Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links February 6, 2013
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- Quinton Coples: Believe The Hype?
Steve Bateman takes an inside look at the pros and cons Quinton Coples demonstrated in his rookie season
- Landry expected to see more Tebow in ’12
LaRon Landry wanted more Tim Tebow.
The Pro Bowl safety, who appeared as a guest Wednesday on ESPN’s “First Take,” said the Jets under-utilized the NFL’s most famous backup quarterback last season. When they did put him in the game, the play calling was all too predictable, according to Landry, who called Tebow a winner and a competitor.
“I thought it was going to be a little bit more,” Landry said of Tebow’s role. “It came to a point where, ‘Okay, Tim is going into the game, it’s going to be a power (run).
- Turn On The Jets 2013 NFL Draft Big Board 2.0
Chris Gross with his second big board of NFL Draft Season. Who is rising and falling?
- Turn On The Jets Launches New Design
Turn On The Jets is upgraded and better than ever
- Trufants Have the NFL Market Cornered
Washington CB Desmond will follow Jets CB Isaiah and Seahawks CB Marcus to the NFL
- Positional analysis: Wide receiver
This is part three 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: Santonio Holmes (starter/injured), Stephen Hill (starter/injured), Jeremy Kerley, Braylon Edwards, Clyde Gates, Chaz Schilens, Jordan White.
Overview: Ugh. Clearly, this was the weakest position on the team in 2012. Only one receiver met expectations — Kerley, the only true playmaker on offense.
- NY Jets Announce Coaching Changes
The New York Jets announced several coaching changes today. Most notable will be the changes on the offensive line. As Mike Devlin steps up to replace Dave DeGuglielmo who will not be returning. Those of you that were fans during the Bruce Coslet days will be excited to see the name Louie Aguiar on this [...]
- Jets fire loose-cannon line coach
Dave DeGuglielmo, whose abrasive personality irked members of the organization and made him an easy target for the media, was fired Tuesday after one season as the Jets’ offensive-line coach.
Mike Devlin, who assisted DeGuglielmo in addition to coaching the tight ends, will take over the offensive line — the most noteworthy change among several staff moves announced by the team.
Well-traveled Steve Hagen, who spent the last four seasons as the Browns’ tight-ends coach, was hired for the same position.