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The NY Jets will look to help their passing game on Draft Day.
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Sitting with the sixth pick in the NFL Draft are the NY Jets coming off a 4-12 season. The Jets can’t be happy with their quarterback situation, as both Kellen Clemens and Chad Pennington were ineffective. Pennington is coming off two shoulder surgery’s in recent years and questions will always remain about his arm strength and his poor ability to throw the deep ball. The organization may have given up on Pennington as Clemens was heralded as their quarterback of the future. The question is do the Jets want to risk that precious first round selection on a weak crop of quarterbacks?? It’s doubtful so they will look at a wide receiver to help their passing game. The Jets will go wide out in the first round and a really talented one will be available to them in 6’ 3 3/4 inch Malcolm Kelly from Oklahoma. Kelly is big, strong and athletic and will give the Jets a nice target to throw to for passing touchdowns in the red zone. Kelly finished his college career at Oklahoma ranked #2 in the program in TD catches with 21 and receiving yards with 2285 in his career. Ranked #2 in the program is impressive but what’s even more impressive is he did this while skipping his senior year of college. Jet fans you are getting a good one here. With the 6th pick in the NFL Draft Gamblers Television projects the NY Jets will select Malcolm Kelly, Wide Receiver from Oklahoma.
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2007 was a very disappointing season for the NY Jets. They finished the year 4-12 and near the bottom in passing, scoring and red zone efficiency. The quarterback position was unstable with Chad Pennington and Kellen Clemens not playing well. The team invested a great deal of money on free agent acquisitions to improve their offensive line and defense. Oddsmakers have set the NY Jets season win total at 7 ½ wins.
When you handicap season win totals you must, I mean must look at the schedule.
The Jets play in the AFC East with two games home and away against New England, Buffalo and Miami. The Jets went 2-4 against the division last year sweeping Miami. It might be a little tougher pulling the sweep against Miami this season but they could win at home against Buffalo. They play all the teams from the NFC West this season but got a little unlucky having to face the worst team from that division the 49’ers on the road. They have a Monday Night game at San Diego and must travel back to host Arizona in 5 days because it will be Tuesday morning once the Jets land back in New York. They drew the AFC West with tough games against the Chargers and Broncos but the Raiders in Oakland. They will beat KC at home.
There is no clear favorite as training camp approaches at the quarterback position. Neither Chad Pennington nor Kellen Clemens did enough during mini camps to win the job outright. The problem with the Jets offense is they don’t throw deep and their receivers lack size. You need a big play threat in your passing game and with Pennington and his lack of arm strength it really limits them. There is no doubt the Jets will block better for him with their upgraded line. But you still have to make the throw.
Running back Thomas Jones will need to find the form he had with the Bears. The team was 26th in the NFL in total rushing yards per game posting up a 94.8 average. There is no doubt this team will run better with better blocking this season and the Jets will have more manageable down and distance on 2nd and 3rd down plays. This offense will be ball control and will limit possessions for the other team. They can move the ball down field but once they get in the red zone and the field gets shorter what happens? Again your quarterback is going to have to make a throw around defenders and the Jets will most likely settle for field goals because they lack size in their receiving corp.
The Jets had trouble getting a pass rush last season and after witnessing what pressure on Tom Brady can do to the Patriots during the Super Bowl the Jets made strides in improving that category. The linebacker positioned improved with the free agent acquisition of Calvin Pace and 1st round pick Vernon Gholston is being converted to linebacker in the Jets 3-4 defense. Pace and Gholston can put pressure on opposing quarterbacks. But when you run a 3-4 your defensive lineman better be good pass rushers. Pass rushing will be another shortcoming for this unit but it will do a better job against the run. The Jets acquired Kris Jenkins from Carolina but he has to adjust to an entire new scheme with the Jets at nose tackle. Without an improvement from the D line getting to the quarterback it will leave a young secondary vulnerable against big plays against them.
And now to my Selection:
The Jets will be an improved team over their 4-12 season. But their offensive shortcomings means that the lesser teams on their schedule will be within striking distance in the 4th quarter. Look for them to pull off some upsets this season and win outright has huge dogs. They could turn a nice profit for bettors betting them on the money line as underdogs getting back huge odds. But I can’t find 8 wins on their schedule this season. Even though it’s a favorable schedule the schedule has been adjusted in the betting line. Betting the Jets to break even or better in 2008 is a bad one.
Play NY Jets Under 7 ½ wins for the 2008 season.
Selection: Under 7 ½ wins in 2008 Regular Season.
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Staggered arm push-ups have long been an exercise which shows extreme fitness.
