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New York Jets Flight Connections 6/27/21

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Good morning, Gang Green Nation! After the Jets added Morgan Moses to the roster, some Jets fans are downright giddy about the offense. While the offense looks to be much improved from the abomination of the last two years, we might want to slow our roll on some of the “this offense is gonna be scary good” recent takes. The offensive line does not have a single player who has ever earned Pro Bowl honors. The tight end room is one of the worst in the NFL. The running backs are a motley collection of rookies and castoffs. The quarterback is a rookie. The receivers, while significantly improved, lack top end talent, and the team appears to be leaning towards starting Keelan Cole on the outside, a journeyman receiver who has never flashed big time talent. In short, while Jets fans are rightfully gleeful at the improvements, on paper there is still a big gap between the talent on the Jets offense and the talent on the top offenses around the league. Opposing defensive coordinators are probably not quaking in their boots, wondering how the heck to stop this Jets offensive juggernaut. Still, it’s nice to see real progress.

Here are your links to the Jets this glorious Sunday in June:

DJ Bien-Aime II - 4 things to watch as Jets try to fix their offense

DJ Bien-Aime II - Jets add Washington RT Morgan Moses

DJ Bien-Aime II - Jets making Denzel Mims earn starting role

Marty Schupak - NY Jets Won’t Be Leverage For The NFL Anymore!

Michael Golden - NY Jets: Breaking down newly-signed OT Morgan Moses

Tyler Calvaruso - 2021 NFL Free Agency: Analysis of Jets signing OT Morgan Moses

Geoff Magliocchetti - New York Jets: 3 aftershocks from the Morgan Moses signing

Michael Obermuller - Jets’ Next Moves After Morgan Moses Deal

Justin Fried - NY Jets: Elijah Moore 'already looks like a draft-day steal'

Tyler Greenawalt - Could Jets throwback jerseys return under new NFL rule?

Tyler Greenawalt - Mekhi Becton, Quinnen Williams named to Around the NFL’s All-Under-25 team

Michael Obermuller - Jets C.J. Mosley Should Excel in Fred Warner Role of 4-3

Paul A. Esden Jr. - Former Rutgers Star Ready To Take Advantage of Rare Opportunity With Jets

Ben Cooper - Two hidden gems on the New York Jets 2021 NFL roster

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

Enjoy the day everybody.


Who will have more receptions for the Jets this season, Tyler Kroft or Chris Herndon?

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