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  1. NFL Combine Info

    Later this month, over three hundred of the very best college football players will be invited to participate in the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, Indiana. Top Executives, Coaching Staffs, Player Personnel Departments and Medical Personnel from all 32 NFL teams will be on hand to evaluate the nation’s top college football players eligible for the upcoming NFL Draft.  The NFL Scouting Combine will be held February 23 – 29, 2016. 2016 NFL REGIONAL COMBINES SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED The NFL will conduct five Regional Combines beginning on February 13 in Houston, TX, and concluding on March 12 at the New Orleans Saints Training Complex in New Orleans, LA. NFL Regional Combines, hosted throughout the country, serve as a supplement to the NFL’s National Scouting Combine and provide an opportunity for current draft eligible players to display their skills before veteran NFL talent evaluators. “Combines have long provided draft eligible players with the forum needed to showcase their skills to NFL teams,” says Director of Football Development MATT BIRK. “I know how important participating in combines was for my NFL career. It is our job at the NFL to provide this opportunity to any college football player that wants to chase his dream of playing in the NFL.” NFL Regional Combines are conducted specifically for the following players: ​Position players eligible for the 2016 NFL Draft. The Regionals are only open to players who played college football during the 2015 season. Regional Combines are hosted at NFL facilities. Players are tested and evaluated by experienced NFL scouting personnel, and measurements, combine results and videos are compiled and entered into a database available to all 32 NFL clubs. This event is part of the NFL Combine Series under the NFL Football Development platform. Registration will open Monday, December 7. For more information, visit www.nflregionalcombines.com. The 2016 Regional Combines Schedule: Date Location Facility February 13 Houston Houston Texans Methodist Training Center February 20 Arizona Arizona Cardinals Training Facility February 27 Baltimore Under Armour Performance Center March 5 Minnesota Winter Park March 12 New Orleans New Orleans Saints Training Complex Click here to read the full story...
  2. On this weeks episode of Joe, Vinny & the Jets we continue to look at some of the Jets free agent question marks. We will also get into some different draft scenarios as the NFL Combine is coming at the end of the Month. Click here to read the full story...
  3. The New York Jets announced today that they have hired\promoted some assistant coaches. Click here to read the full story...
  4. By KRL With all of the Super Bowl nonsense behind us, it’s time to focus on our off-season. Goal To improve by at least 2 games and challenge NE for the AFC East.  Here’s what needs to be addressed: Special Teams – Total overhaul of our kick/punt coverage units has to take place.  Younger more athletic back end roster players have to be found. – Quigley MUST BE REPLACED, hopefully before training camp.  It’s amazing that he’s been our punter for THREE YEARS and still regularly has 20 yard shanks. – Two returners must be found and they both should be able to return kicks and punts.  They have to backup one another. – Our units have to get to the middle of the pack (14-18) after last year’s fiasco. Offense – Running game must become more consistent.  This will require us bringing in 1-2 OT’s and 2-3 durable/speedy RB’s.  A better running game will take pressure off Fitzpatrick and not put him into situations where he has to “carry” the offense. – Secondary options must step up at WR & TE to give our offense more variety and lessen the pressure on Marshall & Decker. Defense – Increase the speed of our LB unit by bringing in at least 3 (1 ILB & 2 OLB) new players. – Shift the attacking focus of our front seven from our DLine to our “new” LB unit. – It’s time for Milliner & McDougle to live up to their draft positions and get on the field.  If they do they increase the talent/depth of our secondary. If they can’t it’s time to move on. You can continue the conversation in our New York Jets forum. Click here to read the full story...
