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FutureStarrIs Mike White in the Hall of Fame?
During his tenure with the New York Jets, Mike White has established himself as one of the top quarterbacks in the NFL. He has led the Jets to victories and he has also compiled a record of 11 games started. His career has also seen him pass for over 2,000 yards and pass for a touchdown.
Despite his recent inconsistency, Mike White has established himself as a fan favorite. He was recently drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the fifth round of the 2018 NFL Draft. He had a terrific debut in his first NFL start, and he could be a valuable player in deeper one-quarterback leagues.
The Jets were able to snap a five-game losing streak against the Bears by beating them 31-10. The Jets scored 466 yards in the rain. White completed 22 of 28 passes for 315 yards and three touchdowns. He also rushed for two yards on three attempts.
White's career highlights include eight consecutive 300-yard passing games. He also set an all-time record at WKU with 161 passes without an interception. He was named All-American as a junior and was named Louisville Slugger All-American. He also earned second team All-Region honors.
His career highlights also include an invitation to the Senior Bowl. He was also a semifinalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility. His streak of eight 300-yard passing games ended in Week 13 against Georgia State.
As a true sophomore, White started 10 games. In his first season, he completed 93 of 175 passes for 1,083 yards. His 37-efficiency rating in a road win against Guerreros was the best of his career. He also threw an eight-yard touchdown pass to Garrett Wilson.
White is expected to be named the starter for the Jets for the foreseeable future. But the Jets are still not sure whether Zach Wilson is the long-term answer at QB. He has not been told whether he will start this week. White is in the lineup for the Jets' Week 13 game against the Vikings. However, the Jets have not ruled out the possibility that he may be benched.
White led Ole Miss to the SEC West title in 2007 and 2010 and made four trips to the NIT. He finished his college career with 4,177 yards and 648 completions. He was also a two-time AP All-American. He was named the C-USA Sixth Man of the Year in 2014. He also earned first-team all-Broward honors from the Miami Herald as a pitcher.
During his first career start, New York Jets quarterback Mike White became the second quarterback in NFL history to throw for at least 400 yards. In addition to his 405 yards and three touchdowns, he also set an NFL record with 37 completions in his debut.
His debut came on the heels of Zach Wilson's injury, which forced White into the starting role. In fact, White completed seven of the first 11 passes against the Colts. White then injured his right forearm in the loss. After that, White was benched. However, he has not taken a regular season game since.
White's Week 8 performance has already earned him AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors. In addition, his 37 completions rank as the third-best performance in franchise history, and his total of 405 yards is the 10th-best in team history. His 466 yards in the rain is also the fifth-best performance in franchise history, and his 100.0+ passer rating is the fifth-best.
Mike White's performance has boosted his draft stock. He spent two seasons at Western Kentucky, and his impressive seasons in C-USA have played a major role in his rise in the draft. As a result, he was picked in the fifth round by the Dallas Cowboys in 2011.
While White's performance isn't a surprise, it's still impressive, given the fact that he was playing for a team that is in the midst of a rebuilding process. He also compiled impressive stats despite sitting out in the second half of games.
Mike White's performance was also a storybook debut. In fact, it was the first NFL start in 2021. The game ball, along with White's jersey, is now on display at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
Mike White's performance has gotten some buzz online, and he's become a fan favorite. After all, he went from a little-known backup quarterback to superstar in a matter of a week. In addition, his performance has also helped boost his standing in the NFL, as he joins exclusive clubs.
As a result, his performance is already the talk of the NFL. He's been called the greatest quarterback of all time, and Wikipedia edits have referred to him as the "future Hall of Fame quarterback."
The Jets are confident in the growth of White, and he'll start Thursday night against the Colts. The Jets hope that White can spark their offense, which has been stagnant for the past five games.
During his first career start, New York Jets quarterback Mike White set an NFL record for most completions in a debut. In the Jets' 34-31 win over the Cincinnati Bengals last Sunday, White completed 37 of 45 passes for 405 yards and three touchdowns. He also threw for two interceptions. Afterward, White earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors. White also earned the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Frank Morsani Leadership Award.
White's performance was not only historic, it also broke the Jets' franchise record for completions in a debut, which was previously held by Vinny Testaverde. White also set an NFL record for most attempts in a debut, which was previously held, by Cam Newton.
White also broke the Jets' record for yards in a debut, which was previously held, in part, by Peyton Manning. He also set the team's record for touchdowns in a debut, which was previously set by Drew Brees.
White finished his career with 4,177 passing yards. He also finished fourth in NFL history for completions in a debut, behind only Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers, and Tom Brady. He also holds the NFL record for completion percentage in a debut, which he set during Week 8 against the Chicago Bears. In addition, White became the first player in NFL history to record a perfect passer rating in a debut, which he did.
White is currently in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, where he is on display along with his game ball. He is also a member of the Pro Football Today Gallery. He has also earned all four rings, and has become a fan favorite.
During his time in the NFL, White has also broken the Jets' record for attempts, completions, and touchdowns in a debut. He is also one of two quarterbacks to pass for 400 or more yards in his first career start, joining Cam Newton.
He will get another chance to break the record in Week 9, when the Jets play the Colts in Indianapolis. After this week, White's passing yards will be in the Hall of Fame, along with his record for touchdowns in a debut.
Despite being a rookie, Mike White's record through 11 games in the Hall of Fame is already impressive. His 405 yards passing are only surpassed by two quarterbacks, Cam Newton and Vinny Testaverde. His 37 completions are the most of any quarterback in his first NFL start. And he finished with a passer rating of 107.9.
White was picked fifth overall by the Dallas Cowboys in the 2018 draft. He made his first career start last week against the Cincinnati Bengals, and he threw for 405 yards and three touchdowns. His three touchdowns are tied for the most of any quarterback in his first career start.
