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  • TOJ Film Breakdown – TE Wes Saxton

    1. admin
    2. June 17, 2015
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    With the recent season ending injury to Zach Sudfeld, a potential opportunity has been opened for New York Jets UDFA TE Wes Saxton. The New York Jets signed the South Alabama product shortly after the 2015 NFL Draft. Let’s take a closer look at Saxton’s game and where he...

  • Q&A With New York Jets Quarterback Jake Heaps

    1. Tyson Rauch
    2. June 17, 2015
    3. 7 Comments

    Q: Jake, thank you for taking the time to answer a few questions. When you were at Skyline High School you lead your team to three straight Washington State titles (2007-2009). Is there one particular game from high school that stands out in your mind as your best performance? Jake Heaps:...

  • Five Names On The Bubble As New York Jets’ Training Camp Approaches

    1. Kevin Sirkin
    2. June 16, 2015
    3. 4 Comments

    In just a few short months, Mike Maccagnan has followed through on promises that previous general manager John Idzik failed on. Early signs in mini-camp already point to some heated position battles, with competition and depth built soundly across the roster. Suddenly, names that were competing for starting positions last...

  • Competition Will Fuel The New York Jets’ Success

    1. Tyson Rauch
    2. June 16, 2015
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    Over the past couple of years the competition mantra has been preached throughout the New York Jets’ facilities in Florham Park, New Jersey. Whether it was in reference to the quarterback position, or the back end of the roster, the Jets front office always referred to a very competitive environment....

  • New York Jets Training Camp Preview: Inside Linebackers

    1. Ron Pickett
    2. June 9, 2015
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    David Harris was re-signed by Mike Maccagnan to a new three-year deal during free agency. Harris, nicknamed “The Hitman,” has had a very productive career with the New York Jets compiling over 1,000 tackles including a streak of five out of eight seasons with over 100. Harris is not...

  • New York Jets Training Camp Preview: Running Backs

    1. Ron Pickett
    2. June 9, 2015
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    The New York Jets have had a Top 15 running game since 2012 including last season where they were the third ranked rushing offense in the NFL. The Jets will undoubtedly look to continue this success in 2015. With less than adequate quarterback play, Gang Green is going to...

  • The New York Jets’ 5 Best Games In The 5 Years At MetLife Stadium

    1. Mike Zucker
    2. June 9, 2015
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    Closing the Giants Stadium chapter in New York Jets history with a dramatic, playoff-clinching win was a heck of a way to go out. In retrospect, fans miss that place because it felt like home. It was a little bit gray and dated sure, but that became part of...

  • The New York Jets Numbers Game: #24

    1. Martin Beaumont
    2. June 9, 2015
    3. 6 Comments

    The New York Jets have had some fantastic players over the years. Here is a look at some of my personal favorites that wore the #24 jersey, as this is the first installment of ‘The Numbers Game’. Ray of Light In the third round of the 1996 NFL draft, the Jets...

  • Safety In Numbers? A Look At The New York Jets’ Safeties

    1. Martin Beaumont
    2. June 9, 2015
    3. 2 Comments

    Mike Maccagnan’s first offseason is coming to an end, and it’s fair to say that the majority of Jet fans are extremely happy with the rookie general manager’s performance. The team is now stronger and has more depth than ever, but there is one position where some question marks remain and...

  • Top To Bottom, Jets’ Wide Receivers Built To Establish New Identity

    1. Kevin Sirkin
    2. June 9, 2015
    3. 5 Comments

    For several seasons, ineffectiveness and futility would properly sum up the New York Jets wide receiving corps. The failed experiments of Stephen Hill and Clyde Gates collided with unrealistic expectations bestowed upon Chaz Schilens and David Nelson. What transpired was an offense that was barely watchable. Yet even in an offseason that saw...

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