Coffee with the New York Jets: 5/20/15


Make sure to enjoy a hot cup of coffee as you read some excellent reading material on the New York Jets. In this edition, a look at what offensive coordinator Chan Gailey brings to the table, Sheldon Richardson and what members of the Jets could truly breakout come next season. Enjoy!

Trying to project Chan Gailey’s vision for New York Jets’ offense by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"He’s vital to the success of the team because, as everybody knows, it could hinge on the play of the quarterbacks, Geno Smith and Ryan Fitzpatrick. Gailey’s No. 1 job is to get more out of Smith than Marty Mornhinweg did." Williams a DROY Candidate by Eric Allen (

"After all, Richardson started 15 games his first pro campaign and amassed 101 tackles and 3.5 sacks before being named Defensive Rookie of the Year. But Richardson, who was voted Curtis Martin Team MVP by his teammates after leading the Green & White with 8 sacks and 84 tackles on his way to a Pro Bowl appearance in January, is a grizzly veteran now who can drop the nickname forever."

5 New York Jets Players Poised for a Breakout Campaign in 2015 by Erik Frenz (Bleacher Report)

"A brief look at Jace Amaro’s 2014 season stats (38 receptions, 345 yards, two touchdowns) will give the appearance that the Texas Tech rookie was moderately successful in his first year in the NFL."

Woody Johnson’s comments fuel Wilkerson speculation by Bart Hubbuch (NY Post)

"“We’re continuing to have dialogue sporadically, but it’s got to be something that works for both sides,” Johnson said upon arriving for the league’s spring owners meetings."

Jets owner Woody Johnson says Patriots owner Robert Kraft ‘had to make best decision for the Patriots’ by Gary Myers (NY Daily News)

"Johnson, who didn’t want to address the fine Goodell gave him, did say there is support for the commissioner. “That’s my opinion at this point,” he said. But regarding how Goodell handled the Patriots situation, he said, “I’d rather not comment on that.”"

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