In this week's episode, Michael Pallas begins discussing the players who can make an impact on the New York Jets in 2018. He will begin the series with two rookies, one who was drafted late and the other the Jets picked up as an undrafted free agent.
In this week's episode Michael Pallas goes back in time to 2011, and discusses the Jets chances of winning the AFC East based on recent history and the history of all-time greats and precipitous falls from greatness. He also discusses why the Jets pass rush will benefit from an upgraded secondary.
Sam Darnold fell into the laps of the New York Jets with the No. 3 overall pick, and even the New York Jets couldn't screw that one up. What about the rest of the draft class? When should Darnold start. Michael Pallas will address this question and analyze the New York Jets season and where they can go in 2018.
Some believe the Sam Darnold is a lock to go No. 1. However, there's a scenario where neither the New York Giants or the Cleveland Browns take the USC quarterback, and instead the top running back (Saquon Barkley) and the top edge rusher (Bradley Chubb) go No. 1 and 2. We'll explore how the Dallas Cowboys play a role in this selection, and we will talk with Kyle Hirshkind, Jets editor for Full Press Coverage.
It appears that the New York Jets moved up to get Baker Mayfield. If they did that it would be a terrible move, they need to target Sam Darnold or Josh Rosen in the 2018 NFL Draft. Mayfield will not be a good NFL quarterback
Sports os a business. It's a tired old cliche, but we never hear that aound draft time in the NFL, but it applies to the New York Jets and how they will attack the 2018 NFL Draft. Which would provide a better return on investment, and edge rusher or quarterback? Michael Pallas explores whether the Jets should take a quarterback or not base on the business side of things in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Despite the talk of the New York Jets needing a franchise quarterback, they shouldn't be targeting one in the 2018 NFL Draft. Josh Rosen and Sam Darnold will likely be gone by the time the Jets select at no. 6 overall, and Baker Mayfield and Josh Allen are not quarterbacks you can build your team around. The Jets need to focus on rebuilding the defense and special teams, because those were lacking as well in 2017. If they can build a Super Bowl calibur defense the offense can be just...
Michael Pallas goes into depth about the future of the Jets and the need to make sure Christian Hackenbarg gets as many reps as possible with the young receivers. Hackenberg got fewer reps in training camp this week, and Michael discusses why that hampers the future of the team, and how McCown and Hackenberg need to be used during the 2017 regular season.
This is the preseason Week 1 preview of Jets vs. Titans. Michael Pallas will give his take on the upcoming week. Also there was a recent ESPN poll about coaches on the hot seat, and he will address the ranking of head coach Todd Bowles being on the hot seat, and whether that makes sense or not.