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March 20, 2020
Best targets left on the market for the Jets

Robby Anderson, WR, New York Jets As Anderson remains unsigned on the fifth day of free agency, it is clear that his market has not materialized as he and his camp hoped it would. Even rumors have been hard to come by regarding the Temple speedster. In 37 games since 2017 with his QB1 healthy,…

March 19, 2020
Getting to Know Joe Douglas the GM

Covering a first-time GM is always tricky, there’s a lot of guesswork and assumption making. ‘Well, the team has these holes so let’s connect all the available free agents at those positions to them.’ Or, ‘well this team is really bad so they’re going to need to spend money.’ But it’s not until said GM…

March 15, 2020
Recounting Jets’ 2019 free agency failures

Recently, I dove into the most successful moves that the Jets made at this time one year ago. Today we flip the script. Where did the Jets go wrong last year, and how can they avoid similar mishaps in 2020? Ryan Kalil Joe Douglas deserves a ton of slack here. It is clear that he…

March 13, 2020
Recounting Jets’ 2019 free agency successes

As we move closer to another NFL free agency period, it is interesting to take a look back at the Jets’ successes and failures in past offseasons to get an idea of what they should and shouldn’t do in the future. Tomorrow, we will dive into the Jets’ failures of the 2019 free agency period,…

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March 6, 2020
Part 2 of 2: Which free agents should the Jets look to retain?

The Jets have 30 players set to see their contracts expire once the new league year begins in less than two weeks. Yesterday, we went over some of the more important free agents that are set to hit the market. But what about the seldom-used pieces? Which role players actually bring value, and which ones…

March 5, 2020
Part 1 of 2 – which impending free agents should the Jets look to retain?

The Jets have 30 players set to see their contracts expire once the new league year begins in less than two weeks. Who should stay and who should go? For each player, we will assign a number from 0-to-10, with a zero representing a player the Jets should have absolutely no interest in retaining, and…

February 27, 2020
Second-tier free agent interior OL options the Jets could consider

We have already profiled six different interior offensive linemen who could be big difference-makers for the Jets, but there are plenty of other interesting options that could provide value if Joe Douglas and company miss on the first wave. Who are some of the players on the interior offensive line market that are being overlooked?…

February 26, 2020
Which free agent cornerbacks are actually any good?

Cornerback is one of the toughest positions to analyze in football. It is a role where players only get a few opportunities to produce anything positive, but are rather tasked with holding up for as long as possible without doing anything negative. Similar to the offensive line, it is a preventative position. The less you…

February 21, 2020
Free Agent Profile: Yannick Ngakoue

After taking a look at seven potential free agent offensive line targets for the Jets, we move on to the other side of the ball. We kick off with arguably the top pass-rusher on the market: Yannick Ngakoue. Born: March 31, 1995 (Age: 24.9) Hometown: Washington, DC High School: Friendship Collegiate (DC) College: Maryland Draft:…

February 18, 2020
Free Agent Profile: Graham Glasgow

We continue rumbling on through the trenches, scanning through free agent offensive linemen who could make life much more fruitful for Sam Darnold and Le’Veon Bell. Today we take a look at versatile interior lineman Graham Glasgow. Born: July 19, 1992 (Age: 27.6) Hometown: Aurora, IL High School: Marmion Military Academy (IL) College: Michigan Draft:…