Greg DePalma delves into the New York Jets‘ depth chart as the season enters its penultimate week, asking where management can find more players like second-year DE Leonard Williams, who was named a Pro Bowl alternate earlier this week.
Greg DePalma recaps the New York Jets‘ first victory since QB Bryce Petty took the controls, with RB Bilal Powell also playing a large role as he stepped in for the injured Matt Forte. The overtime victory over San Francisco ought to give Jets fans optimism, unlike the reaction from many in the Jets media.
Greg DePalma looks at the New York Jets‘ changing of the QB guard, as Ryan Fitzpatrick is nudged aside to give Bryce Petty the reins for the rest of the season. The question is whether it’s enough to save coach Todd Bowles‘ job — maybe not, as Greg suggests Bowles needs to go back to being the aggressive blitz-caller that got him the job in the first place.
Greg DePalma continues his look into the New York Jets‘ future by examining potential top picks for management to keep an eye on this week in college football’s league championship games. A half dozen alone will be playing in the SEC Championship between No.1 Alabama and East champion Florida.
Greg DePalma looks to the New York Jets‘ future with coach Todd Bowles sticking with QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, plus a look at the team’s latest salary cap numbers and where they can save money with an eye on the free agency market.
Greg DePalma asks whether or not head coach Todd Bowles deserves to keep his job. The boss has lost the locker room with a questionable quarterback and had to suspend key players for a quarter. Ryan Fitzpatrick and Brandon Marshall‘s sideline bust up heaps additional questions on the beleaguered organization’s leadership.
Greg DePalma looks back at the New York Jets‘ victory over the winless Cleveland Browns, then previews this week’s rivalry showdown at the Miami Dolphins. He also delves into the continuing swirl at quarterback, making an early pitch to draft Mississippi’s Chad Kelly.
Greg DePalma takes an in-depth look as the New York Jets prepare to visit the winless Cleveland Browns, who already have gone through four quarterbacks this season. The Jets, meantime, could be missing an opportunity by keeping Bryce Petty (left) on the bench and going back to Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Greg DePalma takes a look at the New York Jets‘ victory Sunday over the sputtering Baltimore Ravens, as headlines focus on QB Ryan Fitzpatrick‘s relief effort after Geno Smith was injured. The biggest factor, though, might have been the Jets defense as Sheldon Richardson (91) and teammates held Baltimore to 6 yards rushing and created three turnovers.