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New York Post presents
Gang’s All Here: A NY Jets Football Podcast from New York Post Sports
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.
October 14, 2021
Presenting: The Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast
Jets fans, we thought you may want to hear the newest New York Post meets Sports Business Journal's "The Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast" with Andrew Marchand and John Ourand. New episodes drop Wednesdays.
October 11, 2021
Slow Start in London Dooms Jets Again feat. Mark Cannizzaro
Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show talking about the Jets’ 27-20 loss to the Falcons. They discuss the brutal start to the game, Denzel Mims only getting two targets, Zach Wilson’s regression and Coz’s experience in London. NY Post sports columnist Mark Cannizzaro drops by to talk about Wilson’s bad game, Mike LaFleur’s inexperience, the Mims saga, the roughing the passer calls and John Franklin-Myers’ contract extension.
October 7, 2021
Joe Namath Talks Career, Zach Wilson, Jets
Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show talking about what Coz will eat in London. They discuss the Marcus Maye DUI, the Urban Meyer saga, preview the Jets-Falcons matchup Sunday in London and make their predictions. Legendary Jets QB and Hall of Famer Joe Namath then joins the show. Namath talks about his new restaurant in Florida, Zach Wilson, Robert Saleh, the Jets' outlook, changes in the NFL today, his style, the 1969 NY sports landscape, getting recognized and the Studio 54 scene.
October 4, 2021
Wilson's Dazzling First Jets Win feat. Leger Douzable
Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show talking about the Jets’ 27-24 win over the Titans Sunday in overtime. They discuss Zach Wilson’s tremendous game in his first win, Corey Davis’ performance, the defense having a big game, what the Jets need to do better and a former Jets kicker losing the game for the Titans. Former Jets DE and SNY pre and postgame analyst Leger Douzable then joins the show. Douzable discusses Wilson’s arm talent, the young secondary playing great, the defensive front coming up strong, Mike LaFleur’s playcalling and what Robert Saleh does for a defense.
September 30, 2021
Jets Offense Needs to Establish Identity feat. Willie Colon
Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show talking about the Jets matchup with the Titans Sunday. They discuss the crowd potentially getting restless, Mike LaFleur’s playcalling, the schedule ahead, needing to run the ball more, reacting to Quinnen Williams’ comments and the guys make their predictions for Sunday’s game. Former Jets offensive lineman, SNY Jets pre and postgame and SiriusXM Radio host Willie Colon then joins the show. Colon talks about Zach Wilson’s rough start, his 2013 Jets with Geno Smith, why he loved what Quinnen said to the media, how the offense can improve and a great story from his first NFL game.
September 27, 2021
Jets Offense Lifeless in Another Blowout feat. Anthony Becht
Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show talking about the Jets' 26-0 blowout loss to the Broncos. They discuss Zach Wilson’s awful game, the receivers dropping balls, the Jets not having a lead this season and the bleak outlook surrounding the team. Former Jets tight end and pre-and-postgame host Anthony Becht then joins the show. Becht talks about the Jets' struggles this season, Wilson’s play, the tight ends not doing much, the schedule ahead, not having a veteran backup QB, his son Rocco playing QB at Iowa State and something Herm Edwards said when coaching him that sticks with him to this day.
September 23, 2021
Can Jets Avoid Another 0-3 Start? feat. Evan Roberts
Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show talking about the struggles and injuries of Joe Douglas’ 2020 draft class. They preview Sunday's matchup with the Broncos, what the Jets need to change and make their predictions for the game. Coz breaks down what to eat in Denver. Rabid Jets fan and WFAN host Evan Roberts then joins the show. Roberts gets into the disaster from Zach Wilson Sunday, being hopeful for the Jets’ future, fans booing the team in the first home game, Sam Darnold’s future, his brief acting career, working with Craig Carton and the difference between him and Joe Benigno. The Post's Jeremy Layton then gives "J-Lay's Plays" for Week 3.
September 20, 2021
Zach Wilson’s Disastrous Home Debut feat. Steve Serby
Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show talking about the Jets’ 25-6 loss to the Patriots Sunday. They discuss Zach Wilson’s awful four-interception game, wanting to see Wilson run more, Jamison Crowder being a late scratch, Keelan Cole having no impact, the fans booing at MetLife Stadium in the home opener, Denzel Mims being inactive, Sam Darnold looking great for the Panthers so far and Coz’s story on interviewing Doc Gooden from jail. Longtime NY Post sports columnist Steve Serby drops by to talk Wilson, the press box food, the defense playing well and the offensive line improving.
