Coffee with the New York Jets: 2017 schedule coming out tonight
Enjoy your afternoon cup of coffee with the latest articles on the New York Jets. The 2017 NFL schedule will be out, later on, tonight, which will bring smiles to the faces of football fans across the globe.
Later on tonight, the 2017 NFL schedule will be released to the masses to kickstart the final seven days until the NFL Draft. For the New York Jets, they will undoubtedly have a tough slate of opponents but as always, anything can happen in the grand scheme of things. Enjoy some of the latest articles on the Jets as this is great reading material to enjoy over a hot cup of French Vanilla coffee.
In an article written by Parker Hurley of FanSided, he breaks down all the opponents the Jets will face both at home and away this upcoming season. This will also be a place, besides The Jet Press, that will have the entire schedule posted once it becomes available later on tonight. Needless to say, the Jets are in for a rough season but here’s hoping it’s not as bad as we all think it’ll be.
In an article written by Alan Schechter of NFL Spin Zone, he wrote about why the Jets need to have a real quarterback competition this summer. In the past, they would give the starting quarterback position to the player they thought would be best when it turned out they didn’t earn such a title. If the Jets want to rebuild the right way, it’s important they have a competition and give the starting spot to the best player that gives them the opportunity to win football games.
More from The Jet Press
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- NY Jets reportedly non-tendering linebacker Harvey Langi
- NY Jets: Why the team should not cut Jamison Crowder
- NY Jets should try to sign Kenny Golladay in free agency
In an article written by John B of Gang Green Nation, he wrote about the latest rumors between the Jets and Cleveland Browns possibly trading draft picks. This would benefit both teams if such a trade happened but again, hard to tell what will exactly go down once draft day is here. If the Browns want their future franchise quarterback, this might be their only way to land one and well, the Jets could use even more draft picks for their rebuilding phase.
Finally, in an article written by Rich Cimini of ESPN, he breaks down why cornerback Marshon Lattimore would be a solid pick in this year’s draft but they can’t afford another Dee Milliner situation. It’s eerily the same pre-draft situation as Milliner drew such great hype before he was drafted by the Jets but also had a rep as being injury-prone, just like Lattimore. The Jets need help bad in their defensive secondary but hopefully, they’ve done all their necessary homework to do what is best for the future of this franchise.