Can New York Jets running back Le’Veon Bell rebound off a frustrating fantasy season last year? or are his best days behind him? In this article, I recap what went wrong last season and try to forecast Bell’s potential this season. Quick Reminder: I know this has been a very strange year with Covid-19 and […]
In this article Dan Ficca and Rob Grimwood, two of Gridiron Experts team bloggers, discuss the recent trade between the Indianapolis Colts and New York Jets along with adding their thoughts on each team's strategy at the upcoming NFL Draft.
Terrelle Pryor Fantasy The New York Jets have signed free-agent wide receiver Terrelle Pryor to a one-year deal worth up to $4.5 million. Pryor a former Quarterback turned receiver is looking to bounce back after a very poor season hampered by injuries with the Redskins. The soon to be 29-year-old has 2 years experience in […]
As promised by GM Mike Maccagnan the Jets have been active to start free agency. After a slow start that left many fans(myself included) wondering if the team would show some signs of life they finally made a flurry of signings. They have reached agreements with free-agent Quarterbacks Teddy Bridgewater and Josh McCown, RB Isaiah […]
Can The Jets Land Kirk Cousins? Despite the Broncos being a more complete team, with a better defense and proven veteran wide receivers in Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders, the Jets seem to be the early favorite to land Cousins. The New York Post’s Brian Costello was told the Jets could offer Kirk Cousins $60 million in […]
There’s no doubt that QB Josh McCown had a very good season, at least to his standards in 2017. Some will argue that McCown was not the problem for the Jets in 2017, while this may be true, he certainly was not the solution. While posting career highs in completion percentage, yards, passing touchdowns and […]
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, The Jets will promote current QB Coach, Jeremy Bates to fill their vacant Offensive Coordinator position. Bates has been coaching in the league since 2002, having held various positions along offensive staffs such as Offensive Quality Control, Offensive Assistant, and QB Coach. His first opportunity to call plays came […]
The Jets offensive coordinator carousel continues to spin as John Morton has been fired from the position after one season. New York will be looking to hire their 6th coordinator in 8 years as the search for offensive stability continues. From the mid to late 2000’s years of Brian Schottenheimer all the way to present […]
J-E-T-S 2018 Preview The 2017 New York Jets summed up in one word; surprising, overachieving, motivated? I’ll let you decide. As most of us know New York was predicted by many NFL fans and, experts to win 1-2 games or even suffer the imperfect 0-16 season. Sure, there were a few ugly losses (see Week […]
This past week brought clarity to many teams—some are sulking in their losses and gearing up for next year, while others are primed for a deep run into the playoffs in December. If you’re of the latter group, your roster management today could win you a Fantasy title when the dust settles.
Brandon Marshall is the poster child for receiver consistency. Since 2007 Marshall has had five 100 reception seasons, 8 out of 9 years of 1,000 yards (The only reason not 9 of 9 was an injury plagued 2014), and four seasons of 10-plus touchdowns.
[the_ad id=”58837″]The New York Jets have agreed to terms with RB Matt Forte on a $12 million deal with $8 million guaranteed. Forte, formerly of the Chicago Bears steps in and replaces Chris Ivory who recently signed with the Jags. Former Saints RB Khiry Robinson was also signed to a one-year deal with the Jets. His deal is worth […]