The 405 yards are also the second-most passing yards in a player's first career start since 1950. Cam Newton passed for 422 yards in his debut with the Carolina Panthers in 2011, and Vinny Testaverde threw for 481 yards in his first career start with the Jets on Christmas Eve 2000.
The Jets have a lot to be grateful for in this season. Their record is 9-2, their best through 11 games since 2010. They were also able to win their first game against a team ranked in the top four of the AFC, and they're scheduled to play the Colts in Indianapolis on Thursday night.
Mike White has been a cult hero since his sterling first NFL start against the Bengals last year. After that, he became a popular figure, and had fans everywhere yelling at him. This year, his record is generating a lot of buzz on social media. He's a guy who wants to be the best quarterback of all time.
The Jets haven't had a decision made about who will start the Colts game, and that could change. White will have a chance to shine in the end of the season. If he is able to do so, he will become the fifth quarterback in NFL history to record multiple games with 300+ passing yards. He also became the fifth quarterback to have at least two games with 400+ passing yards in his debut.
During the Jets' victory over the Patriots on Sunday, Mike White said he felt that the team won "as a complete team." He spoke about how he felt in terms of the game as a whole, not just the win. He also spoke about how he felt about his teammates.
Despite a shaky start, the Jets' offense was on point in Week 12 against the Bears. It was their most productive offensive day of the season. Combined, they totaled 466 yards and scored 34 points.
The Jets' first drive went nine plays, 75 yards. It climaxed with White's 8-yard touchdown pass to Garrett Wilson. The Jets' first quarter of play included 14 passes for 69 yards. This was the first time this season the Jets scored a touchdown in the first quarter.
White completed three touchdown passes. He also threw a pair of interceptions. While he wasn't perfect, White was comfortable in the pocket. He only got sacked once. He also was able to use subtle movements in the pocket to avoid pressure.
White finished the game with a 149.3 passer rating, his highest since Geno Smith's perfect 158.3 rating in 2014. The Jets had a franchise-high 466 yards on the ground. They also got 14 carries for 69 yards from Zonovan Knight.
Mike White completed 13 of 15 passes for 241 yards. He also had three touchdowns and was fourth in the NFL in passer rating this week. The Jets are now 7-4. They are in the final AFC playoff spot. They will travel to Minnesota next week.
The Jets are now one game behind the Patriots for the division lead. They are in position to make the playoffs, but they have a lot of work to do. They will have to do it without Zach Wilson. They also need to improve on defense. They rank 27th in the NFL in scoring defense.
The Jets will play two more road games against playoff teams in the next four weeks. They will visit Buffalo and Minnesota. They could have a new backfield against the Vikings. If they win both games, they could finish with a 10-6 record and make the playoffs.
The Jets were able to overcome an oblique injury to quarterback Trevor Siemian and a loss by tight end Michael Carter. They also defeated the Cincinnati Bengals. The Jets beat a team that had lost three straight games.
Despite having a poor offensive performance last week, the New York Jets capped a successful season by beating the Chicago Bears 31-10 in MetLife Stadium. The win moved the Jets to 7-4 on the season and into the fourth spot in the AFC playoff race.
Mike White threw three touchdown passes, and he threw for 315 yards. In addition, the Jets had their highest scoring offensive game in years. The Jets also had their first opening-drive touchdown in the game.
The Jets' first possession started with a nine-play, 75-yard drive that ended with White throwing an 8-yard touchdown pass to Garrett Wilson. It was the first touchdown pass of the season for the Jets.
After the first quarter, Jets fans were chanting, "Mike White," in the stands. During the game, they chanted it twice in the second quarter and twice in the fourth quarter.
The Jets' offense was the star of the show, gaining 466 yards in the rain. White had a great day, completing 22 of his 28 passes for 315 yards. His stat line is impressive, but the Jets have more to prove.
The Jets also made a nice play on defense. After Bears quarterback Brandon Burrow threw an interception, Lawson made a stellar play to pick off Burrow. The Bears' defense is one of the worst in the NFL, allowing an average of 24.6 points per game. The Jets allowed two punts, but they also had a fumble, a turnover on downs and a fumble recovery.
The Jets also had a good day on defense, holding the Bears to a scoreless first quarter. The Jets also held the Bears to just 66 yards rushing. They also had a 32-yard touchdown run by Ty Johnson.
The Jets were able to get off to a good start against the Bears, but they'll need to get better in order to stay in contention for a playoff spot.
During last week's game against the New England Patriots, the Jets locker room was a different place than it was during the week before. Despite the loss, the Jets locker room was abuzz with excitement about the upcoming week and the potential impact that rookie quarterback Mike White could have on the team's playoff chances.
The Jets offense was able to move the ball effectively, despite some tough coverage and poor pass protection from the Bears' defense. White finished the game with three touchdown passes, and had a quarterback rating of 149.3. The Jets were also able to convert seven of their 12 third-down attempts.
The Jets were able to score on nine of their first 10 possessions, and the Jets offense totaled 466 yards. The Jets' opening drive was a nine-play, 75-yard drive that ended with White's 8-yard touchdown pass to Garrett Wilson.
The Jets offensive performance was also the most complete of the season. White completed 22 of his 28 pass attempts for 315 yards and three touchdowns. The Jets' offensive line was able to give White room to breathe, and the Jets were able to convert seven of their 12 third-down plays. The Jets also converted their two punts.
Mike White was able to overcome the pressure of the weather, and he was able to make the right plays when the game's pressure was on him. He had a few bad throws and made one huge mistake, but overall, he was able to make his debut as a professional quarterback look easy.
During the season, Mike White was able to become a fan favorite. Fans chanted his name every time he scored a touchdown. The fans also chanted his name after every play, even after he missed a pass. The Jets' fans were able to chant "Mike White" on Sunday, a first for the Jets.
