Coffee with the New York Jets: Enter Matt Flynn?


Grab a hot cup of coffee and enjoy some great reading material on the New York Jets. In this edition, articles on Geno Smith, how Leonard Williams did in his preseason debut and if the Jets truly plan to bring in Matt Flynn as a possible backup for Ryan Fitzpatrick. Enjoy!

Geno Smith Just Can’t Get It Right for the New York Jets by Aidan Mackie (Bleacher Report)

"Smith has been given every opportunity by the New York Jets organization. He started throughout his rookie season despite immense struggles, and he remained under center for the majority of his sophomore campaign, even after he committed back-breaking turnover after back-breaking turnover."

Jets draft pick Leonard Williams thrust into limelight but struggles in preseason debut by Seth Walder (New York Daily News)

"“It was alright,” Williams said when asked about his debut. “It’s kind of hard to judge right now, because the coaches took me out after the first quarter, so I only had like three series.”"

New York Jets: What We’ve Learned Through Week 2 of Training Camp by Erik Frenz (Bleacher Report)

"It’s a shame because the Jets have put so many resources into overhauling their team for Todd Bowles’ era as head coach. This incident doesn’t necessarily spell the downfall of the Jets before they’ve ever had a chance to rise up."

Same old Jets? Todd Bowles abruptly facing calamitous culture by Judy Battista (

"It was not entirely surprising that Smith was reportedly behaving childishly in pointing a finger at a backup linebacker’s face while declining to simply pay up a relative pittance of a debt."

Matt Flynn: Latest News, Rumors, Speculation Surrounding Free-Agent QB by Mike Chiari (Bleacher Report)

"According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, New York will work out Flynn on Friday at training camp to see if he is a fit. That report has since been backed up by Dom Cosentino of NJ Advance Media."

What Jets revealed about their offense in first look by Brian Costello (New York Post)

"A big part of that was the offensive line, the only group to get praise from coach Todd Bowles after the game. The Jets had the No. 3 rushing offense in the NFL last year, so it should not be surprising to see this unit do well."

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