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Jets Opponent Offseason Recap: Buffalo Bills

Stefon Diggs
May 16, 2020
Jets Opponent Offseason Recap: Buffalo Bills

Most improved position: Wide Receiver Buffalo’s free agent duo of John Brown and Cole Beasley was solid last season, producing 139 catches for 1,838 yards and 12 touchdowns, but the Bills lacked depth beyond those two. Their third-leading wide receiver in terms of yardage was Isaiah McKenzie with just 254. This lack of depth is…

A.J. Epenesa
May 1, 2020
AFC East Draft Spotlight

With the draft in the rear-view, let’s take a look at some of the most notable moves made by the Jets’ AFC East rivals. Buffalo Bills Instant impact addition: A.J. Epenesa, Edge, Iowa (R2, Pick 54) Epenesa had first-round talent, but his tweener size made him an unsure fit for most teams. He should be…

Jachai Polite
April 20, 2020
No. 68 picks of the 2010s decade

The Jets currently hold the 68th overall pick in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Who has come out of that slot over the past decade? 2019: Jachai Polite, Outside Linebacker, Florida (Jets) Yikes. . . I don’t think this man needs an introduction for Jets fans. Polite was long pegged as a…

Erik McCoy
April 19, 2020
No. 48 picks of the 2010s decade

The Jets currently hold the 48th overall pick in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Who has come out of that slot over the past decade? 2019: Erik McCoy, Center, Texas A&M (Saints) McCoy enjoyed a fantastic rookie season for the Saints, earning a 76.2 overall grade at Pro Football Focus that ranked…

DeMarcus Ware
April 11, 2020
Top-11 No. 11 picks of all-time

In no particular order, here are 11 of the best No. 11 overall picks in NFL history as the Jets get set to make the 91st-ever selection in that spot. QB Ben Roethlisberger (2004, Pittsburgh) Roethlisberger has started 216 regular season games, more than any other No. 11 pick. He owns a 144-78-1 regular season…

April 9, 2020
Choosing between Jets either-or scenarios at No. 11

Jedrick Wills or Jerry Jeudy/CeeDeeLamb First off, I think it’s clear that if any of the top four offensive line prospects are on the board, the Jets are taking one of them. Wills is the top dog. For some odd reason, he has been lumped in with the other three tackles despite possessing by far…

April 3, 2020
Grading Jets’ early offseason moves – Part 4

Cutting CB Darryl Roberts ($6 million in cap space created) I was a bigger fan of Roberts throughout his Jets tenure than most, but there is no denying that he had a rough 2019. Roberts committed seven penalties over 713 snaps while allowing four touchdowns and a 99.5 passer rating into his coverage. In Week…

April 2, 2020
Grading Jets’ early offseason moves – Part 3

Signing OT George Fant (three years, $30 million, $13.7 million guaranteed) Fant was the first outside addition made by the Jets (or at least the first one that was reported). This is a questionable move. Sure, Fant has plenty of athleticism and may have untapped potential as he has only gotten the opportunity to start…

March 26, 2020
Grading Jets’ early offseason moves – Part 2

Signing CB Pierre Desir (one year, undisclosed terms) Desir was a very solid pickup for Joe Douglas. Cut by the Colts a few days into the opening of the league year, Desir quickly landed with the Jets. Gregg Williams’ defense needed a veteran starter to rely upon at outside cornerback. Blessuan Austin and Arthur Maulet…

March 25, 2020
Grading Jets’ early offseason moves – Part 1

Re-signing CB Arthur Maulet (one year, undisclosed terms) Maulet broke out in the second half of 2019 with a respectable finish to the season. He allowed 259 yards on 38 targets (6.8 per target), no touchdowns, and one interception. Adding him to the competition at outside cornerback on a low-risk deal makes plenty of sense….