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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links February 14, 2013

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links February 14, 2013
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  • If Traded QB Foles Perfect Fit For Jets
    Chip Kelly being hired new head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles has created much discussion as to which quarterback would be running his offense.  The former University of Oregon coach is known for a fast pace offensive system which requires an athletic quarterback that can handle both passing and rushing. Current Eagles quarterback Michael Vick [...]
  • Coach Speak: Karl Dunbar – Pass Rush Moves
    Jets Defensive Line Coach teaches pass rush moves, such as the rip, the club, and the spin. Originally aired 9/23/12 on Jets Flight Plan.
  • Mike says Tebow will succeed or ‘die trying’
    The Mike Tannenbaum Across America Tour continued Thursday in Los Angeles, where he appeared on the NFL Network’s “NFL AM” show. The Jets’ former GM, who started parade of interviews two weeks ago with ESPNNewYork.com, addressed the two hot-button issues from last year — the Tim Tebow trade and the Mark Sanchez extension.

    Both decisions backfired, leading to Tannenbaum’s ouster. Despite the Tebow debacle, Tannenbaum refused to write off the quarterback’s NFL career.

  • Sparano speaks: Don’t mention ‘Wildcat’
    During his media sessions last season, Tony Sparano always referred to his previous employer, the Dolphins, as “the other place” — an apparent aversion to the team that fired him.

    Sparano didn’t take it quite that far Wednesday as he spoke to the media for the first time since being fired by the Jets, but he employed the selective-amnesia technique a few times when he could’ve referenced the Jets. The Raiders’ new offensive-line coach/assistant head coach, speaking to Bay Area reporters, didn’t want to use the ‘W’ word — Wildcat — and he made no mention of Tim Tebow when commenting on the top running quarterbacks in the league.

  • Positional analysis: Special teams
    This is the final part in a nine-part analysis of the Jets — a position-by-position breakdown as we head toward the scouting combine and free agency:

    SPECIAL TEAMS

    2012 depth chart: Nick Folk (PK), Robert Malone (P), Joe McKnight (KR), Jeremy Kerley (PR), Tanner Purdum (LS).

    Overview: Mike Westhoff’s swan song as special teams coach turned into a sad song — and that’s putting it kindly. The Jets were an absolute train wreck, committing almost every mistake imaginable — fumbles, blocked punts, blocked field goals, touchdowns allowed, you name it.

  • Mike Tannenbaum Reflects on Time with Jets
    Former New York Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum joins the set of “NFL AM” to look back at his time in New York.
  • New York Jets – Can Jeremy Kerley Replace Santonio Holmes?
    A closer look at Jeremy Kerley and how he compares to Santonio Holmes as a wide receiver

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