Lunch with the New York Jets: Damon Harrison ready for more


Enjoy your lunch today with some great reading material on the New York Jets. In this edition, articles on Geno Smith, how the wide receiver market was reset with the recent landmark deals and a look at how Damon Harrison plans to push the envelope for the Jets this upcoming season.

Jets QB preview: Another year, another competition tilted in Geno Smith’s favor by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"It’s now or never for Smith. The Jets have been tremendously patient with their inconsistent quarterback — some might argue too patient — but they believe he has enough arm talent to warrant another chance to become the team’s long-term answer."

Potential fallout from recent landmark deals by John Clayton (ESPN)

"Imagine the impact on the New York Jets, who have three great 3-4 defensive ends — (30th overall pick in 2011), and rookie . Wilkerson is in his fifth-year option and Richardson is up in 2017. It’s highly unlikely they’ll be able to afford both. Muhammad Wilkerson Sheldon Richardson Leonard Williams"

Will Jets’ new regime try to mask David Harris’ deficiency? by Brian Costello (New York Post)

"Harris had six sacks last year, establishing a new career high, and he also forced two fumbles. Does he struggle in coverage? Absolutely. But show me how many inside linebackers don’t. Because of a weak secondary last season, Harris was put in some bad coverage positions."

Harrison expects more sacks in ‘attacking’ Jets D by Marc Sessler (

"“There was a lot of two-gapping with Rex,” Harrison said last week, per “Here (under Bowles), we’re attacking. We were attacking with Rex, too. But for myself, as the nose tackle, I didn’t get a chance to get up the field like Muhammad (Wilkerson) and Sheldon (Richardson) were doing.”"

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