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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links October 2, 2012

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links October 2, 2012
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  • Moore Family Foundation Target Giveaway
    NY Jets Offensive Lineman Brandon Moore and his wife Regina provide backpacks and Target gift cards to children of the Boys and Girls Club of Newark, NJ.
  • The $8.1 Million Salary Cap Space Fallacy
    Thanks to Mike Florio and Pro-Football-Talk there is a fallacy running around that the Jets have $8.1 million in cap space to use for the 2012 season.  Even though the September 3rd Florio article had a disclaimer which explained his numbers only included 51 players, not 53 and injured reserve (IR) cost which would count [...]
  • New York Jets – Look Towards Future At Wide Receiver
    The New York Jets can’t make a knee jerk reaction at wide receiver
  • Drive of the Game: Jets vs. 49ers
    In a scoreless game, San Francisco started at its own 32-yard-line with 3:04 left in the first. Three straight runs put the 49ers at midfield before Alex Smith hit Mario Manningham for 28 yards to set up San Francisco in Jets’ territory and threaten to put up the first points of the game.

    The Jets forced San Francisco into a 3rd-and-6 at the Jets’ 7-yard line and San Francisco pulled out an unique play to get the score. The 49ers brought in backup quarterback Colin Kaeprnick.

  • 5 Plays: Jets vs. 49ers
    Here are the five key plays from Sunday’s 34-0 loss in chronological order.

    1. WILDCAT: San Francisco faced a 3rd-and-6 at the Jets’ 7-yard-line in a scoreless game early in the second quarter. San Francisco inserted backup quarterback Colin Kaepernick for their read-option offense. He beautifully executed a sweep to the left to score a touchdown and give the 49ers the only points they would need on the afternoon.

    2. TEBOW: Tim Tebow threw his first pass of the season — and it led to a turnover.

  • Playing time: Invisible Mayhem
    A breakdown of the defensive snaps from Sunday’s game (based on a total of 72):

    LINEMEN

    Muhammad Wilkerson — 64

    Mike DeVito — 45

    Sione Po’uha — 45

    Quinton Coples — 41

    Kenrick Ellis — 39

    LINEBACKERS

    David Harris — 72

    Calvin Pace — 71

    Bart Scott — 61

    Bryan Thomas — 33

    Demario Davis — 10

    Garrett McIntyre — 7

    Josh Mauga — 2

    Aaron Maybin — 2

    SECONDARY

    Yeremiah Bell — 72

    LaRon Landry — 70

    Antonio Cromartie — 65

    Kyle Wilson — 63

    Eric Smith — 16

    Ellis Lankster — 12

    Joe McKnight — 2

    Analysis: As expected, the Jets played more 4-3 than usual, resulting in higher play counts for the defensive linemen.

  • JetNation – Week 4 Power Rankings
    Here’s the updated JetNation top ten power rankings: 10) Arizona Cardinals: Lucky to come away with a win at home against a poor Dolphins team.  Offensive line couldn’t protect the Cardinal’s QB Kevin Kolb allowing Miami to sack him 8 times. 9) New York Giants: Eli came up short, for once, or was that Lawrence Tynes? [...]
  • Jets cut Epps, good sign for Keller
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Dedrick Epps might be the answer to a trivia question one day: He caught Tim Tebow’s first pass with the Jets. It didn’t do him much good, though, as Epps was waived Monday with a knee injury.

    The Jets needed a roster spot to make room for newly-signed CB Aaron Berry. They might have cut Epps anyway, though, because starting TE Dustin Keller appears ready to return from a hamstring injury. Thing is, now they have to pay Epps, because he suffered a knee injury Sunday on his 9-yard reception — a play on which he fumbled the ball away to the 49ers.

  • New York Jets – Minor Changes Won’t Solve Problems
    The New York Jets need more than minor changes to solve their long list of problems
  • The Day After Drill
    In preparation for my weekly JetNation.com submission I usually stay up late, watch the game one more time, look at the statistics, and try to come up with analysis that focuses on the play, player or decisions that shaped the outcome.  Forgive me if I did not have the stomach to put myself through that [...]
  • MOURNING AFTER REPORT: Back to the Drawing Board
    An all around awful performance by the Jets in a home shut out loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. There’s no way around it. The Jets were outplayed, out-executed, out-hustled and out-coached by Jim Harbaugh’s group. Too add injury to insult, the Jets lost their best offensive weapon, Santonio Holmes, to a non-contract [...]
  • Jets in Rebound Mode
    Green & White Remain Atop the AFC East after Shutout Loss
  • The Man Who Played Tebow
    SNL Actor/Comedian Taran Killam Discusses the Football and TV Seasons
  • Rivera Brings Salsa to MetLife
    Grammy Award-Nominated Singer on hand as Jets Celebrate Hispanic Heritage

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