The New York Jets roster in 2022 featured their most impressive collection of players in years. Despite falling short of the playoffs in frustrating fashion, the talent on this football team this season was there to make the postseason.
Joe Namath wants to see a change at quarterback for the Jets this year. He's even willing to bring his number out of retirement to make it happen. Namath told the Tiki and Tierney show on Thursday that he's a big fan of Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, another Hall of Fame quarterback that dons No.
Wilson’s sophomore season in the NFL was disastrous. The second overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft was expected to take notable steps forward in 2022 in the hopes that he could inch closer to becoming the team’s franchise quarterback. However, the exact opposite happened.
Another name has been added to the Jets’ search for a new offensive coordinator. The latest candidate is Chad O’Shea, currently the wide receivers coach and pass game coordinator for the Cleveland Browns.
The New York Jets have insisted they are not giving up on Zach Wilson heading into 2023, but the quarterback may have to make some serious changes to his worth ethic if he wants to win back the trust of his teammates.
Last Thursday, New York Jets owner Woody Johnson made clear his willingness to acquire a quarterback. While most Jets fans agree with Johnson that the Jets need a QB upgrade, there is a bit more debate around the latter piece of Woody’s quote regarding the degree to which the Jets are close to contending with their current roster.
“I’ve got news for you. We’re gonna win the game. I guarantee it.” It’s been 53 years since Joe Namath offered his infamous guarantee before defeating the Baltimore Colts in the first official “Super Bowl”.
Insight from within the Jets’ organization over the last couple of seasons leads to more troubling questions than answers. Zack Rosenblatt, The Athletic‘s New York Jets beat reporter, wrote an in-depth piece covering what went into Mike LaFleur’s departure from the team.
Another offseason, another Jets’ offensive line overhaul. Time is ticking on Joe Douglas‘s reputation as a builder from the trenches. In his four seasons as Gang Green’s general manager, the team’s offensive line has ranged from revolving but decent to unwatchable.
It has now been a little over a week since the 2022 New York Jets season came to a conclusion. Some time removed to digest the bitter taste left following a miserable six-game losing streak to end the year.
If you thought you could catch your breath after the 2022 season, especially the way it ended for New York, you were wrong. Not 72 hours after their final game of the year, the Jets’ brass was hard at work self-scouting and making tough decisions.
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson is desperate for his team to become a winner. He has opened up the checkbook previously for general manager Joe Douglas and head coach Robert Saleh to bring in the players to make that happen and he is willing to do it once again.