Jonas Schwartz and Willie Colon are back for the final episode of the season as the guys welcome WFAN radio personality and huge Jets fan Joe Benigno to the show for his take on the 2017 Jets. It gets heated as Colon and Benigno debate the warrants of Todd Bowles’ coaching ability, and if he deserved to be retained after another losing season.
Jonas Schwartz and Willie Colon are finally ready to see who the Jets select in this year’s NFL Draft! Will it be Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen, Baker Mayfield, or Josh Allen? To get their answer, they welcome NFL Network’s Peter Schrager to the show for his take on each quarterback, and discuss why Rosen is the guy and why Mayfield is mostly definitely not.
Jonas Schwartz and Willie Colon discuss Mike Maccagnan’s surprising trade that sent the Jets up the draft board to #3. The guys debate whether the move was a wise one, and react to last week's biggest free agent signings. Later, Connor Hughes of The Athletic joins the show to talk about the trade and what offensive weapons the team will have heading into next season.
With only 2 weeks left in the season, Jonas Schwartz and Willie Colon finally welcome SNY Jets analyst Ray Lucas to the studio for his first appearance on The Jet Stream podcast. The guys discuss the ups and downs of Bryce Petty’s first career start and the future of Muhammad Wilkerson. Later, Rich Cimini of ESPN joins the show to discuss Petty, Christian Hackenberg, and the job status of Todd Bowles.
Jonas Schwartz and Willie Colon are ready to open their present that is the #3 pick in the NFL Draft. The guys discuss the possibility of the Jets trading up, yet again, and the crazy idea of selecting a non-QB (can someone say Bradley Chubb) with the 3rd overall selection. Plus, former NFL QB Dan Orlovsky calls in to give his insight into the top four quarterbacks.
Jonas Schwartz and Willie Colon are all in on the quarterbacks and all out on Ndamukong Suh. The guys chat with ESPN's Rich Cimini about Robbie Anderson's attitude and the need for a defensive end. Later, Bucky Brooks of the NFL Network calls in to talk about Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen, Baker Mayfield, and Josh Allen.
Jonas Schwartz and Willie Colon are fully in NFL Draft mode. The guys discuss Jim Mora's recent comments on Josh Rosen and the news surrounding Baker Mayfield's notes on negative comments from the media. Later, SNY NFL Insider Ralph Vacchiano joins the show to reveal his latest mini mock draft.
From Willie Colon's Turkey and Toys Giveaway, Jeane Coakley and Willie welcome offensive linemen James Carpenter and Wesley Johnson to the show, as well as running back Bilal Powell. The guys discuss their Thanksgiving Day plans and this week's opponent, Carolina Panthers.
Jonas Schwartz and Willie Colon are back for a special edition of The Jet Stream podcast where they take a deep dive into the Jets newest quarterback, Sam Darnold. The guys chat with Sam’s former offensive coordinator from USC, Tee Martin, about the kid’s emergence in college and how he compares to Peyton Manning. Later, Sam’s best friend and former USC teammate, Jake Russell, joins the show to discuss what he’s like off the field and his competitiveness on it.
Jonas Schwartz and Willie Colon take their deepest dive yet into the NFL Draft. They discuss the latest with the four quarterbacks, as well as look back at Willie’s draft process with the Steelers in 2006. Later, Brian Costello of the New York Post joins the show to give his take on the draft and talk about the possibility of Mike Maccagnan signing defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins.
Jonas Schwartz and Willie Colon can breathe a sigh of relief as the Jets finally have their quarterback. The guys discuss Sam Darnold, and debate when the rookie should see the field. Later, Manish Mehta of the NY Daily News calls in to offer his praise of Darnold, and discuss whether Jets fans will see their guy under center in Week 1.
Jonas Schwartz and Willie Colon look for answers as to why the Jets continue to perform poorly in the fourth quarter. The guys welcome in former Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie, and ask him how the team can turn it around late in games. Cro also discusses his time playing for both Todd Bowles and Rex Ryan, and if he'd be willing to strap on the pads one more to time to help his former team.
Jonas Schwartz and Willie Colon are back for another edition of The Jet Stream podcast, where they discuss missing out on Kirk Cousins and the possibility of signing Teddy Bridgewater. Later, the guys talk about where GM Mike Maccagnan should focus his attention as the free agency period starts.
Jonas Schwartz and Willie Colon are disappointed with another blown lead, this time to the Miami Dolphins. The guys look back at the failed fourth quarter, and ahead to this week's opponent, Atlanta Falcons. Later, Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley joins the show to discuss the team's killer instinct (or lack thereof), his not-so-fond feelings for a former Jets coordinator, and his confidence in a hypothetical foot race with Willie.
Jonas Schwartz and Willie Colon welcome SNY NFL Insider Ralph Vacchiano to the show to discuss a resurgent Jets squad. The guys look back at the win over Buffalo, the dancing defense and how that meme can be contagious for every player on the team. Later, Jonas and Willie take questions from fans on social media, and give their predictions for this week’s game against Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Jonas Schwartz and Willie Colon are back in the studio for another edition of The Jet Stream podcast, as they look back at an impressive victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. First, the guys welcome Connor Hughes of NJ.com to the show to discuss Todd Bowles’ job security and the benching of Muhammad Wilkerson. Later, Jets safety Rontez Miles calls in to talk about Bowles and his two rookie teammates Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye.
Jonas Schwartz and Willie Colon are back in the studio for another edition of The Jet Stream podcast, as they stew over another late-game collapse - this time to the Carolina Panthers. The guys also play a game trying to name the 13 QBs who have started for the Jets since Eli Manning’s first start in 2004. Plus, Brian Costello of the New York Post checks in to discuss making a switch at the QB position, the atmosphere in the locker room, and Todd Bowles’ job security.