The Jets were able to beat the Bears 31-10 on Sunday, and Mike White got the spotlight. He had three touchdown passes, and his performance was the best of the season.
The Jets are in the final AFC playoff spot, and Mike White is expected to continue to lead the team to the playoffs. While it's unlikely that he will lead the Jets to a championship, he has shown that he can be the team's hero.
Despite a dreadful performance against the New England Patriots, the Jets' offense exploded for 34 points against the Chicago Bears on Sunday. The New York team is trying to end its 11-year playoff drought. With the win, they moved one step closer to securing a playoff spot.
In the first half, the Jets' offense scored a touchdown for the first time this season. Ryan White led a nine-play, 75-yard scoring drive, which concluded with a touchdown pass to Garrett Wilson.
Elijah Moore had his first touchdown of the season in the third quarter. He also made a tremendous play to pick off Joe Burrow's pass. The Jets defense burned nearly five minutes of game time on the drive.
The Jets were averaging almost 19 points per game before Sunday, but the Bears defense was decimated by injuries. Chicago's pass defense ranks 12th in the NFL. The Jets offense relied on quick throws to playmakers. The team's pass-catchers made it easy for White to find them.
During the game, White completed 22 of 28 passes for 315 yards and three touchdowns. He also had two interceptions. However, he also completed a double-digit comeback, completing his first touchdown pass of the year with 4:43 remaining in the fourth quarter.
The Jets rolled to a 31-10 win over the Chicago Bears on Sunday, ending their scoreless streak at a whopping nine quarters. Ryan White became the first Jets quarterback to throw for more than 400 yards in 20 years, and he had three touchdown passes.
White's performance gave the Jets' offense momentum after their loss to the Patriots last week. The team's locker room is abuzz with confidence. They believe White can lead them to the playoffs.
Mike White was born on March 25, 1995. He played college football at South Florida and then transferred to Western Kentucky. He started five games as a true freshman in 2013. He was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the fifth round of the 2018 NFL draft. He was also a practice squad player for the Jets in 2014. He is not the quarterback the Jets had hoped for in the first round.
Those in NFL Fantasy Football might have heard of Mike White. He is one of the fastest quarterbacks in the league, and he is currently a viable option in single-quarterback leagues and Superflex formats. His ability to throw a perfect game makes him an intriguing option.
Those of us who watched the New York Jets beat the Chicago Bears on Sunday know that the Jets have made huge strides since their early season struggles. They are now seven-4 on the season and remain in the AFC playoff hunt. But the Jets will have to keep their heads above water if they want to make a run at the playoffs.
The Jets started off Sunday with a nine-play, 75-yard drive. After the drive, the Jets put together a 36-yard field goal attempt by Zuerlein.
The Jets defense did not look good early on. They missed tackles and allowed the Bears to score on their first two drives. The Jets were only able to convert seven of 12 third-down attempts.
The Jets were able to score two touchdowns in the second quarter. The Jets went into the half leading 17-10. But the Bears responded with a touchdown, staking a 10-7 lead.
After the Bears took the lead, the Jets took advantage of their defense. They shut out the Bears in the second half. The Jets offense was confident and looked to have fun. The Jets converted seven of twelve third-down attempts, including a pair of short passes by White.
The Jets rolled up 466 yards, which is a season high. In the first half, the Jets converted seven of 11 third-down attempts. They also threw three TD passes.
White is the second quarterback in Jets history to throw three touchdown passes in a game. He is also the fifth player in NFL history to have three or more 300-yard passing games in his first four career starts.
White threw for 315 yards, three touchdowns, and no interceptions in the Jets' 31-10 win over the Bears. He threw for the most passing yards against a defense that was 27th in scoring.
Against the Chicago Bears, Mike White was the spark that propelled the Jets to a 31-10 victory. White completed three touchdown passes in his first start since last season.
The Jets rushed for a season-high 466 yards, but the Bears had the chance to make the game interesting late in the game. The Jets' defense allowed a 33-yard catch by Darrynton Evans and a 26-yard reception by David Montgomery.
Mike White completed 22 of 28 passes for 315 yards and three touchdowns. He is the fifth player in NFL history to have two 300-yard passing games in his first four career starts. He is also the fifth player in NFL history to have three three-touchdown games in his first four career starts.
The Jets got off to a good start, with a 57-yard field goal by Greg Zuerlein in the first quarter. After the first half, the Jets took a 17-10 lead. Then the Jets poured on the offense in the third quarter. The Bears were forced to punt.
The Jets sacked Mac Jones six times, while the Bears had only one sack. But the Jets defense stepped up its game in the second half, allowing just an interception.
The Jets are still in the hunt for the playoffs, and the win over the Bears keeps them within striking distance. They have a chance to take the lead in the AFC East. They will face the Vikings next week. But they will have to do so without Zach Wilson, who was benched after last week's poor performance against the Patriots.
Wilson has started to lose confidence in his own abilities. His touchdown-to-interception ratio is 13-to-16 in 20 games. His completion rate this season is 55.6 percent.
Despite the fact that he hasn't started a game since November, the New York Jets gave their backup quarterback a chance. And he performed better than expected.
Baker White, who was slated to start, completed 22 of 28 passes for 315 yards and three touchdowns. The Jets gained 466 total yards in the rain, a season high. The Jets won, 31-10, and now sit in second place in the AFC's playoff race. The Jets next face the Minnesota Vikings, who sit at 9-2.
Mike White was a fifth-round pick last year. He transferred from South Florida. He is now a fan favorite, and has played well for the Jets.
The Jets quarterback led five drives of seven or more plays. He finished with three touchdown passes, and he was also efficient with the football. He averaged 2.46 seconds to throw the ball. The Jets converted seven of 12 third-down attempts.
