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- A couple of "under the radar" defenders showed up again today.  As Frankie
Luvu had a TFL on LeVeon Bell while Bronson Kaufusi and Justin Alexandre had
QB hurries in their 11 on 11 reps

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Alexandre has had his name called out on several occasions so far - he's on my Practice Squad list right now......  

 

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General Notes

– Players in full pads, but not full uniforms as some wore shorts.

– Practice ran 2 hours and 20 minutes.

– Team is relatively healthy as only Marcus Maye, Bless Austin and Daniel Brown sat out.

– The first practice after an off day was slightly sloppier as there was an increase in penalties.  A couple of false starts on the offense and offsides on the defense.

– It seemed like the offense put an emphasis on the short passing game and the red zone.  So there were no “sexy” plays, generally it was an even practice between the offense and the defense.

Coach Corner

– I made mention of this in an earlier report but the pass coverage of the LB’s and DB’s is much “tighter” than in years pass.  Particularly in zone there doesn’t seem to be confusion about where everyone should be.  We’ll see if it continues when the season starts but so far Dennard Wilson deserves credit.

Player Notes

– Quinnen Williams showed up again in his reps as he had two more “sacks”. In addition he’s starting to get reps with the #1’s.

– As to be expected Jamison Crowder excelled again with the short passing game being emphasized.  He showed good chemistry with Sam Darnold to adjust his routes and beat the blitz when the defense brought pressure.  In addition he caught a TD from Darnold in a red zone situational period.  The offense was down 20-24 from the 20 yard line with 1:30 left on the clock.  On 4th down Darnold rolled out to hit Crowder to “win the game” with 22 seconds left.

– Quincy Enunwa had a good day as he also provided Darnold an outlet to beat pressure when the defense blitzed.  And in a red zone period he caught a TD from Darnold as he went over Darryl Roberts.

– A couple of “under the radar” defenders showed up again today.  As Frankie Luvu had a TFL on LeVeon Bell while Bronson Kaufusi and Justin Alexandre had QB hurries in their 11 on 11 reps.

– Chandler Catanzaro was 4-6 in his attempts.  But I noticed he was 3-3 when Lachlan Edwards held for him but only 1-3 when Matt Darr held for him. Also when Darr held for Catanzaro he had a tendency to “slice” the ball on his misses.  If this continues there’s no way Darr has any shot at winning the punter spot.

QB Notes

– Sam Darnold had a solid day as he threw the two TD’s mentioned earlier (Crowder & Enunwa) and didn’t turn the ball over.  He also used his cadence to get the defense to jump offsides.  But to me his growth in seeing the blitz and knowing where to go with the ball has been huge. 

– Have to show Trevor Siemian some love as he probably had his best day.  He threw three TD’s during red zone periods.  Bilal Powell (20+ yards), Ty Montgomery (15+ yards) and Deonte Thompson (10 yards) were the receivers.

Standouts

– Quinnen Williams

– Jamison Crowder

– Quincy Enunwa

– Coverage sacks (due to tight coverage of LB’s & DB’s)

Concerns

– Need to clean up penalties

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Good write up, KRL. As usual. I understand having a camp leg, but I doubt there's any serious competition for Edwards at P. 

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1 hour ago, KRL said:

General Notes

- Players in full pads, but not full uniforms as some wore shorts

- Practice ran 2 hours and 20 minutes

- Team is relatively healthy as only Marcus Maye, Bless Austin and
Daniel Brown sat out

- The first practice after an off day was slightly sloppier as there was
an increase in penalties.  A couple of false starts on the offense and
offsides on the defense

- It seemed like the offense put an emphasis on the short passing game
and the red zone.  So there were no "sexy" plays, generally it was an
even practice between the offense and the defense


Coach Corner

- I made mention of this in an earlier report but the pass coverage of
the LB's and DB's is much "tighter" than in years pass.  Particularly in zone
there doesn't seem to be confusion about where everyone should be.  We'll
see if it continues when the season starts but so far Dennard Wilson deserves
credit


Player Notes

- Quinnen Williams showed up again in his reps as he had two more "sacks".
In addition he's starting to get reps with the #1's

- As to be expected Jamison Crowder excelled again with the short passing
game being emphasized.  He showed good chemistry with Sam Darnold to adjust
his routes and beat the blitz when the defense brought pressure.  In addition
he caught a TD from Darnold in a red zone situational period.  The offense was
down 20-24 from the 20 yard line with 1:30 left on the clock.  On 4th down
Darnold rolled out to hit Crowder to "win the game" with 22 seconds left

- Quincy Enunwa had a good day as he also provided Darnold an outlet to
beat pressure when the defense blitzed.  And in a red zone period he caught
a TD from Darnold as he went over Darryl Roberts

- A couple of "under the radar" defenders showed up again today.  As Frankie
Luvu had a TFL on LeVeon Bell while Bronson Kaufusi and Justin Alexandre had
QB hurries in their 11 on 11 reps

- Chandler Catanzaro was 4-6 in his attempts.  But I noticed he was 3-3
when Lachlan Edwards held for him but only 1-3 when Matt Darr held for him.
Also when Darr held for Catanzaro he had a tendency to "slice" the ball on
his misses.  If this continues there's no way Darr has any shot at winning
the punter spot


QB Notes

- Sam Darnold had a solid day as he threw the two TD's mentioned earlier (Crowder
& Enunwa) and didn't turn the ball over.  He also used his cadence to get the defense
to jump offsides.  But to me his growth in seeing the blitz and knowing where to go
with the ball has been huge

- Have to show Trevor Siemian some love as he probably had his best day.  He threw
three TD's during red zone periods.  Bilal Powell (20+ yards), Ty Montgomery (15+
yards) and Deonte Thompson (10 yards) were the receivers


Standouts

- Quinnen Williams

- Jamison Crowder

- Quincy Enunwa

- Coverage sacks (due to tight coverage of LB's & DB's)


Concerns

- Need to clean up penalties

I just want to say thank you.  I wait all day for your observations on Jets camp.  They are excellent.  The beat writers are useless except for reporting injuries and what ever is fed to them by Gase and Co.   Its nice that they are practicing early this year which is better for dealing with the heat and getting the reports out earlier!

