1. Sam Darnold Out Indefinitely with Mono
  2. Jets Opponent Offseason Recap: Buffalo Bills
  3. Should the Jets sign Logan Ryan?
  4. AFC East Draft Spotlight
  5. Jets Day Three Draft Additions
  6. Jets Double Up on Defense in Round Three


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…

May 12, 2020
Should the Jets sign Logan Ryan?

As football season slogs through the doldrums of spring, Manish Mehta of the NY Daily News bestowed upon a shot of dopamine to see us through to the start of training camp; the rare mid-May news break. It was reported that the Jets “believe” they will succeed in signing former Titans defensive back: Logan Ryan….

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…

April 26, 2020
Jets Day Three Draft Additions

The benefit of a new GM doing his first draft for a team with holes throughout the roster is said GM can stick to the best player available strategy and still fill needs. Joe Douglas may have strayed from the BPA strategy (I certainty haven’t seen his big board), but he certainly filled some needs….

April 25, 2020
Jets Double Up on Defense in Round Three

Joe Douglas wisely used his first two picks on offensive players that can help Sam Darnold. One can argue he probably should have continued that theme even more, but Douglas decided to use the third round to bolster the defense. With their first third-round pick the Jets took free safety Ashtyn Davis from the University…

April 25, 2020
Jets Trade Down, Draft WR Denzel Mims

As the clock started on the Jets pick at 48, fans, and even some writers like the one that typed these words that you’re currently reading, were clamoring for Joe Douglas to draft Baylor receiver, Denzel Mims. Instead Douglas traded down 11 spots, picking up an extra third-round compensatory pick from the Seahawks then patiently…

April 23, 2020
Jets Draft OT, Mekhi Becton

After all the talking and waiting, the New York Jets stayed put and took an absolute giant of a man with freakish athletic ability. They desperately needed to add an offensive tackle to anchor the offensive line and that’s exactly what they did by selecting Mekhi Becton from Louisville. At 6’7″, 363 lbs. with 35…

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…

April 16, 2020
Which receiver prospect is the best match for Sam Darnold?

It’s time for us to play matchmaker. I’ve got this friend named Sam. He’s a hopeless romantic who loves long walks on the beach, Thai food, and making accurate throws outside of the pocket. He’s just looking for someone he can connect with on deep crossing routes over the middle or on a shared affinity…