White's performance also helped him earn a spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He was the fourth-fastest quarterback this week. He threw for 315 yards and three touchdowns in his first start of the season.
His performance also helped the Jets' offense look more complete than ever. The Jets scored a season-high 466 total yards, and they converted seven of 12 third-down attempts.
During the game, White had one huge mistake. He threw a pass to a holder who fumbled the ball. He also had a nice throw to Elijah Moore. Moore caught the first touchdown of the season.
The Jets sacked Mac Jones six times. The Jets also had 32 sacks on the season.
Despite his three-touchdown performance, Ryan White is not a boo-bird magnet. He knows what he can't do and what he can do.
Stacking WRs with QBs is always a good idea, but in Superflex leagues it is even more valuable. This is because WRs are a relatively cheap target and often come with more upside than RBs. In addition, Superflex gives you more flexibility, since you can pick up a QB at any time.
If you are in a Superflex league, you need to be aware of the Jets hammer Bears trend, and you should be considering adding Devin White. He has three touchdowns, is averaging 315 yards, and has no turnovers. If he can produce, he will be a must-add in Superflex formats.
Stacking WRs with QBs also works well in Best Ball formats. For example, in a 12-team league with a starting QB and a backup, the second QB can compete with the first for touches. It's important to consider how the game is played, because some players don't have a ton of upside unless they're injured or not getting the snaps.
Stacking WRs with RBs is also a good idea, especially in full PPR formats. In those leagues, RBs can be loaded up early and then used later on.
Stacking WRs with the Jets hammer Bears trend is also interesting. Ryan Love is a solid play, and he played well in the absence of Aaron Rodgers.
Devin White also made an impact on the Jets offense. He completed 22-of-28 passes for 315 yards, three touchdowns, and no turnovers. His chemistry with his teammates was evident in the game.
If you are in a Superflex format, you should look to add White, since the Jets have a very interesting young roster with several moving parts.
During last season's playoffs, many fantasy football managers were thrilled when their quarterback, Zach Wilson, was benched for Mike White. It looked like the Jets were committed to Wilson financially, but White had become an interesting option in Superflex and single QB formats. In this article, I'll give you a breakdown of White's potential to become a valuable fantasy football player.
In Week 13, White will face the Minnesota Vikings. This should be a good matchup for him, as Minnesota has allowed quarterbacks to score 21 Fantasy points in three straight games. That includes three quarterbacks who have scored 29 Fantasy points in five games.
In Superflex formats, White will be worth starting. He has the potential to be a top-flight streamer, but he will also be a viable plan B quarterback in the event Wilson is injured.
While White has struggled in his first two starts of the season, he has thrown for over 400 yards in each of the last two games. He also has zero interceptions and passed for three touchdowns. White also added 2 rushing yards on three attempts. He faces a bad defense in Week 13.
In Superflex formats, Mike White should be a starting quarterback. His upside is high, but his risk may be higher than that of a bust. If he has poor outings, his value could drop. However, he has a history of big play firepower, so he should be a viable option for fantasy owners. He should also be worth using as a low-end starter in all leagues.
As the Jets head into Week 13, they have the opportunity to evaluate White and determine whether he is worth bringing back. If they do, it could mean paying starter money to get him back.
Earlier this week, the National Football League (NFL) announced that New York Jets quarterback Mike White's jersey game ball will be on display at the Pro Football Hall of Fame (HOF) in Canton, Ohio. Having played his entire career with the Jets, White has a long list of achievements and has been a pillar of the team's success. Besides his impressive passing yards, White has also been known for his mobility and poise.
During a Week 8 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals, New York Jets quarterback Mike White made history. White became the first Jets quarterback to throw for 400 yards in a game since 2000. He also led the Jets to the highest total of first downs since 1988. This was the first time the Jets scored 30 points in a game since Week 12 of the 2019 season.
The Jets had the longest streak of games without a 30-point score in the NFL. The Jets had lost 40 straight games when trailing by double digits with five minutes left in the game. In Week 8, White was responsible for dismantling the Bengals defense. He completed 22 of 28 passes for 315 yards and three touchdowns. The Jets racked up 32 first downs in the win.
In fact, White was the first quarterback to complete at least 75% of his passes in a start. He also became the first quarterback to throw for more than 300 yards in his first start since Browning Nagle did so in 1992.
In addition to the big game, White also led the Jets to a season-high 466 yards of total offense. White completed 37 of 45 passes for 405 yards, three touchdowns, and two interceptions.
White's performance also made him the first Jets quarterback to throw a touchdown since the Jets took over as a team in 2000. He also became the first quarterback in the NFL to throw for more than 300 yards in his debut.
In addition, White led the Jets to the highest scoring game of his career. His touchdown pass was the longest of his career.
During Week 7 of the NFL season, the New York Jets rolled out quarterback Mike White. The veteran took over for injured rookie Zach Wilson, and led the Jets to a 34-31 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals. This was White's first NFL start and was a huge boost for the Jets.
In his first start for the Jets, Mike White completed 37 of 45 passes for 405 yards and three touchdowns. The Jets also recorded two interceptions. White was honored as AFC Offensive Player of the Week.
The Jets also got solid performances from their defense and special teams. The Jets allowed only two second-half points and have allowed only five total touchdowns so far this season. The Jets have a lot to look forward to in Week 10. Despite the fact that they are a young team, they have shown they can compete for a playoff spot.
The Jets have a chance to put the finishing touches on a perfect season if they win their next game. They'll travel to Indianapolis to face the Colts in a hostile territory. The Colts have allowed 19 passing touchdowns this season.
The Jets will have to do some heavy lifting if they want to take advantage of their Week 10 bye. Despite the fact that they have been struggling offensively, the Jets have been able to keep pace with the rest of the AFC East. In fact, they are only one game behind the Colts in the division.
