depth chart and the potential to give a developmental prospect like Evans …