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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links July 17, 2012

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links July 17, 2012
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  • Turn On The Jets Stock Watch 7/17 – Jets Hype And NBA Edition
    TOJ’s weekly Stock Watch looks at the negativity surrounding the Jets heading into the season and recent NBA headlines
  • Kerley among NFL’s top young prospects
    Who’s the next … ?

    NFL scouts are always asking themselves that question. Here, Aaron Schatz of Football Outsiders provides his list of the top sleepers in the league — the top 25 unheralded prospects (ESPN Insider content).

    The Jets landed one player on the list — WR/PR Jeremy Kerley, 13th. Here’s what he writes about Kerley:

    Ignore the way the Jets messed around with Kerley in the Wildcat last year. He’s really a Wes Welker type: a small, quick, slot receiver who’s elusive enough to ring up yards after the catch.

  • New York Jets Headline Watch – Santonio Holmes And Two Quarterbacks
    A closer look at what Santonio Holmes actually said during his interview on NFL Network last night
  • Jets, worth $1.23 billion, 12th on Forbes list
    In 2000, Woody Johnson bought the Jets for $635 million. Since then, the team has doubled in value, according to Forbes.

    The Jets are worth $1.23 billion, ranking 12th on the magazine’s list of the 50 most valuable sports franchises in the world.

    Four NFL teams are ranked ahead of the Jets — the Cowboys (No. 3 overall, tied with the Yankees at $1.85 billion), Redskins (No. 4, $1.56 billion), Patriots (No. 6, $1.4 billion) and Giants (No. 9, $1.

  • Camp Countdown: Defense Has High Expectations
    Jets Have Better Depth, More Speed
  • What I think…. Holmes’ Interview; He Deyd; Canton is Coming
    Here are some random quick hits for July 17th with my quick thoughts on each topic: Hit 1: Santonio Holmes’ NFLN Total Access Comments taken out of Context? Hit 2: Do you watch Flight 5 Live? …

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  • Jets Are The 12th Most Valuable Team In the World
    Well Forbes has released their list of the world’s 50 most valuable teams and the Jets show up as #12 on the list just edging out the Houston Texans who came in 13th. The Jets came in 5th for NFL teams behind the Cowboys(t-3rd), Redskins(5th), Patriots (t-6th), and the Giants(9th).  The Jets are 7th in [...]
  • Holmes: 2-QB System Can’t Work
    Santonio Holmes stirs the pot again by saying that the Sanchez-Tebow QB duo can’t work in today’s NFL in an interview on NFL Network. Holmes makes the following statement on why the 2-QB system can’t work: “You have to allow one quarterback to get into the rhythm of the game. It starts from the preparation [...]
  • Camp preview: Linebacker

    AP Photo/Elise AmendolaDavid Harris is the heart of the Jets’ linebacking corps.Breaking down the Jets, position by position, as we head to training camp:

    Position: Linebacker

    Projected starters: David Harris (ILB), Bart Scott (ILB), Calvin Pace (OLB), Bryan Thomas (OLB).

    Projected reserves: Aaron Maybin (OLB), Demario Davis (ILB), Josh Mauga (ILB), Nick Bellore (ILB), Garrett McIntyre (OLB), Ricky Sapp (OLB).

    New faces: Davis.

    Going, going, gone: Jamaal Westerman.

  • A Look At the Jets’ New Defensive Pieces
    This is the first in a series of columns that I will write on the Jets defense.   After last seasons 8-8 season, Rex Ryan promised the fans that he would be more involved in the defensive and offensive team meetings.  When I heard this news, I knew the Jets would finally be taking an aggressive [...]
  • NFLN: Santonio Holmes in Studio
    How are Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez working together on the practice field? Santonio Holmes is your all-access Jets informant.

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