If the Jets can win their next two games, they will be in position to make a deep run in the playoffs. It is possible that the Jets could be a Super Bowl champion.
During the course of his NFL debut, Mike White broke records for a number of different metrics. He became the first Jets quarterback since 2000 to throw for 400 yards. His debut performance also set a record for most completions in a debut start. He completed 37 of 45 passes for 405 yards, three touchdowns, and two interceptions.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, displayed White's game-used jersey and game ball in their Pro Football Today Gallery. White's game-used jersey will be displayed at the Hall of Fame for the rest of the season.
His 405 passing yards are the second-best in his first NFL start since 1950, behind Cam Newton's 422 yards in his debut against the Arizona Cardinals in 2011. Newton's debut also set a record for most completions and attempts in a debut start.
White's performance ranks as the fifth-best outing by a Jets quarterback with 400+ yards, behind Cam Newton, Ken O'Brien, Vinny Testaverde, and Joe Namath. His 100.0 passer rating is also the fifth-best outing by a franchise quarterback with 400+ yards.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame also recognized White's success. His performance led to his selection as the AFC offensive player of the week. His performance also led to a resurgence of the Jets offense. The team had not scored 30 points in a game since Week 12 of the 2019 season. This was the longest streak in the league.
While his numbers won't match Cam Newton's in his debut, Ryan White is making his mark in the NFL. He has the ability to lead the Jets back to where they started before drafting him.
Despite being a fan favorite last season, Mike White's era in New York has come to an end. His first career start with the Jets came against the Bengals. White completed a gaudy 405-yard performance that turned heads, but he also had four interceptions and lost his momentum late in the game.
Joe Flacco has been a solid quarterback, but his mobility has gone down. After being acquired from the Philadelphia Eagles last month, Flacco has started just six games for the Jets. He is a 37-year-old veteran quarterback who has been playing in the NFL for a decade and has never lost a game.
It was a good performance, but it didn't save the Jets from a 41-point loss to the Patriots. Flacco completed a single touchdown pass, but he was also sacked three times and threw one interception.
The Jets are now 2-7 and will be without quarterback Zach Wilson for Week 8. Wilson suffered a sprained posterior collateral ligament in his right knee in the preseason. He was expected to be out for the duration of the season, but he's still in practice on a limited basis.
The Jets are short on options at quarterback. They have placed both Joe Flacco and Mike White on their COVID-19 reserve list. However, Flacco is expected to start for at least one more game.
It's hard to say if Mike White will play long-term, but the Jets haven't called him a bust yet. His performance against the Bengals last week has given Jets fans hope.
Although he was not a top pick, Flacco is a veteran quarterback who has had success against the Dolphins last season. Flacco is not known for his mobility, but he has experience playing in the Dolphins' system.
Having been a fan of the New York Jets over the years, I've been able to see first hand how efficient their quarterback's third-down conversion rate has been. The Jets are ranked 14th in the NFL when it comes to third-down efficiency, which is a measure of the percentage of third-down passes converted into first downs.
New York's offense hasn't consistently put up points, but it has done so in a way that allows the Jets' defense to keep them in the game. The Jets have been able to build a 13-play drive in the fourth quarter to pull out a 20-17 win over the Bills.
It's been a long time since the Jets have been a top-ten offense. In fact, they haven't had a top-ten offense in seven seasons. The Jets are currently averaging 391 yards per game, and their total offense is ninth in the NFL.
Despite that, the Jets have had a tough time in the red zone. They have given up 20 rushing touchdowns, the most in the league, and have allowed four interceptions. They have also been outgained in the red zone by teams like the Cowboys, which are seventh in the NFL in yards allowed.
In fact, the Jets' offense hasn't been able to put up more than two touchdowns in any game this year. They've scored three touchdowns against the Texans, but Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson has a better record against the Jets than the Jets themselves.
The Jets have been able to capitalize on the Bills' turnovers. They've also been able to force three fumbles, including a fumble recovered by linebacker Ron Porter at the Jets' 12-yard line.
Getting the Jets back on track is no small task, but it's one that is not without its challenges. As one of the first teams back in the league, the Jets need to quickly learn the ins and outs of the NHL's new salary cap system. Here are three tips to help them get started.
Despite a lackluster start to the season, the New York Jets are in the hunt for a playoff spot. One man who will be helping out is veteran quarterback Mike White, who will make his first regular season start since last year. And despite a sub-par season, White is still a Pro Football Hall of Famer with a Hall of Fame resume. Hopefully, White will use his talent to help spark the Jets' stagnant offense and give them a fighting chance against the Bengals on Sunday.
In addition to the most basic tasks, White is trying to impress head coach Kevin Saleh with his mettle. Despite a poor performance against the Bengals, Saleh said the Jets are trying to find out what White can do.
Despite a shaky start to the season, the Jets are poised for a breakthrough. Aside from the resurgent Zach Wilson, the team has a promising quarterback in Mike White, and the coach seems adamant about the young man's game. White was a fifth-round draft pick of the Dallas Cowboys in 2018. He has played in a total of one game since then, and has been relegated to the practice squad. But he has shown enough to warrant a spot on the team's roster.
In an effort to nudge the sluggish offense into gear, White has been tapped to replace Wilson. In the past, White has shown his value when he's at the helm. After an early season loss at Indianapolis, the right forearm he'd been playing with went AWOL. It's a long road from scout sack to starting quarterback, but a veteran coach with a winning track record will be there to help him along the way.
Despite the Jets' 3-7 record, the team is in the playoff hunt, and is looking to spark its offense. They have promoted quarterback Mike White to replace struggling starter Zach Wilson. This will be White's first regular-season NFL start in more than a year. He hasn't played a regular-season game since December 2017 because of a right forearm injury.
