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Gang's All Here is the premier New York Jets football podcast as only the New York Post sports section can create. Our Jets beat writer Brian Costello brings you unparalleled access, reporting and scoops directly from the field and the locker room, along with co-host and media personality Jake Brown. Costello and Brown will be joined by players and other special guests each and every episode. The podcast comes at you twice a week.

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Gang's All Here is the premier New York Jets football podcast as only the New York Post sports section can create. Our Jets beat writer Brian Costello brings you unparalleled access, reporting and scoops directly from the field and the locker room, along with co-host and media personality Jake Brown. Costello and Brown will be joined by players and other special guests each and every episode. The podcast comes at you twice a week.

    Evaluating Jets' Draft Picks feat. Kim Jones

    Evaluating Jets' Draft Picks feat. Kim Jones

    Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show talking about the Jets drafting QB Zach Wilson and his future as the franchise QB. They also discuss what else GM Joe Douglas did in the draft, the depth on the roster and what else this team may need to add in the offseason. NFL Network insider Kim Jones then joins the show. Jones talks about what the Jets have in Wilson, the job Douglas did, Michael Carter and whether the Jets could add Richard Sherman and more help at cornerback.
     
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    Jets NFL Draft Preview feat. Joe Benigno

    Jets NFL Draft Preview feat. Joe Benigno

    Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show talking about the Sam Darnold trade, before getting into the Jets future at QB with Zach Wilson likely being selected with the second pick. They discuss Wilson’s outlook, who the Jets might take with the 23rd pick and what positions they might target with the remainder of their picks. Former WFAN personality and rabid Jets fan Joe Benigno then joins the show. Benigno talks about his retirement, the Mets, Robert Saleh, Darnold, Wilson, draft picks, free agency, the Jets future and what he would have done if he wasn’t a radio host.
     
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    Grading Jets' Free Agency feat. Damien Woody

    Grading Jets' Free Agency feat. Damien Woody

    Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show diving into Joe Douglas’ approach in free agency and how the Jets did. They break down the Corey Davis and Carl Lawson signings, the other 10 players the Jets added, what the roster looks like now, what positions they still need to address and what ends up happening at QB. Former Jets offensive lineman and ESPN personality Damien Woody then joins the show. Woody talks about the Jets signings, the offensive line, Robert Saleh’s impact, the QB situation and holes on the roster.
     
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    What are Jets' Free Agency Plans?

    What are Jets' Free Agency Plans?

    Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show getting into the quarterback situation, whether the Jets should trade for Deshaun Watson and what it might take to get him. Do the Jets draft a QB or do they keep Sam Darnold for another year? What could the Jets get in a trade for Darnold? They then dive into the cap situation for the Jets, Joe Douglas’ offseason plans and what free agents they might go after. They wrap up the show talking about Cam Newton re-signing with the Patriots and Tom Brady getting a contract extension with the Bucs.
     
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    Episode 63: What does Robert Saleh bring to the Jets?

    Episode 63: What does Robert Saleh bring to the Jets?

    Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show talking about the Jets hiring of Robert Saleh as their new head coach. They discuss his enthusiasm and CEO-type style, what he did with the 49ers as defensive coordinator, what he brings to the Jets, what others around the league are saying about him, the five-year contract he’s getting, the other options the Jets were considering, his coaching staff and where the Jets may go at quarterback. NY Post football columnist Mark Cannizzaro then drops by to react to the Saleh hire and get into why the Jets could end up going with Sam Darnold for another year at QB.

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    Episode 62: Who Replaces Adam Gase?

    Episode 62: Who Replaces Adam Gase?

    Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show talking about the firing of Jets head coach Adam Gase. They get into the 9-23 record, the offense being the worst in the NFL, Sam Darnold's regression and the search for a new head coach. Who will be some of the top candidates? They get into the loss to the Patriots, the 2-14 season, QB options moving forward and the good, bad and ugly to take into the offseason. Longtime NY Post football columnist Mark Cannizzaro then joins the show. Cannizzaro talks about Gase being up there with Rich Kotite as the worst Jets head coach ever, what went wrong, priorities in the next head coach and if Matthew Stafford would be an intriguing QB choice.

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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
91 Ratings

91 Ratings

Aaron Jerdge ,

Must listen for jets fans

Honest opinions and analysis. This is my go to for my favorite team.

The Melancholic ,

Disappointing

Just listened to draft analysis. And these guys are just lazy. They parrot the same tripe that spews out of ESPN all day. If you’re going to be a football team analyst your should study the actual traits that make players at each position good. If they did that they would understand that Sam darnold had serious flaws in his technique that needed to be corrected. The old jets coaching staff failed completely to address them. Zach does not have most of these flaws. But Costello’s analysis? Zach played a soft schedule and he is a small 6 foot 2 and 215 pounds...
What about his accuracy? Arm angles? Release time? Footwork? What is the outlook for the team according to these clowns ...maybe 2 more wins. How about some rationale for such a statement? Four wins would be a complete failure . Sure, it’s doubtful they become a playoff team, but four wins?
In fact, last year the jets had one of if not the toughest schedule in the league... chances are this year won’t be nearly as bad.
Last year the jets had the nfl all time most injuries. I mean it was pathetic... so The jets went out and fired their medical and training staff and built a world class team of docs and trainers. This is something these idiots hardly ever mention...but it is critical.
Last year, the jets were missing their best player from COVID opt out . This year mosely is back.
Last year they had holes all over their roster and no depth even before the injuries. This year they filled at least 6 or seven of those holes and added tons of depth.
And finally according to everyone with eyes, the jets coaching last year was horrible - to the point players were looking to get out. All
indications are that the new coaching staff is a big upgrade. To the point where players want to come to the jets!
So all this translates to 2 more wins? Last year the jets actually played competitively in many games down the stretch , much to our chagrin, and probably would have had 2 more wins with just competent coaching!
I remember during the draft day three interviews the jets press couldn’t understand that the safeties they had drafted would be used as linebackers when a casual perusal of Saleh defenses would have made this clear...
Cmon do your job...

Tom Nolan - Princeton NJ ,

Great show for Jets fans!

Really enjoyable, a “must listen” if you’re a Jets fan. Great analysis and understanding of what it means to be a fan of this painful team. Recent interview with Joe Beningo was particularly enjoyable. Highly recommended.

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