Coffee with the New York Jets: Is Evan Mathis the answer?


Grab a nice hot cup of coffee and enjoy some fine reading material on the New York Jets. In this edition, articles on the 21st century Mount Rushmore for the Jets, a big reason why Brandon Marshall even came to the team and a look at if the team should pursue the services of offensive guard Evan Mathis.

Selecting Jets’ Mount Rushmore … for 21st century by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"In terms of the 21st century, the first three are no-brainers — , and . Martin is in the Hall of Fame, Mawae was a finalist last year and Revis will be in it someday. It’s a tough call for the final spot on the Mount. Curtis Martin Kevin Mawae Darrelle Revis"

Marshall reportedly chose to be dealt to Jets because of Geno Smith by Fox Sports (

"“We’re growing every single day,” Marshall said. “I look at it like a little brother. Rooming with him has really speeded up that process. We look at each other a different way. It just makes you want to fight that much harder.”"

Luck reportedly says ‘F— that’ to one day being Jets QB by Fox Sports (

"According to the New York Post, Luck engaged in a conversation with an avid New York Jets fan recently and made his distaste for that franchise evident."

Jets have need for Evan Mathis — and other minicamp lessons by Brian Costello (NY Post)

"Right guard is a bit of a mess for the Jets. By The Post’s count, they worked four different players in there with the first team this spring. This week it was and getting most of the snaps. Brent Qvale Brian Winters"

Muhammad Wilkerson helping out stud who may take his job by Bart Hubbuch (NY Post)

"“We’ve talked a few times,” Williams said Thursday when asked about Wilkerson. “He gave me a few tips here and there.”"

New coach, same old crippling issue for stuck-with-Geno Jets by Brian Costello (NY Post)

"You have to back nearly 20 years to find a Jets’ offense that finished in the top 10. It was in 1998 when , Curtis Martin and Bill Parcells took the team to an AFC East title. Vinny Testaverde"

Next: New York Jets: A comprehensive look at Geno Smith

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