  5. By Glenn Naughton   With the Denver Broncos being crowned Super Bowl 50 champions, it’s time for all 32 teams to begin looking forward to next season, with 31 of them hoping to find a way to dethrone Denver. With free agency and the NFL draft set to take place in the coming months, teams will have to identify not only their most glaring holes, but evaluate the players they have in their own building who may be able to step and compete to fill some of those voids. The Jets, like every other club, will have to make some decisions of their own as they examine their 53-man roster and determine whether or not any of their most pressing needs come with a possible in-house replacement.  JetNation.com takes a look some candidates who may be in position to impact three starting spots when the NFL season kicks off again in what feels like an eternity.   Offensive Tackle: Franchise left tackle D’Brickashaw Ferguson will likely be asked to re-structure this off-season as he’s due to count for roughly $14 million against the cap, but that may not be the case with his linemate, Breno Giacomini. Due to make $5.6 million next season, the inconsistent Giacomini could be on thin ice.  If Gang Green feels that third-year offensive tackle Giacomini’s performance may not justify his price tag. Brent Qvale is ready to make the leap, it could all but seal Giacomini’s fate. Qvale is a former college guard and tackle out of Nebraska who was brought in by former GM John Idzik in May of 2014. The undrafted Qvale opened the eyes of some onlookers early on in 2015, stealing reps from some higher profile teammates during training camp and sticking on the 53-man roster. Often inserted on jumbo packages, Qvale didn’t see a great deal of action last season in playing just 33 snaps, 26 of which came on running plays, but he went from the practice squad in ’14 to the active roster in ’15.  He’ll be hoping to do more than just steal a few reps heading in to next season Wide Receiver: As the Jets offense relied too heavily on just two receivers in the passing game last season in Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker, they’ll need a third option to step up to give quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick a legitimate third option. Last season, GM Mike Maccagnan used the Jets’ second round draft choice on speedy Ohio State receiver Devin Smith who was a disappointment overall, finishing the season with 9 receptions for 115 yards and a touchdown in an injury plagued rookie campaign, seeing action in just ten games. Second year man Quincy Enunwa was drafted as a wide receiver out of Nebraska but was shifted to H-back by offensive coordinator Chan Gailey, where he paid dividends as a blocker, but saw few opportunities in the passing game. Enunwa struggled holding on to the ball consistently, but was impressive with the ball in his hands after the catch. In limited targets, Enunwa often seemed to be boom or bust.  He flashed the ability to gain yards after the catch, but also had far too many drops to earn more looks. Enunwa made key plays that sparked victories over the Cowboys and Patriots late in the season which earned him high praise from those fans who had previously written him off as another John Idzik draft bust. In a recent interview with JetNation.com, Brandon Marshall raved about Enunwa, calling him “one of my favorite teammates ever”, based largely on the physical role he plays in Gang Green’s offense.  “Nobody else is asked to do what he does” said Marshall, in reference to the dirty work Enunwa does mixing it up with defenders ear the line of scrimmage. With what Enunwa flashed in limited opportunities and the presumed progression of Smith, it could allow the Jets to take a pass on a wide receiver in the earlier rounds while focusing on other areas of need. Inside Linebacker:  Based on numbers alone, inside linebacker is a position the team may have to address no matter who hangs around from the current roster. Demario Davis, a starter for each of the past four seasons, is likely to depart via free agency.  Once viewed as a potential cornerstone for the franchise, Davis has been a solid yet unspectacular player as a pro.  Should he walk, that would leave the Jets with aging veteran David Harris on the inside, with a pair of holdovers who could make a move for a starting role. First off is veteran Erin Henderson whom the Jets signed to a one-year deal after being let go by the Minnesota Vikings for multiple DUI’s the previous season.  Henderson was waiting for the phone to ring when the Jets called, and he found himself taking significant playing time from Davis as the season progressed.  While prepared to become a free agent in the near future, rumors of a new deal with the Jets began to circulate several weeks ago and getting a deal done makes sense for both sides. Demario Davis has made few impact plays in four seasons with the Jets. Then there’s the undrafted Taiwan Jones, a former Michigan State product who spent the majority of the season on the Jets practice squad before earning a late season promotion.  Jones didn’t see much game action, but the team’s decision to elevate him when a spot opened up may have been a sign that they liked the way he was coming along. Jets Head Coach Todd Bowles and GM Mike Maccagnan appear to favor players who have shown versatility in the past, and while Jones played both inside and outside linebacker in college, he’s better suited to play inside in the NFL. Free agency is on the verge of kicking off and the draft will be here before we know it.  Once concluded, we’ll have a clearer picture of just how highly the Jets regard some of the aforementioned players as they join 31 other teams in setting their sights on the Lombardi trophy.             Click here to read the full story...