White was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the fifth round of the 2018 draft. He was a practice squad player in New York a year later. When the Jets were 1-2 last season, fans chanted for him to be the starter. However, head coach Kevin Saleh said the team was simply looking to see what he could do and give the team a fighting chance.
He made four appearances against opponents last season and threw for 953 yards. He had five TDs and three interceptions. He was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week. However, he was intercepted four times in the loss against Buffalo. Despite this, White threw for a season-high 405 yards in his first start. He also had three touchdowns and 37 completions. The Jets will face a tough 3-7 Chicago defense on Sunday.
White was the AFC Offensive Player of the Week last week and is expected to play a big part in the Jets' offense. He should also provide a spark for an offense that hasn't scored a touchdown in four games. The Jets will be looking for a victory against the Chicago Bears on Sunday at MetLife Stadium. The defense will also need to keep the offense from scoring more than two touchdowns. The Jets have given up 34 touchdowns so far this season.
Despite being a fifth-round pick in the NFL draft last year, Devin White was quickly promoted to the Jets' practice squad. The team's coaching staff thought he could help with the team's "fighting chance" after the Jets went 1-2 in the first two games of the season. But after a 405-yard performance in his first start, White was sidelined with a knee injury in Week 7. He hasn't played in the regular season since, and the Jets are now looking to him to give their offense a much-needed spark.
White will make his first regular-season start in more than a year on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. The Jets have a good chance of making the playoffs, but a lack of offense could stymie them.
Unless you live under a rock, you've heard about Mike White, the former quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals. He made the news a few months back when he was picked by the New York Jets as their third string quarterback. He's been a borderline player, but he's a first time starter. Hopefully, this will turn out to be his breakthrough season and he can become a great player.
Having made his first start in the NFL, Mike White has a lot to be proud of. After all, it was only the second time in NFL history that a quarterback has thrown for more than 400 yards in his first game. In addition, White threw for a franchise-record 37 completions and set first-timer records for completions, yards, and passing touchdowns.
White is a folk hero in New York. After the Jets opened the season 1-2, fans chanted for White to start. But after two starts, the Jets will never know if White is the franchise quarterback they need.
White was selected in the fifth round of last year's draft by the Dallas Cowboys. A few weeks later, the Jets promoted White from third to second quarterback. However, it wasn't until last month that White earned his first start in the NFL.
White's first start was the most noteworthy in the NFL. The pass-happy approach was unusual, considering that quarterbacks have rarely been allowed to take a direct shot down the field. Fortunately, offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur decided to go with it. White completed 37 of 45 passes for 405 yards and three touchdowns. It was also the most completions by a quarterback in his first start.
White's performance was only the latest in a long line of great passing games for him. He's thrown for more than 8,000 yards in two seasons. The former South Florida star had impressive seasons in C-USA, which helped his draft stock. White is a proven winner, as he led the Jets to a victory over Cincinnati. He also threw for a touchdown and was selected as the AFC's offensive player of the week.
The Jets have gone 7-4 in the first 10 games of the season, and are in the hunt for a playoff spot. However, they'll have to overcome the four-interception performance they had against the Bills last season if they want to avoid repeating the same results.
Whether or not White can continue his streak of eight consecutive 300-yard passing games remains to be seen. If he continues to throw for at least 450 yards, he'll pass Newton for the NFL's all-time passing yards record.
Despite playing only two seasons as a quarterback, Mike White has been a very effective backup for the New York Jets. He is also a very popular figure in the locker room. The team's players love him, and he has helped lead the team to an impressive turnaround this season.
White played college football at South Florida, where he led the team's passing attack. He was picked up by the Dallas Cowboys in the fifth round of the NFL draft in 2018. He transferred to Western Kentucky before the start of the 2015 season, where he played five games. After his junior season, he joined the practice squad of the Jets.
In his first NFL start, White threw for 405 yards and three touchdowns against the Bengals. He completed 37 of 45 passes for the game, which is the best outing by a rookie quarterback in Franchise history.
During the next week, White started the Jets' next game against Buffalo. He had another impressive outing, completing 93 of 175 passes for 1,083 yards and two touchdowns.
In White's second start, he suffered an injury to his right forearm. He then missed the next three games due to NCAA transfer rules. After his injury, White signed a reserve/future contract with the Gang Green.
Mike White's stats are impressive, and he is a good candidate for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He has thrown for 8,540 yards in two seasons, and 63 touchdowns. His stats are better than many top quarterbacks in the NFL, including Peyton Manning. But he is not a lock to make it into the Hall of Fame.
He will get another shot at it next week. This time, it's on Thursday Night Football. And he could end up in the Hall of Fame before the season is over.
The Jets' quarterback situation has been a bit up and down this season. The team has struggled to decide who its starter will be for Week 10 of the season. Meanwhile, White is expected to be back on the team for at least one more game.
Despite being a third-string quarterback for the New York Jets in Week 8, Mike White proved to be an asset to the team's offense. He was a key player in the Jets' win over the Chicago Bears.
Mike White played for the Bowling Green Hilltoppers in college, but he also had a 6-7 season with Western Kentucky. In 2016, White helped the Hilltoppers win the Conference USA championship and beat Memphis in the Boca Raton bowl.
White was a fifth-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. He signed with the Jets as a reserve/future contract in January. He was also signed to the Jets' practice squad in September.
Mike White was the Jets' third-string quarterback until a few weeks ago, when the team decided to start Josh McCown over injured Zach Wilson. McCown was also a rookie. In his debut, McCown threw for more than 400 yards and three touchdowns.
White didn't make a start for the Jets in 2019, but he did see meaningful action in Week 8 against the Bengals. He finished 20-of-32 for 202 yards and two interceptions. The Jets had a chance to take a step toward a playoff spot, but a 10-point loss to the Patriots put them outside the playoff picture.
