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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links February 5, 2013

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links February 5, 2013
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  • “Jets West”: What to Expect from the Jets New Offense
    The Jets have had a “ground and pound” philosophy for the past four years.  Aside from success in the 2009-10 playoffs, the Jets haven’t been able to establish a solid run offense the past two seasons.  Now the organization is turning to new offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg’s “West Coast Offense.”  He’s coming to the Jets [...]
  • Turn On The Jets Off-Season Roundtable – Defensive Line
    The TOJ staff discusses how the New York Jets should handle their defensive line this off-season
  • Positional analysis: Running back
    This is part two in a nine-part analysis of the Jets — a position-by-position breakdown as we head toward the scouting combine and free agency:


    2012 depth chart: Shonn Greene (starter), Lex Hilliard (starter), Bilal Powell, Joe McKnight, John Griffin.Shonn Greene
    #23 RBNew York Jets
    2012 STATS


    Overview: Greene slipped past the 1,000-yard mark for the second straight year, delivering the kind of season you’ve come to expect from him — solid between-the-tackles production but very little explosiveness.

  • What the Jets can take away from SB 47
    The NFL is a copycat league, but I don’t think the Ravens’ 34-31 win over the 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII will spark any new trends in 2013.

    Let’s face it, the Ravens were outplayed in some respects. I don’t think GMs and coaches will look at the Ravens’ winning formula and say, “That’s what we need to do.” After all, they were outgained by 100 yards and allowed a 300-yard passer, a 100-yard rusher and two 100-yard receivers — not recommended for consistent winning.

  • New York Jets – Let The Madness Begin (Or Just Continue)
    An overview of what to expect from the New York Jets off-season

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