Coffee with the New York Jets: Are the NFL Playoffs realistic?


Grab an iced coffee and enjoy some fine reading material on the New York Jets. In this edition, articles on the running back corps of the Jets, why Joe Klecko belongs in the Pro Football Hall of Fame and a look at the biggest training camp battles this summer. Enjoy!

Jets RB preview: Cast includes supporting actors but no stars by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"The competition. It should be intense because of the numbers at the position. Ivory and Powell are virtual locks to make the team, but what about Stacy and Ridley? Do they keep one? Both? Can Richardson crash the party?"

‘Klecko 2 Canton’ movement gaining steam by Kristian Dyer (New York Metro)

"Four times selected to the Pro Bowl, he was also twice an All-Pro. He was hurt by the fact that while he played defensive end, a switch to a 3-4 defensive front meant that he was bumped to the interior of the line, a role that required him to generate less of a pass rush. But he was nonetheless dominant and feared from the nose tackle position."

Predicting the Winner of the New York Jets’ Biggest Training-Camp Battles by Erik Frenz (Bleacher Report)

"Ultimately, though, their actual level of competitiveness will depend on the kind of performance they get at the quarterback position—which has been the shakiest position on the roster for years and appears to once again be the shakiest position on the roster in 2015."

Jets don’t have a chance to win AFC East (or so says one prediction of their 2015 season) by Darryl Slater (

"Look, with the Patriots still going strong, it is reasonable to say the Jets probably won’t win the AFC East — and that they’re hoping for a wildcard spot in the playoffs. But 5-11 is a very pessimistic projection for their season."

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