  6. A Quick Recap of Last Week in JetNation:   Broncos’ Defense Leads Them to a Championship   The Denver Broncos dominated the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50 with a 24-10 victory, earning Peyton Manning his second Lombardi Trophy. It was one of the most defense oriented Super Bowls in recent memory, one in which neither quarterback scored a touchdown. It wasn’t exactly a beautiful game, but it did keep the notion that ‘defense wins championships’ alive. There were seven fumbles, two interceptions, and 12 sacks between the two teams. With the Super Bowl now in the rear view mirror, the off-season has officially begun for 31 teams, the exception being the Broncos who will take time to celebrate their Super Bowl victory. The biggest question everyone wanted to know prior to the game was whether or not quarterback Peyton Manning would retire. Manning didn’t give a direct answer, saying he wanted time to reflect. His father though, Archie Manning, was more blunt stating “I think Peyton is done in Denver. He may be done everywhere. So that’s my — you know what? I don’t stick my nose in it, so I don’t know that. I don’t know that. But that’s my guess.” Interestingly, in a recent interview Joe Namath endorsed the idea that the Jets should take a look at Peyton if he doesn’t decide to retire. “If he’s physically fit and the Broncos don’t want him, I’d give him a good look right out there in New York Jet territory.” The scenario is highly unlikely, but is interesting nonetheless.   Jets Make Multiple Future/Reserve Signings   The Jets have already made a number of under-the-radar moves so far this off-season. In the past week the Jets signed three players to future/reserve contracts including: Freddie Bishop, Kyle Brindza, and Dri Archer. The most tantalizing signing of the three is running back/kick returner Dri Archer. The Jets desperately need a game changer on special teams and Archer has the skill set to be just that. Archer posted the second fastest 40-yard dash time ever recorded at the combine in 2014 at 4.26 seconds, only .02 seconds behind Chris Johnson’s record. Archer was a third round pick by the Pittsburgh Steelers, but was released for never living up to his expectations. Kyle Brindza was a kicker for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who had a lowly 6-12 field goal conversion record last season. Freddie Bishop was an undrafted free agent who was signed by the Detroit Lions coming out of the draft in 2013. The Lions cut ties with Bishop and he was picked up by the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League. Bishop recorded 11 sacks last season with Calgary.   Other Notes   The Jets’ special teams coach position was filled by former Indianapolis Colts assistant special teams coach Brant Boyer. It’s an interesting move to say the least. The Colts weren’t exactly effective on special teams last season giving up three punt returns for a touchdown, a fake field goal conversion, and a debacle of a fake punt play. The fake punt was a play in which the Colts lined up nine players to the right of the field, leaving safety Colt Anderson and the long snapper alone in the middle of the field. Needless to say, the play was unsuccessful and one of the strangest plays ever called. Strangeness aside, Boyer received high praise from the Colts staff and was a good special teams player during his ten year career in the NFL. Boyer met Todd Bowles as a player for the Cleveland Browns while Bowles was the secondary coach. Obviously Boyer made a good impression on Bowles. Even a decent season in special teams would be a significant improvement over recent years. This will be the Jets’ fifth special teams coach in five years. The Jets also hired their new assistant special teams coach, Jeff Hammerschmidt. Hammerschmidt spent the last four seasons as the special teams coach for Colorado State. There was a rumor circulating earlier in the week that San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick wanted out of San Francisco, and preferred to land with the Jets. The report came out Tuesday evening from an article written by Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. It wasn’t long until conflicting reports came out with CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora stating that “Kaepernick has wanted out of San Francisco for quite some time” but that the Jets “have not been and are not interested.” Both Todd Bowles and Mike Maccagnan have stated that they want to bring Ryan Fitzpatrick back with a new contract, which instantly made the initial report seem questionable. The move also wouldn’t have been too cap friendly for the Jets seeing as Kaepernick’s cap hit is north of $15 million next season. As of right now the Jets are projected to have around $14 million in cap space, less than Kaepernick’s due salary. There are many reasons why bringing Kaepernick to New York wouldn’t make much sense, although the Jets could use a young quarterback of the future. Fitzpatrick is 33 years old, so ideally the Jets could use a talented quarterback to take over within the next year or two but not for the price tag Colin Kaepernick would demand. The Jets are likely hoping that Bryce Petty or a future draft pick can develop into a franchise quarterback for them at some point in the near future. For now it seems that Ryan Fitzpatrick will be the guy for the foreseeable future.             Click here to read the full story...
