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How the Jets Plan To Start Fast On Offense

October 20, 2021
How the Jets Plan To Start Fast On Offense

The main issue plaguing the Jets so far this season has been their lethargic offense in the first half of games. As mentioned last week, the Jets have only mustered 79 yards of total offense in the first half through their first five games and have been outscored 75-13 in those first halves. Frankly, those…

October 13, 2021
Jets Need to Figure How to Jump Start On Offense

After an encouraging win against Tennessee, the New York Jets came crashing down to earth in London. While the Jets kept the game close, only losing 27-20, the team was hampered by the same inconsistencies and mistakes that have been consistent throughout their first five games. Zach Wilson played better in the second half, but…

October 7, 2021
A Dynamic Duo: Williams Brothers Provided a Spark in Jets First Win

In the aftermath of the Jets’ 27-24 victory against the Tennessee Titans in Week 4, the main topic of discussion was Zach Wilson and the offense. Wilson and OC Mike LaFleur broke out of their slump, generating multiple chunk plays and touchdowns on the day. Wilson flashed the potential that made him the number two…

September 29, 2021
The Jets’ Abysmal Offensive Production Must Start to Improve This Week

To put it in the simplest way possible, the Jets offense has been abysmal over the first three weeks of the regular season. After a 26-0 drubbing by the Broncos this past Sunday, the Jets have been outscored 46-3 in the first half of games and have only mustered six points over the last eight…

September 16, 2021
Starting Slow: Jets Need to Quickly Fix Offensive Line’s Struggles

In the Jets’ 19-14 Week 1 loss to the Panthers, the team had their fair share of struggles. The defense gave up 381 yards of total offense and struggled with the likes of Christian McCaffrey, D.J Moore, and Robby Anderson. Yet, most of the yards and points came in the first half; the Jets defense…

September 10, 2021
Leaders of the Team: How Each of Jets’ 2021 Captains Earned Their Role

Throughout the preseason, the Jets have worked to establish new pieces alongside their returning players. With a revamped coaching staff and new schemes on both offense and defense, the team needed leaders to step up and set the tone for the upcoming season. With the season beginning this Sunday, Head Coach Robert Saleh announced the…

September 3, 2021
Jets’ Decision to Roll with Young Corners Shows a Further Commitment to Development

Early in camp, Bless Austin was a core part of the Jets’ defense. Austin was consistently getting first-team reps, across from second-year cornerback Bryce Hall, and was seemingly separating himself from the rest of the positional group. As mentioned in an earlier article on August 12, Robert Saleh said Austin had “a dog’s mentality” and…

August 26, 2021
Next Man Up: Jamien Sherwood is Looking to Fill the Jets’ Linebacker Void

During the off-season, the Jets addressed the linebacker position by signing former Lion Jarrad Davis. Possessing the size and quickness that is valued in Robert Saleh’s defensive scheme, the Jets were hoping they could help Davis capitalize on the potential that made him a former first-round pick. Unfortunately, Davis suffered an ankle injury that will…

August 23, 2021
Zach Wilson is Living in ‘the Process’

After the Jets’ second preseason game, a 23-14 victory against the Packers, all anyone could talk about was Quarterback Zach Wilson. The rookie completed 9-of-11 passes for 128 yards and two touchdowns, both to tight end Tyler Kroft, and had a 154.7 passer rating. Wilson was quick and decisive when playing within structure, and showed…

August 21, 2021
Denzel Mims is Powering Through Adversity in Training Camp

Up to this point in camp, a popular narrative has surround one of the Jets’ 2020 draft selections. Second-year receiver, Denzel Mims, has been the subject of this scrutiny, as he spent the beginning of camp mostly running with the sec and and third-team offense. Rumors swirled about his standing on the team, with onlookers…

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