It takes tremendous core, shoulder and arm strength to perform 1 arm pushups.
This is a version of crocodile or alligator or whatever you want to call them, staggered grip push-ups.
Position yourself on the floor in pushup position. Put one arm forward and the other arm a little lower than your normal push-ups position.
You want to use your arm which is back and close to your body as much as possible.
Try to put as little weight on your upper hand as possible. You can even put your fingers on the ground instead of your palm.
Perform as many reps as you want for 1/2 a set and then do the other side.
Try to place as little weight on your upper hand as possible each time you do this exercise.
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Develop arm strength and inner balance by doing Kakasana, the Yoga Asana "Crow". Commented by Sukadev, demonstrated by Narendra of Yoga Vidya Ashram Germany, http://yoga-vidya.org/en .
Push Up on the Stability Ball is a variation of the original Pilates exercise Push Up. Depending on the placement of the ball, push ups on the ball can be easier on the lower back than regular push ups, which is a great way to increase core strength. All versions of push ups on the ball challenge the shoulder girdle stabilizers and help increase arm strength. You will strengthen your core and your arms safely and effectively!
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Heisman Trophy winner and BCS National Champion Cam Newton has announced he will enter the 2011 NFL draft. Newton, who helped lead the Auburn Tigers to a National title, is rated as one of the top quarterbacks in the draft, but some are speculating whether his talents will translate to the NFL....
Newton has received praise for his natural athleticism, leadership skills and overall ability as a player. But ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper says, he isn’t without his flaws.
“The BCS title game did bring to light some flaws and Cam Newton projecting into the NFL. The inaccuracy on the throw, the short throw -- this could have been a touchdown. The overthrow on the deep ball that could have put that game out of reach, the interception as well. Again red flags for Cam Newton in that game. Now he does have ideal size, a great arm, mobility all of that, but I think he is a developmental quarterback. If they need him to be the guy right away, don’t draft Cam Newton. If you have time to develop him, he could be the right man for the job two or three years down the road.”
A writer for sports blog Mocking the Draft says, love him or hate him....
“Cam Newton will be the most polarizing player in the 2011 NFL Draft...Newton is a rare talent. With his size, athleticism and arm strength, Newton has more potential than any player in this year's draft. That alone will get him picked in the first round...But his negatives may scare some teams off completely. Newton will have to greatly refine all of his mechanical flaws if he wants to succeed in the pros.”
On FanHouse, former NFL player LeCharles Bentley says critics be damned.
“He loves the game, he has what you call the intangible facet to him as a football player, and more importantly as a quarterback. Now as far as his ability as a quarterback right now, everything that he doesn’t have he can learn. He can learn how to read coverages, he can learn how to take snaps from under the center, he can learn how to do those things. His throwing mechanics, you can improve on those."
And a blogger for CBS Sports says, he’s not sure if Newton will be a great pro, but says the quarterback is already in better shape than some other high-profile first round picks.
“I will say this: I think he's a better passer than both Vince Young and Tim Tebow were coming out of college. Some will say that's not hard to do, but both were first-round picks. Should Newton be a first-round pick? Time will tell.”
So what do you think? Is Cam Newton ready for the NFL?
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Power Glove review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow hardware review of the Power Glove for NES. It's so bad. There. Ever since 1989, every mention of the Power Glove has had to include those words. Now that we're past references to easily-forgettable Fred Savage movies, we can talk about one of the first motion-control peripherals. It's... it's really weird, man. But, unlike the unreliable U-Force, the Power Glove actually works as advertised. Your own arm strength and stamina might falter, but if you've got the guts to win the glory, this thing will be right there with you. Unless you're playing something incredibly complex like Kirby, in which case you're kinda hosed. This video review features video gameplay footage of Super Mario Bros., Paperboy, Solomon's Key, Kirby's Adventure, and Nintendo World Cup for NES, played with the Power Glove, and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
Steve Beuerlein discusses Peyton Manning's lack of arm strength in the Broncos 34-31 overtime loss to the Patriots.
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See how Pitcher China McCarney builds arm health, strength, velocity, endurance and improved recovery period as he goes through the Jaeger Sports Long Toss Throwing Program for baseball players. This throwing pChina goes out as far as 360 feet, and his velocity hit's 97 mph on the radar gun. This is the jaeger sports approach toward how to long toss correctly, and how to develop arm health, arm strength, arm endurance and improved recovery period. This program is not just for pitching. It is for anyone who wants to address the health, strength and endurance of their arm.
Lifting weights to get bigger biceps. Learn how to increase arm strength and size in the biceps with weightlifting exercises in this video.