  7. Ezekiel Elliot- Scouting Report

    Welcome to the 2016 NFL draft scouting series at Jet Nation.   We’ll feature many prospects that the Jets’ front office will be scouting in the weeks to come.   Thanks to the folks at Draft Breakdown for compiling these videos.  It’s a very good website to watch tape on prospects.  Unfortunately, these are mostly media tapes, and not the All-22 tapes. The first one with a scouting report is Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliot, a popular mock draft pick for the Jets. Scouting report: Positives: Speed: 1) Elliot shows off very good speed on the football field, especially for a bruising back, and can consistently run away from linebackers in the open field.   The first example is from the most recent Michigan game, where Elliot runs away from the safety and gets chased down well down the field.  You will notice that No. 25 is trying to chase down Elliot, but doesn’t make up much ground.  No. 25 is Dymonte Thomas on the Wolverines roster, and while there is no concrete 40-yard time, he’s expected to run right between a 4.4 and 4.5.   Michigan had the 16th best rushing defense in the country, holding opposing teams to an average of 122 yards rushing per game, but Elliot burned them for 214 yards.   The speed is on display when he bursts into the second tier and creates separation. 2) The second example is from his sophomore year against Wisconsin (Jets’ fans can recall highlights from this game, as it was the game Devin Smith made 3 touchdowns) where he burns them up the middle.   The Badgers are caught in a single high safety with the second safety mirroring the QB in this case.  Once Elliot hits the hole and has open field ahead of him, no one was catching him.  He again displays very good speed, and notice how none of the defenders are making up any ground on him as he runs to the end zone. 3)  The third example comes from the same game as the second example.  The game is a lopsided win at this point, as you can see from the scoreboard.  Elliot runs up the middle, and runs away from the linebackers again, and is running a step ahead of the safety Lubern Figaro (#31) when he gets pushed out of bounds.  Figaro reportedly ran the 40-yard dash in the 4.5 range in high school.  However, what is more impressive about this play is that Elliot makes the dash with only one shoe, as he lost the other show when the linebacker dove at his feet. 4)  The fourth example is from a game against Michigan State in his sophomore year as well.  This is a simple read option play, which the DE (Calhoun) recognizes pretty early, but Elliot outruns him to the edge and accelerates past him for the first down.  This is a good example of Elliot having lateral speed to get to the edge, turn the corner and get down field. 5) The fifth example is one most people have seen before, one his best runs from the game against Alabama in the college playoff game.  Alabama that year allowed 88 yards per game rushing, while Elliot notched 85 yards alone on this run.  The play is simple, one cut up field, and Elliot explodes through the hole for the TD. Power: 1) The first example in power is very similar to a Chris Ivory run for the Jets in that he powers through the first defender.  Michigan was 15th in the country against the run in Elliot’s sophomore year, and Elliot plowed through them on this play.  While it is not a TD, it’s impressive how Elliot withstood two hits, kept his balance, and moved forward. 2) The second example is also from the same game, where he just powers through the middle and wills himself to the first down.  It takes about 5 Wolverines for Elliot to be brought down after he crosses the first down marker.  This is one of the reasons why his speed is special because he combines it with very good power. 3) The third example is from this year’s Michigan game, where he powers through the middle and breaks a tackle to get to the second level.  The is a play that should be stopped for about 4 yards, but he turns it into a double digit gain.   The linebacker has a straight shot on Elliot and he still breaks the tackle. 4) The fourth example is from the Michigan State game from last year, where he drags the safety behind him for 5 yards down the field.  If current Jet Devin Smith makes a block on his man, this might have been a TD. 5) The fifth example is from the game against Notre Dame.  The Fighting Irish didn’t have a great rush defense, and Elliot plows through the middle here shedding defenders.  He comes close to scoring a TD, and it takes two defenders to bring him down. Receiving: 1) The first example of Elliot is from the Cincinnati game, where he makes a nice catch, turns upfield and gains a good amount of yardage.  Notice how he naturally catches the ball while still on the run.  