The Jets drafted Wilson in the spring with the idea that he would be the team's future quarterback. However, when Wilson hurt his PCL in the second quarter, White was called upon to step in. It was a game that didn't have much to it, but it did showcase what White is capable of doing.
White also set a record by throwing for more than 400 yards in his first career start. However, he had more interceptions than touchdowns. The Jets were fortunate to have wide-open receivers, so they could use their defense to do most of the work.
White wasn't a huge player in the NFL Combine, but his C-USA career helped raise his draft stock. He threw for 4,363 yards and 280 completions in two seasons at Western Kentucky. He also finished second in the country in completion percentage and first in passing yards.
Despite being a rookie and not inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, New York Jets quarterback Mike White made history last week by becoming the first NFL passer to throw for at least 400 yards in his first career start. He threw for 405 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions in a win over the Cincinnati Bengals.
It was the first 400-yard game for a Jets quarterback in over 10 years, and the third overall since Vinny Testaverde set the franchise's record on Christmas Eve 2000. White also set a franchise record with 37 completions.
While White's debut was historic, it didn't come without its flaws. White threw for 202 yards against the Patriots, and was intercepted four times. However, White also threw a touchdown pass to Elijah Moore, which was the first touchdown pass of the season for the Jets.
Although White's performance was historic, it wasn't enough to keep the Jets from losing for the fifth time in six games. After a season-opening victory over Buffalo, the Jets fell to 2-2. The team's offense failed to score in four of its five games, and White threw for only 202 yards in a loss to Indianapolis.
Fortunately, White's performance last week was enough to earn him the AFC Offensive Player of the Week award. He was also selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame's All-Century Team.
White has now broken all three Franchise records for attempts, completions and touchdowns. He has also become the second player in franchise history to pass for 400 yards or more in his first career start. That makes him the only quarterback since Cam Newton in 2011 to pass for at least 400 yards in his first start.
In addition to making history, Mike White has also been an outstanding quarterback for the Jets. He was selected by the team in the fifth round in 2018. He spent time on the team's practice squad a year later. He was named to the team's reserve/future contract in December of 2019. After being waived by the Cowboys, he was signed to the Jets' practice squad again.
Having the ability to read and react to a situation is crucial to a player's success on the court. This is especially true in the NBA. Players must learn to recognize when a dribble handoff is signaled and when a pick and roll is being attempted. They must also know when they should be moving and when they should be defending.
Whether it's called a dribble handoff or a low post move, the power dribble is a fundamental move in basketball. The player with the ball dribbles toward his teammate, who then cuts to the basket. Normally, the defensive team hedges the dribbling path of the player with the ball, but the offensive team can counter with a fake handoff or backdoor cut.
This technique is most effective when the post player receives the ball and executes the handoff. However, it's also effective against defensive teams that overplay the handoff exchange. In some cases, the offensive team can set up a back screen or re-screen to counter the defender's overplay.
One of the main differences between a standard pick and roll and a dribble handoff is the lack of spacing between the passer and recipient. This means that it's a little more difficult for the defense to react to the exchange. This also creates opportunities for open jump shots, and it can release pressure on the defender. It also allows the offensive player to dribble further while avoiding defenders who are trying to guard his dribbling path.
Power dribbles are a difficult move, and a lot of practice is needed to master it. Players may slam the ball before making a move, or may dribble hard while driving to the basket. To get around this, a player may use a technique called a "dribble-at."
When a player receives the ball, he can then dribble towards his teammate and use an on-ball screen to attack the basket. He can also use a back door cut to a basket if the defense is overplaying the handoff exchange. Then, he can pass the ball to another teammate.
A player can also dribble to the basket and take a layup. This can be done when the offensive player has a pump fake. If the defense is anticipating a player who dribbles to the right, he can dribble to the left. He can then use a pump fake and a backdoor cut to get to the basket.
Using the right set is essential to running a good Read & React offense. Read and React is not for the faint of heart, and it takes time to master. It requires a great deal of cutting and screening. Read & React is a great way to incorporate passing, finishing, and breakdown drills into your game plan. Read and React also ties in seamlessly with a five-player offense.
The best way to run a Read & React offense is to incorporate all players. The goal of Read & React is to build reaction habits in players. This is done by teaching them the proper responses to each action. This is especially true with the ball handler. During the ball handling phase, the ball handler should press the lane, forcing a defender into the help side position. He then rolls to the basket.
While the ball handler is driving to the basket, the post players should be reading the penetration of the dribble. They can also set back screens for perimeter players. When the dribble is completed, the post player should be ready to slide to the short corner. The best way to do this is to make sure the player is aware of the best angle for a back screen.
There are several other layers in the Read & React offense. The three main layers are layer #1, layer #5, and layer #6. The layers are more conceptual than specific actions. The layer #1 best known is the one that shows you the best way to set back screens. It's the most important layer to implement in a Read & React offense. The other layers will come in handy when you need them.
The most important layer in the Read & React scheme is the one that demonstrates the most amount of success. This is the layer that should be used as often as possible. The best way to do this is to implement it in a drill. This will help players learn the proper responses to each action and will also keep them engaged on the offensive end of the floor.
Having been in the NFL for over 20 years, Mike White is one of the most respected QB's of all time. He has been a part of many famous teams throughout his career, including the New York Jets, the Indianapolis Colts and the Chicago Bears. Now he's a member of the NFL Hall of Fame.
During his college career, Mike White has had a few unusual journeys. After graduating high school, he went to college at the University of South Florida and later moved to Western Kentucky. In his first two seasons, White had a record of 48 wins. He has also reached the NCAA "Elite Eight" twice and is a two-time NIT Final Four participant.
During his tenure at Louisiana Tech, White helped the Bulldogs to three straight Conference USA regular season titles and a championship in the WAC Tournament. White also coached the conference's all-time assists record holder.
