Coffee with the New York Jets: Bowles handles OTAs well


Make sure to enjoy a nice hot cup of coffee as you read some excellent material on the New York Jets. In this edition, some articles on Geno Smith, Todd Bowles and how OTAs have gone so far this offseason. Enjoy and Happy Memorial Day to everyone!

Sunday notes: New York Jets’ faith in Geno Smith is unusual, historically speaking by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"No, offensive coordinator Chan Gailey didn’t undermine Todd Bowles by proclaiming Smith the starter. In Gailey’s mind, he was reiterating what Bowles already had stated on multiple occasions."

How Geno Smith Can Become a Reliable NFL Starting Quarterback by Sean Tomlinson (Bleacher Report)

"He’s a quarterback who has offered fleeting moments of hope after being a second-round draft pick in 2013, doing so while completing 80-plus percent of his passes in three starts."

How does Jets’ Todd Bowles make meaningful evaluations off ‘two-hand touch’ spring practices? by Dom Cosentino (

"Bowles takes this time of year — voluntary spring workouts before training camp — with a big grain of salt. The Jets have seven OTA practices left, and three practices during June’s mandatory minicamp, before they take some time off leading into training camp."

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