One of the priorities for the New York Jets this off-season was bolstering their offensive line, as they went out and utilized draft capital and free-agent money to upgrade the unit. They brought in Dan Feeney, who’s started 57 games in four seasons of play, and has experience at LG and C, and drafted Alijah Vera-Tucker out of USC to fill an interior position.
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The New York Jets released a four-part docuseries of the team’s offseason featuring the selection of former BYU quarterback Zach Wilson. The Jets published their documentary on Monday, June 21. New York’s video production is entitled “Flight 2021: An Offseason with the New York Jets.”
Come this fall, Zach Wilson will get his first full taste of facing a blitzing NFL defense. Before that, though, he had to endure the scrutiny of NFL front office personnel for months prior to the league’s 2021 draft, culminating in the former BYU quarterback being the No.
Isaac Bruce had to first wait 11 years after his final NFL game in 2009 to learn he’s entering the Pro Football Hall of Fame, joining the 2020 class. However, the spread of coronavirus prevented him and the rest of his hall class from putting on the gold jacket and delivering a speech in his induction ceremony.
If you have not had the chance to watch the exclusive documentary event, Flight 2021: An Offseason with the New York Jets, you should clear your schedule immediately. This Hard Knocks-quality production tackled different areas of the Jets 2021 offseason. We already discussed the franchise’s new standard for how they go about bringing in talent, but another subject of extreme intrigue was why the team chose Zach Wilson.
As the New York Jets bide time before training camp, ESM looks at some veteran faces that could be poised for a breakout. As we’ve officially reached a rare dead period on the NFL calendar, ESM presents Top 10 Tuesday, a weekly list series that will center on the past, present, and future of the Jets in a sortable format.
Perception can often be reality. While the two words have completely different meanings, they parallel one another. Perception is not real, it’s how people perceive or think of things. Although if enough people perceive something a certain way it can become a reality.
These five particular matchups on the NY Jets’ 2021 schedule will be problematic for Mike LaFleur’s offense. Week 3: Broncos FS Justin Simmons vs. Jets QB Zach Wilson In yesterday’s breakdown analyzing mismatches in the New York Jets defense’s favor, we identified the safety duo of Marcus Maye and Lamarcus Joyner‘s battles against young quarterbacks (particularly Trevor Lawrence, since he is the only surefire rookie starter on the schedule) as a favorable matchup due to the savvy pairing’s excellent track record in coverage against young quarterbacks.
The model sisters are spending time with their respective boyfriends on a tropical vacay in St. Barts Olivia and Sophia Culpo are soaking up the sun with their NFL beaus! Earlier this week, Olivia, 29, and Sophia, 24, both shared photographs on Instagram from a tropical getaway to St. Barts with their boyfriends.
Blewett’s Blitz breaks down the film of undrafted New York Jets cornerback Isaiah Dunn, whose talent suggests he should’ve been drafted. -The FULL Jet X member-only video is near the bottom of this article and can also be seen on the Blewett's Blitz homepage (if you're a paid member and logged in).
The behind-the-scenes offseason documentary event, Flight 2021: An Offseason with the New York Jets, aired on June 21, 2021. If you haven’t had the chance to watch it yet, I highly recommend you do. The four-part docuseries was made for the Jets football junkie in us all, and it did not disappoint.
New York Jets general manager Joe Douglas has made the offensive live a priority since he was hired two years ago. Douglas, a former offensive lineman himself, has invested multiple first-round draft picks and spent cash in free agency to add new starters in every spot along the line.
The Oklahoma Drill Podcast returns to analyze the details behind the New York Jets’ up-and-coming offensive line. New York Jets general manager Joe Douglas has made the offensive live a priority since he was hired two years ago. Douglas, a former offensive lineman himself, has invested multiple first-round draft picks and spent cash in free agency to add new starters in every spot along the line.
The New York Jets’ rushing room officially moved on from the Le’Veon Bell era, opting for a more minimalist future. Following the conclusion of minicamp activities, the NFL offseason is officially over. The next time the New York Jets convene in Florham Park, they’ll be getting ready for preseason and regular season action for the 2021 season.
Good morning, GGN! I hope you’re all having a great start to the day. The New York Jets have released their “Flight 2021” series, highlighting the hire of head coach Robert Saleh, the NFL Draft, and a number of other things that have gone on this offseason.
By Joseph G. Phillips, Sports Editor Last month, the National Football League announced that it will return to playing International Series Games in 2021. The two games will be held at London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The group will feature the Atlanta Falcons hosting the New York Jets on Sunday, October 10, and the Jacksonville Jaguars hosting the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, October 17, at home.
The New York Jets showed they're headed in the right direction during this offseason program. But with the good feelings of OTA and minicamp now a memory and training camp looming, there is still plenty of uncertainty as to how the 2021 season will play out. A new vibe is nice, but it doesn't change reality: Jets are in the midst of a massive rebuild.
After making a measurable jump in production in his second NFL season, New York defensive tackle Quinnen Williams was asked if he could make another in 2021 as the Jets wound down their offseason program last week. “I don’t know that answer,” Williams said.