Coffee with the New York Jets: Geno Smith gets booed
Grab a nice iced coffee and enjoy some excellent reading material on the New York Jets. In this edition, articles on quarterback Geno Smith getting booed at Yankee Stadium, more on the “Porsche” analogy when it comes to the Jets’ offense and which players have been exceeding expectations during organized team activities.
Geno Smith must learn to handle ‘Porsche’ on bumpy roads by Rich Cimini (ESPN)
"Every quarterback encounters adversity, whether it’s his fault or not. If Smith wants to stay in the driver’s seat (sorry), he’ll have to demonstrate more mental toughness in those situations. An improved supporting cast should help."
Jets QB Geno Smith booed at Yankees game, won’t comment on Willie Colon’s remarks by Mitch Abramson (NY Daily News)
"Smith was greeted with boos when he was shown on the jumbotron as he attended the Yankees’ 6-2 win over the Angels in the Bronx. He offered a terse “no comment” when asked about Colon’s remarks during the seventh inning."
New York Jets Who’ve Turned Heads in Offseason Workouts by Erik Frenz (Bleacher Report)
"Fitzpatrick has experience in Chan Gailey’s offense, and given his track record, it’s safe to say that Gailey’s offense is best suited to Fitzpatrick’s strengths and weaknesses. The same could also be said for Smith, though, and even for rookie Bryce Petty."
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