He does not turn his whole body towards the QB to make that catch, instead turning his upper body to catch the ball, allowing him to retain momentum. 2) The second example is also from the Cincy game, where he again makes a nice catch and gains yardage.  The ball is a bit off, but he makes the adjustment, and fights off the defender to gain the first down. Blocking: 1) The first example is from the Notre Dame game, where he acts as the lead blocker for Braxton Miller.  He completely takes No. 17 James Onwualu out of the play, opening up major space for Miller to run through.  Many scouting reports have him as a very good blocker, although at times, he does rely on taking out the legs of defenders. 2) The second example also comes from the same game, where Elliot picks up the blitz (interestingly enough same LB) and stand him up, allowing the play to develop.   Notice how he also pushes him away from the play. 3) The third example is from the Michigan State game, where he comes across the formation to pick up the blitz from the other side.  This allows Devin Smith to wiggle free. 4) The fourth example is also from the Michigan State game to emphasize his weakness when he has a tendency to go for the legs.  On this play, the DE (Calhoun) all but steps over him, and breaks down the play. Negatives:   The System: 1) The System is probably one of the biggest negatives when it comes to Elliot.   The first example is a play that you have already seen.  The Badgers are in a single safety look, but look at where the safety is going at the start of the play.  One of the most explosive RBs in the country is on the field, and the entire defense seems to shift towards where the QB is going towards, on the outside.  It’s one of the downfalls of evaluating someone playing in a spread read option system.  The defense has to account for the QB to be running as well, alas can’t commit as much towards the RB. 2) The second example is from the Michigan game this year.  Notice the somewhat delayed reaction of the middle linebacker at the exchange time.  The play doesn’t go for big yards, but on a team that doesn’t feature a mobile QB, the defense would be more committed to stopping the RB. 3) The third example is from the Michigan game last year.  This is a 4th and 1 play, so the RB should be a main focus.  However, Ohio State presents 3 options for the Wolverines to worry about in the back field and notice where the defense went.  They vacated the middle, following the QB instead of possibly the top RB in this year’s class. The Team: 1) Ohio State is by far and away the most talented team in the Big10, and this allows for a significant advantage in talent in the trenches.   The first example is again, the play from Wisconsin, but a different angle.  Look at the hole created by the line.  This can be called the Trent Richardson effect, where the offensive line is so talented that it’s hard for the RB to screw it up.   Elliot takes advantage of the hole and makes a huge play, but it still leaves you to wonder about how much of an advantage Ohio State’s talent upfront provided for the RB. 2) The second example is from the Virginia Tech game, where Elliot faces a stacked box.  This usually means a power run, but Ohio State’s line opens up a massive hole right up the middle.  Elliot runs up the middle, breaks a diving arm tackle, and is home free for the long TD. 3) The third example is from the Michigan game this year, where on first and goal, Elliot has enough to space in the middle to deal with just an arm block.  The offensive linemen make great blocks, and the only one who has a remote shot at Elliot is trying to disengage from a block. Why the Jets should take Ezekiel Elliot: He demonstrates excellent speed and power combination that is rare in today’s game. He has breakaway speed, while also showing that he can power through the middle. The Jets will have a hole at RB, presumably after they let Chris Ivory walk in the off-season. He demonstrates a very advanced feel for picking up blitzes, and can engage blitzers instead of just bumping into them. He is a decent receiving ability, albeit he wasn’t utilized as a receiver when facing tougher defenses. He’s a true 3 down back that doesn’t have to get off the field. He’s dominated a major conference. He’s performed admirable on the biggest stages. Elliot would solve the issue at RB for years, helping add another element to a team that has weapons at WR. He is a good blocker, which helps out QB scrambles. Chan Gailey’s system uses zone blocking, and so does Ohio State, so there is familiarity in the blocking scheme. Todd Gurley was dominant as a RB with the Rams this year as a rookie. Gailey’s blocking system prefers a one cut RB, that can see a hole and cut up field. Elliot is exactly that. Why the Jets should pass on Ezekiel Elliot: The Trent Richardson Effect: How much did Elliot benefit from the talented line at Ohio State? Melvin Gordon Effect: Gordon terrorized the same conference last year, got picked in the first round, and ended up with very pedestrian numbers with the Chargers. Opportunity Cost: RBs have been devalued.  