White also served as an assistant coach for seven years at Ole Miss. During that time, White helped the Rebels to four NIT berths and 20 wins. His team reached the NIT semifinals in 2010.
He also helped the Rebels reach the SEC West title game in 2007 and 2010. During his career, White has helped five teams reach 20 wins, which ranks as the second-best total in the SEC. In addition, White has 16 20-point victories against power conference teams.
In his first year at USF, White started five games. He finished the season with 1,639 passing yards and eight touchdowns. In addition, he rushed for six touchdowns. In his final year, White completed 88 of 132 passes for 953 yards and eight interceptions.
While White wasn't given a lot of reps during training camp and during the season, his team played well enough to earn an at-large bid to the NCCAA World Series. The team went 2-3 in pool play. After the tournament, the Rebels earned a 35-19 record.
In his final year, White played in four games. He threw five touchdown passes and threw five interceptions. He also lost one yard on his five rushing attempts.
During his career, White has had three NFL starts. He finished his rookie season behind Dak Prescott. He threw for 405 yards and three touchdowns in a Week 8 win over the Bengals. He also threw four touchdown passes and rushed for two in a Week 7 win over the Jets.
During his five-game start as a true freshman in 2013, Mike White showed that he had the ability to move the ball and get it out in a hurry. But he didn't display any of the physical traits that would have made him a coveted pick in the draft.
White ranked ninth in the NFL in passer rating, and he was fifth in yards per attempt. His average depth of target was 6.4 yards. He was also a solid performer in the passing game, throwing 9 passes at least 20 yards downfield. He tied Andy Dalton for the lowest rate of 44 quarterbacks who threw a pass to a player with 3+ yards of separation.
Mike White's NFL career is not quite as impressive as it once was, but his passing ability is still solid. He completed a respectable 122 of 242 passes for 1,680 yards. He also had nine interceptions. His nine-game record was good for a 9-2 record with a 0.43 ERA.
The Jets will likely have to deal with White's passing stats for the remainder of the season. He's also a mediocre runner. But he's going to be a valuable part of the Jets' offense. It's easy to believe that he's the Jets' new starting quarterback, until he starts getting sacked.
During his tenure with the Oakland Raiders, White compiled a 15-17-0 record. He also was highly regarded as a baseball pitcher. His last stint in the NFL was with the Kansas City Chiefs as director of football administration. His career is a reminder of the old saying: "It's better to be lucky than good."
The NFL Next Gen Stats website ranks White's performance in a few different categories. Among the most noteworthy was his performance in throwing to a target with less than one yard of separation. Among the 35 qualified quarterbacks, White's 2.9% sack rate is the least impressive. But it's still more than Wilson's 7.8% rate this season.
The true signal of his success is his ability to lead an effective offense. His passing statistics are a tad on the low side, but his ability to move the ball in a hurry will help him continue to impress.
Until recently, Mike White was a footnote in the NFL. It wasn't until last year that White made his NFL debut and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Now he is a legend and has become a fan favorite.
White's first NFL start was impressive. In his first career start, White completed 37 passes for 405 yards and three touchdowns. It was also the first 400-yard passing performance for a Jets quarterback in more than a decade. He became the second quarterback in NFL history to throw for more than 400 yards in his debut. He joined Cam Newton as the only other quarterback to throw for at least 400 yards in his first NFL start.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame purchased White's game-worn jersey and game ball and will have them on display. It's also being featured in an exhibit at the Hall.
White's performance last week came after he had spent much of the season on the Jets practice squad. He started in Week 8 with an impressive performance. He completed 37-of-45 passes for 405 yards and three touchdowns against the Cincinnati Bengals. It was his first career start and he earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors.
His 37 completions in his first start were the most ever by a quarterback in his first start in the NFL. He also set a franchise record for completions by a rookie quarterback in his first start.
In addition to his impressive debut, White set Jets records for attempts and yards. He also earned the team's first-ever AFC Offensive Player of the Week. He is one of only two quarterbacks to win the award in the past decade.
White's success in college football has helped raise his draft stock. He finished fourth in program history with 648 completions. He also led the country with 368 completions. He was named the Louisville Slugger All-American as a junior. He also earned first-team all-Broward honors from the Miami Herald as a pitcher. He also earned a spot in the Senior Bowl. He is the first WKU quarterback to be invited to the Senior Bowl. He also received the Frank Morsani Leadership Award.
During the course of his first career start, Mike White made some big plays. He completed 22 of 28 passes for 315 yards and three touchdowns. It's easy to see why White has become a favorite among the Jets' players. After all, he helped the Jets win a game when they didn't need to do anything spectacular to win. And he also allowed them to play to their potential.
It wasn't just White's big plays that helped the Jets win. The defense also played well. The Jets defense has kept opponents under 20 points in six of their last seven games. And they have a strong offensive line that can help them win. The Jets also rushed the ball well, which was crucial.
White also made some easy throws. He threw on third downs eight times, and he completed eight of those throws for 119 yards. He averaged 2.3 seconds to throw on third downs, which was good for third in the NFL. The Jets were able to take advantage of their rushing game and spread the field on 45.5% of third down dropbacks.
While White has been an up and down signal caller in his career, he has twice led the Jets to big wins in his four starts. It's clear he's learned from his four interception day against the Bengals and his four-interception day against the Bills last year. That's why he should be a starting quarterback in the NFL. But he needs to lead the Jets to a win against the Bengals on Sunday.
White also had a good start before he suffered a thumb injury in Week 8. He completed 37 of 45 passes for 405 yards, which was good for third in the NFL.
He also rushed 16 yards for a touchdown. He's also a big-time talent who can play with any team. But he needs to turn one good performance into a string of them. If he does, the Jets will be in great shape when they face the Bengals in 2021. They'll have the best chance to win.