Coffee with the New York Jets: How will they do in 2015?


Grab a hot cup of coffee and enjoy some great reading material on the New York Jets from across the web. In this edition, articles on how media outlets think the Jets will do this upcoming season, another defensive end signed to the practice squad and a look at the best highlights from preseason football. Enjoy!

2015 New York Jets game-by-game predictions by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"The Jets couldn’t have handpicked a better opponent to start the era. This is one of the few Sundays in which they won’t be at a disadvantage at the quarterback position. The Browns don’t have any receivers either, which should allow & Co. to dominate. Todd Bowles Darrelle Revis"

2015 season preview: No. 26 New York Jets by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"Losing your starting quarterback a week into camp might be the single worst way to start a season, but the Jets actually stand to come out ahead. Stepping in while recovers from a broken jaw is , who is better than his 25-41 record as a starter over the past five seasons would indicate. Geno Smith Ryan Fitzpatrick"

Jets Sign DE Mike Catapano to Practice Squad by Randy Lange (

"Catapano (6’4″, 290) is a Long Island native, having grown up in Bayville and played high school ball Chaminade in Mineola. He went to Princeton where he earned Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year honors in 2012 and played in the 2013 East-West Shrine Game."

ICYMI: Top 10 Highlights of the Preseason by Jackie Lovett (

"From offense to defense and from first-year Jets to seasoned NFL vets, the Green & White made this preseason one to remember. With just days to go before the regular-season opener against the Cleveland Browns, let’s take a moment to reminisce upon our 10 favorite preseason moments from the past four weeks."

The stunning omission from Mike Maccagnan’s Jets fixes by Brian Costello (New York Post)

"New Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan has had quite an offseason in the job, rebuilding the Jets roster and re-energizing the fan base. But there remains one thing missing, and it is stunning at this late date: does not have a long-term contract. Muhammad Wilkerson"

The QB primer to Geno Smith becoming the Jets’ true leader by Steve Serby (New York Post)

"Geno Smith met the media Monday, and virtually nothing he said really mattered. Because if he has any chance, this last New York chance, this Jawshank Redemption, to resurrect his career here, he needs his actions to speak louder than his words."

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