Coffee with the New York Jets: 5/16


Make sure to get an iced coffee to get your day off right, especially when reading some of the best articles from across the internet on the New York Jets. This edition covers if general manager Mike Maccagnan is still looking for more safeties, a look at NFC East opponents and another injury update on Marcus Gilchrist. Enjoy and make sure to get your coffee light and sweet to start this weekend off right!

Jets mailbag: Is Mike Maccagnan still looking for safety help? by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"It’s highly likely that none of their six draft choices will be opening-day starters. When’s the last time that happened for a team that picked sixth overall?"

Jets’ Showdown vs. Always Tough NFC East by Randy Lange (

"This division has been the Jets’ toughest interconference hurdle. Since 2002, we’re 2-10 against this fearsome foursome. The only two NFL franchises we’ve never beaten at home? Philadelphia (0-4) and Washington (0-4), both coming to the Meadowlands in the first half of the ’15 schedule."

Jets DC: It’s a challenge utilizing talented D-Line group by Conor Orr (

"Overloading a strength has worked before in the NFL, especially for teams that are less-than-comfortable at quarterback. For now, the coaching staff seems more than open to the theory that another team can’t win if they aren’t able to get a pass off."

How will Marcus Gilchrist’s injury impact Jets this offseason? by Dom Cosentino (

"“It’s just something that needed to get fixed,” Gilchrist said. “Just working to get back to 100 percent. Come season time, I’ll be ready.”"

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