Greg DePalma goes “Inside the Drives” to review the key plays that shaped the New York Jets’ opening loss to Cincinnati, then is joined by The Sports Section co-host Ross Benjamin to preview Thursday night’s AFC East clash against the Buffalo Bills.
Greg DePalma takes an in-depth look at the New York Jets’ opening loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, in which seven sacks from the defensive front were squandered by those behind them. WR A.J. Green rewrote the Bengals’ opening game record with 12 catches for 180 yards, many of them against Darrelle Revis.
Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, joins host Greg DePalma to analyze the New York Jets’ young players. There are currently 12 rookies on the 53-man roster, including all seven draft picks and five rookie free agents.
Host Greg DePalma is joined by Connor Hughes of the The Star-Ledger for a further look at the New York Jets’ final cutdowns. They also discuss the Jets’ new defensive alignment, a base 4-3 that allows Leonard Williams, Mo Wilkerson and Sheldon Richardson to be on the field at the same time.
Host Greg DePalma takes a in-depth look at the New York Jets’ final cutdowns, getting down to the 53-man limit in part by parting ways with such high-priced underachievers as CB Dee Milliner and TE Jace Amaro.
Host Greg DePalma offers in-depth analysis on the New York Jets’ roster battles as the deadline looms to trim preseason rosters to 75 by Tuesday. Following this weekend’s 21-20 loss to the New York Giants, one hidden gem that appears to have played his way into a longer look is rookie WR Robby Anderson out of Temple.
Greg DePalma analyzes the Jets’ latest preseason matchup for Jets Confidential magazine where Bryce Petty and Robby Anderson stole the show as predicted last week. The main question now is if Geno Smith should be traded.
Greg DePalma analyzes the Jets’ first preseason game against the Jacksonville Jaguars for Jets Confidential magazine with focus on the depth chart, position battles, and exactly who is expected to be the team’s quarterback of the future.
The Todd Bowles/Mike Maccagnan era got off to a great start with a 10-win season, but it did not end in the playoffs. Now they’re taking a chance that no other team would on a 33-year old veteran signal-caller who has never reached the post-season. How will it all emerge?
Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, joins Greg DePalma to analyze the New York Jets’ draft performance, as first-round LB Darron Lee of Ohio State is overshadowed by the Jets’ selection of Penn State QB Christian Hackenberg in the second.