Coffee with the New York Jets: Could less be more?


Grab a hot cup of coffee and enjoy some excellent reading material on the New York Jets from across the internet. In this edition, articles on who got game balls from the Jets big win over the Cleveland Browns, how the Jets executed well with clock-management and why Leonard Williams plans to lose a little more weight. Enjoy!

Can less-is-more approach lead to more points for Jets? by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"Obviously, Gailey’s offense requires thinking, but you get the idea. In the salary-cap era of the NFL, in which players are constantly changing teams, it makes sense to have a system that can be absorbed quickly."

How the Jets handle clock-management situations by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"Clock management isn’t easy. At times, complex decisions have to be made instantaneously in the heat of battle, which is why many coaches rely on a staff member"

Jets-Browns: Game Balls by Eric Allen (

"Wilkerson, who finished with five tackles and one sack, helped the Green & White post a shutout in the second half. The defense limited the Browns to just 112 yards while racking up three sacks and collecting three takeaways over the game’s final 30 minutes."

Leonard Williams realizes he’s out of shape after Jets debut by Brian Costello (New York Post)

"“I don’t feel like I played to my best abilities to be honest,” Williams said. “I think part of it is just conditioning. I feel like in college we did a lot of conditioning. It’s kind of like up to myself now to take care of that on my own like after practice.”"

Jets move from punching bag to angry, powerful juggernaut by Mark Cannizaro (New York Post)

"And they’re right: The Jets can be much better, and they’ll have to be much better Monday night against the Colts in Indianapolis than they were against the offensively challenged Browns."

Injuries to Two Jets Are Not as Devastating as First Feared by Tom Pedulla (New York Times)

"Tests showed Mauldin had a concussion after he escaped what initially appeared to be a catastrophic injury, and he was released from Mount Sinai Hospital on Monday after being held overnight for observation. A magnetic resonance imaging exam showed that Cromartie, a four-time Pro Bowl performer, had a sprained left knee, not a torn anterior cruciate ligament, as feared."

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