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I know people say this all the time when there is a new coach, but in all the clips and interviews I have seen so far there just seems to be more energy and excitement from the team in years past. I get the feeling that there is 100% buy in to what is happening.

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3 hours ago, KRL said:

Coach Corner

- I made mention of this in an earlier report but the pass coverage of
the LB's and DB's is much "tighter" than in years pass.  Particularly in zone
there doesn't seem to be confusion about where everyone should be.  We'll
see if it continues when the season starts but so far Dennard Wilson deserves
credit

Someone (you?) mentioned that they were working the LBs and DBs together on the coverage.  I wonder if this contributed.  Inexplicable if the prior regime didn't, but I guess nothing should be surprising at this point. 

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I just want to say thank you.  I wait all day for your observations on Jets camp.  They are excellent.  The beat writers are useless except for reporting injuries and what ever is fed to them by Gase and Co.   Its nice that they are practicing early this year which is better for dealing with the heat and getting the reports out earlier!
My sentiments exactly. Just today I was wondering where his thread was before it was posted. My thanks KRL, you rock

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3 hours ago, KRL said:


Player Notes

- Quinnen Williams showed up again in his reps as he had two more "sacks".
In addition he's starting to get reps with the #1's

 

 


Standouts

- Quinnen Williams

 

That you KRL!  Your updates are outstanding and succinct.

Q's play this year along with C.J. Moseley will be transformative if both play up to our hopes and dreams.  If Marcus Maye can stay healthy, then this defense will need to be taken seriously by all other teams that play us this year.  Then we will have (3) three studs that we didn't have on this side of the ball last year. 

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2 hours ago, johnnysd said:

I know people say this all the time when there is a new coach, but in all the clips and interviews I have seen so far there just seems to be more energy and excitement from the team in years past. I get the feeling that there is 100% buy in to what is happening.

I for one am excited so far by Gase.

In truth I wanted to like Bowles and didn’t openly knock him but he was often off putting as far as I am concerned.  

He acted smug when his team was not playing up to snuff and acted like folks were nuts for calling him out. 

Seemed like a nice person otherwise but his insistence on keeping Rogers was it for me and I for one am glad he is gone. 

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4 hours ago, Sarge4Tide said:

Alexandre has had his name called out on several occasions so far - he's on my Practice Squad list right now......  

 

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This kid has some nice highlights. Looks like he plays the run pretty decently also. His highlights look better than Polites but Im sure his competition wasn't as good as what Polite faced - but this kid looks like he plays the run a lot better than Polite. He seems to have a nose for the ball.

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6 hours ago, KRL said:

 

- Chandler Catanzaro was 4-6 in his attempts.  But I noticed he was 3-3
when Lachlan Edwards held for him but only 1-3 when Matt Darr held for him.
Also when Darr held for Catanzaro he had a tendency to "slice" the ball on
his misses.  If this continues there's no way Darr has any shot at winning
the punter spot.

Thanks KRL.

The above is particularly interesting because I know in the Tweet thread we saw lots of mentions about Cantanzaro missing some FGs and the panic button starting to be pressed by some fans.  But, I don't know if I saw anywhere else that there was a difference with the holders.  It seems pretty black & white that Chandler was 100% on FGs where Edwards held and 33% on ones where Darr was the holder.  That doesn't seem to be a kicker problem.

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I don't think Darnold has had a bad practice yet. This is all kinds of encouraging. It's just so nice to have upside and a future at the position, it's been too long.

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6 hours ago, dbatesman said:

You guys ever notice that KRL--who does this for free--consistently comes up with fascinating little observations like this, while our beat reporters--who are handsomely compensated--are content to fart out something like "Gregg Williams is one intense dude" and pack it in for the day?

Agree with everything except, are bear reporters actually handsomely compensated? I envision them driving around in a 1997 Honda Civic with 413,000 miles and bald tires

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6 hours ago, dbatesman said:

You guys ever notice that KRL--who does this for free--consistently comes up with fascinating little observations like this, while our beat reporters--who are handsomely compensated--are content to fart out something like "Gregg Williams is one intense dude" and pack it in for the day?

I doubt Mehta is handsomely compensated but your point is very valid!

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9 minutes ago, NoBowles said:

Agree with everything except, are bear reporters actually handsomely compensated? I envision them driving around in a 1997 Honda Civic with 413,000 miles and bald tires

 

6 minutes ago, batman10023 said:

I doubt Mehta is handsomely compensated but your point is very valid!

Whatever it is, it's too much

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2 hours ago, JetPotato said:

With the way these Darnold reports have been coming lately, I'm going to have to remind myself to make sure I'm wearing softer, roomier pants next time I log on here.

Dare you use the "B" word.... 

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