What other player do you give up on in the first round for Elliot when good RBs can be consistently found later in the draft?  Such examples as Thomas Rawls and David Johnson from last year’s draft. While he has shown good receiving skills, he was very quiet in that aspect against tough defenses.  He picked up most receiving yards against low ranked defenses. There are numerous plays where he just runs into the pile for 1 or 2 yards.  He lacks the quick agility to make people miss consistently in the backfield.  He’s a great one cut runner, but if that lane isn’t open for him to cut into, he has trouble improvising. In the end, the decision isn’t easy, and if Elliot does end up being available at 20, the Jets will be in a very interesting position.  Elliot displays elite skills in power, speed, and blocking.  His receiving skills need to be refined a bit, but he shows promise.  As a prospect, he has pretty much succeeded at every stage and shown skills that are impressive.  The major decision comes down to if the Jets can afford to spend a pick on a RB when they need a QB or possibly a LB. Click here to read the full story...
  8. By Glenn Naughton   With NFL free agency just around the corner, Jets fans will be keeping a close eye on star defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson whom the Jets are expected to slap with the franchise tag if they can’t come to terms on a long-term contract. Another possibility of course would be a sign and trade with any interested parties, and according to Jason La Canfora of CBS sports, the Raiders may be that party. True or not, La Canfora’s comments are the first we’ve heard in regards to any potential trade partners should the Jets look to move Wilkerson, and based on the how they’ve handled Wilkerson up to this point, a trade would appear more likely than not. Click here to read the full story...
  9. By Glenn Naughton While making the rounds in promoting Audience Sports on DirectTV, New York Jets Wide Receiver Brandon Marshall took some time to talk to JetNation.com about how the channel is keeping him busy interviewing celebrities during Super Bowl week while sharing some thoughts on what the future holds for some of his Jets teammates. Marshall […] Click here to read the full story...
  10. By Glenn Naughton   The New York Jets have announced the signing of running back, wide receiver, return man Dri Archer. Archer, a former 3rd round draft choice of the Pittsburgh Steelers was let go during the 2015 season following an underwhelming 20 pro games. Archer opened eyes at the NFL combine when he posted […] Click here to read the full story...
  11. NY Jets star defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson is hosting a football camp for kids ages 7 – 18. The camp will be held at Drew University from July 6 – 9, 2016. Additional details and the discount code appear below. Visit FootballCamps.com to sign up!       Click here to read the full story...
  12. On this weeks episode of Joe, Vinny & the Jets we look at the biggest holes on the New York Jet roster. There are also some topics and rumors surrounding the New York Jets that need to be discussed, like Colin Kaepernick wanting to play for the Jets (per Manish). Also if you haven’t heard yet […] Click here to read the full story...
  13. By Glenn Naughton   Almost a month after firing special teams coach Bobby April, the Jets are expected to announce his replacement, former Colts assistant special teams coordinator Bryant Boyer. The Jets are hiring Brant Boyer as their special teams coordinator, ESPN Insider Adam Caplan reported. This will… https://t.co/byylKVaEym — Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) February 3, […] Click here to read the full story...
  14. By Glenn Naughton   Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News is reporting that San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kapernick has some interest in being a New York Jet after a disappointing 2015 in the Bay area. A 5 year veteran, Kaepernick had his worst season as a pro under former Head Coach Jim […] Click here to read the full story...
  15. A Quick Recap of Last Week in JetNation:   Sheldon Richardson Avoids Jail Time, but Awaits Discipline from NFL   After missing four games in the 2015 season for failing multiple drugs tests, Sheldon Richardson could very likely be looking at another suspension for the 2016 season. This past Tuesday Richardson pleaded guilty to resisting arrest, […] Click here to read the full story...