Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine look at the silver lining from a sour situation, with QB Bryce Petty now handed the keys to the New York Jets‘ offense after Josh McCown suffered a broken hand in Sunday’s loss to the Denver Broncos. Does the former Baylor gunslinger have the goods to become a quality NFL starter?
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine note the transformation as the New York Jets went from undisciplined with no fight against Carolina to last week’s victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. One week after coach Todd Bowles pronounced his team as “not a playoff contender,” is that still the case?
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine dissect the New York Jets‘ latest second-half collapse, laying a list of grievances at coach Todd Bowles‘ feet – including his reaction to wideout Robby Anderson lobbying for Pro Bowl votes midgame before the Carolina Panthers come back to win. Foremost among the complaints: A lack of toughness complicated by a lack of accountability.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine Look at how the New York Jets followed up perhaps their best performance of the season with their worst, falling 15-10 to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Jets now stand 4-6 heading into their bye week and need to start thinking about playing more young talent – including QB Bryce Petty – if they can’t beat Carolina in two weeks.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine break down the New York Jets‘ best performance of the season – sparked by defense – in a Thursday night victory return over the Buffalo Bills. Among key contributors: Mo Wilkerson, who illustrates why players coming off major leg injuries need more than a full season. Meantime, Jordan Jenkins and Darron Lee played like real outside disruptors.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine return under a new title but similar theme: The New York Jets lost a heartbreaker last Sunday. And coach Todd Bowles threw more cold water on Jets fans by standing behind QB Josh McCown. No matter how good McCown might look at times, it hurts the chances to see what Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg have to offer.
The Jets have covered all three home games this season as dogs with two straight-up wins. They face an Atlanta team that has dropped three straight – all to AFC East teams – by scoring just 41 combined points in all three losses. Not a bad idea then to take the 6-points.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine discuss a New York Jets loss in which they blew a 14-point lead to the Miami Dolphins and backup QB Matt Moore – are the critics being too harsh on a team that is clearly playing better than anyone expected a month ago?
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine look at the high points to take away from the New York Jets‘ 24-17 loss to the New England Patriots, saying critics should respect the work of a 3-3 team with limited talent. On Sunday, they held Tom Brady to 52 percent passing and only 257 yards.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine take stock of a New York Jets squad now on a three-game winning streak after Sunday’s win over the Cleveland Browns. Though an 0-2 start prompted accusations of tanking, the JCR duo wasn’t ready to buy in – and now the Jets carry momentum into next week’s clash with hot-and-cold New England.