Coffee with the New York Jets: 5/12 edition


Drinking some delicious coffee while having plenty of reading material on the New York Jets sure is a beautiful thing. In this edition, enjoy some articles from across the internet on how the Jets will probably earn the title of the biggest spenders in free agency, signing another quarterback into the mix and of course, Deflategate.

New York Jets poised to ‘win’ off-season spending title by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"No team wants to be crowned the champions of spending because, more often than not, it means there were many holes in the roster, probably due to poor drafting. Such was the case with the Jets."

New York Jets add a fifth QB, sign undrafted free agent Jake Heaps by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"On Monday, the Jets added another to the depth chart, signing undrafted free agent Jake Heaps. He participated in last weekend’s rookie minicamp as a non-roster player, showing enough to earn a contract."

Football Outsiders projects 6-10 Jets in 2015 by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"Aaron Schatz of Football Outsiders, an ESPN contributor, has posted his projected AFC standings for 2015, and he doesn’t believe the Jets will be significantly better than last season."

For Jets Rookies, a Look Back, a Look Ahead by Randy Lange (

"Todd Bowles’ first rookie minicamp unfolded no doubt the way all rookie minicamps in all pro sports have always gone. On day one there was a lot of good to see with the top draft picks showing their athleticism in shorts, and some mistakes. Then on day two the rookies had more to absorb, more to blow their minds."

Wife of Jets owner Woody Johnson celebrates Tom Brady’s Deflategate suspension with an emoticon by Darryl Slater (

"Anyway, there you have it. Take it for what it’s worth. She appears quite happy that Brady was suspended — as any Jets fan would be. (She has since deleted the tweet.)"

Have New York Jets Built Offense for Success Under Chan Gailey? by Erik Frenz (

"Jets offensive coordinator Chan Gailey has made quarterback lemons into lemonade in the past, but that’s not all he’ll need to successfully execute his scheme. The Jets have given him some of the pieces he’ll need but have left him shorthanded at other spots."

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