Aaron Glenn: Speed And Consistency
Sometimes in sports there is one season, one game or in this case one play that captures the hearts of a fan, and they become loyal to that team forever. Because my wife’s family is from Boston, our household was split between teams from New York and New England. For my middle child, my…Read More
Curtis Martin: The Running Back Pro’s Pro
The NFL draft is a science that has more luck than team’s admit. For every Ryan Leaf, JaMarcus Russel and Tim Couch that did not work out in the first round, there is a Tom Brady, Shannon Sharpe and Dak Prescott all who made it through at least the third round without hearing their…Read More
Nick Mangold: Effort and Consistency
A number of years ago I was at the Jets facility at Florham Park, NJ attending one of their open practices. When the Jets team broke into position play, I gravitated to watch the offensive linemen. I normally do this because of my experience playing the position and because this group was closest to…Read More
Chad Pennington: Injuries Derailed Potential
In sports, too many times we see elite athletes who were never able to fulfill their potential because of injuries, drugs and other factors. Chad Pennington was one of my favorite all time Jets who could have been better if not for the injuries he suffered, one on top of another. He was…Read More
Shaun Ellis: Defensive Line Reliability!
When you think of Jets defensive linemen of the past and sacks, Mark Gastineau, Joe Klecko and John Abraham are probably the first ones that come to mind for long time Jets fans. If you look closer, Shaun Ellis is one of those players who produced consistently but might not have been as appreciated. With…Read More
NY Jets Lance Mehl: Small Sample Size, Huge Effort!
Lance Mehl played eight seasons for the New York Jets. As what seems to happen with many Jets, when there is a good one, there is always something that curtails possible greatness. In this case it was a barrage of injuries. Two of the best games Mehl played before his injuries stand out to…Read More
Schupak’s Final Draft Big Board Top 51
The cream rises to the top as Kyle Hamilton moves back up into the top 3 after dropping the last four weeks. In what I consider a weak WR class, Jameson Williams and Garrett Williams crack the top 10 with teams trying to delay paying WR1 the inflated prices that have exploded in the NFL.…Read More
Top 3 Draft Prospects By Position
I don’t know about you but I’m “mocked” out. I can’t look at another mock draft, hear about a Deebo Samuel trade or listen to another so called expert tell us why Kayvon Thibodeaux is slipping. I can’t take it anymore. Bring on the draft already! But because I drink the Kool Aid everyday, here…Read More
NY Jets Bill Baird: A Solid Piece of a Great Defense!
Before Darrelle Revis, Aaron Glenn and Antonio Cromartie, there was a Jets player who played both cornerback and safety, who had a nose for the interception. Bill Baird only started 80 games in his Jets career (playing 98 total games) but had 34 interceptions, two of which were returned for touchdowns. His 34 is still…Read More
Schupak’s Draft Prospects Top 51, 3.0
Two players dropped out of my top 51 prospects list, quarterback Sam Howell and cornerback Deion Kendrick. Listening to Chris Simms, I drank some of his Kool Aid with his wide receiver rankings, though I don’t think the two Buckeyes (Wilson & Olave) are as overrated as he thinks. I moved Travon Walker up based…Read More