September 16, 2021
Josh McCown talks NFL Career, Jets, Zach Wilson
Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show talking about the injury bug hitting the Jets. They discuss Mekhi Becton’s injury, the players they signed this week, Mike LaFleur and the playbook and the Denzil Mims saga. The guys then preview the Jets home opener against the Patriots Sunday and make their picks for the game. Former Jets and 18-year NFL quarterback Josh McCown then joins the show. McCown talks about Jake’s mom tutoring his daughter in high school, being a high school football coach, the Jets not having a veteran backup QB, whether he will play in the NFL again, the excitement around Zach Wilson and Sam Darnold’s fresh start. The free agent QB also gets into why Jets fans should be happy about their future, whether he wants to be an NFL coach and the pressures of playing in NY.
September 13, 2021
Jets’ O-Line a Disaster in Wilson’s Debut
Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show talking about the Jets’ 19-14 loss to the Panthers. They discuss how bad the offensive line was, Zach Wilson’s debut, the backup QB situation, Sam Darnold’s performance, Mekhi Becton’s injury, Matt Ammendola having to punt, the Denzel Mims mystery and Jets fans showing up in Charlotte. The Post’s Jeremy Layton dives into the biggest betting and fantasy nuggets from Week 1.
September 8, 2021
2021 Jets Season Preview, Predictions feat. Bob Wischusen
Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show previewing the Jets season. They discuss the concerns at cornerback, the rest of the Jets defense, how Zach Wilson looked during his first training camp and the potential from the offense. The guys then preview Week 1 against the Panthers, make their picks and make predictions for the season. Jets radio voice Bob Wischusen then joins the show. Wischusen talks about the excitement surrounding the Jets offense, Joe Douglas not adding more cornerbacks, Jets-Panthers and overall thoughts on what the Jets will do this season.
May 3, 2021
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.
April 26, 2021
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.
March 25, 2021
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.
March 12, 2021
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.
January 15, 2021
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. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
January 4, 2021
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. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
December 31, 2020
Episode 61: Adam Gase's Final Game Ahead feat. Foley Fatukasi
Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show talking about the Jets and everyone else getting set to turn the page on 2020. They discuss Adam Gase's eventual firing coming Monday, the matchup against the Patriots Sunday, potentially Frank Gore's final game and whether it will be Sam Darnold's final game with the Jets. In "Brian's Book," he tells the story of asking Bill Belichick a controversial question and Paul Lo Duca nearly getting in a fight with him. Alex Cammarata then fails to "Stump the Coz." Jets DT Foley Fatukasi then joins the show. Fatukasi talks about coming from Queens, the pride in playing close to home, winning a few games, his top-ranked run defense, the Steve McLendon relationship, Quinnen Williams, fans wanting Trevor Lawrence, the offseason ahead, his brothers playing at Rutgers, the future of the Jets and his favorite food spots in Far Rockaway. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
December 28, 2020
Episode 60: Jets Say Goodbye to Trevor Lawrence
Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show diving into the Jets' 23-16 win over the Browns on Sunday. They discuss the two-game win streak, losing Trevor Lawrence officially to the Jaguars, locking in the second pick, Sam Darnold's play, Adam Gase's future, thoughts on a 17-game schedule and the FitzMagic situation in Miami. NY Post football columnist Mark Cannizzaro then joins the show. Cannizzaro talks about the Jets' win streak and what it means, why Darnold might get another year, what the 2021 Jets might do, some of his favorite restaurants and stories from eating out in Miami at Joe's Stone Crab and various places in different cities. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
December 24, 2020
Episode 59: Jets QB Options for 2021 feat. Mike Tannenbaum
Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show talking Christmas presents and Jets fans thinking about what quarterback now becomes their present after this season. The guys debate Zach Wilson, Justin Fields, Mitchell Trubisky and Marcus Mariota. They then preview Jaguars-Bears and Jets-Browns. Coz gives his tribute to the late Kevin Greene, before diving into "Brian's Book" with a story about this episode's guest. Alex Cammarata then pops in to attempt to "Stump the Coz" before the guys give their Christmas music Mount Rushmore. Former Jets GM and ESPN NFL Front Office insider Mike Tannenbaum then joins the show. Tannenbaum talks about interning for the Pittsfield Mets to start his career, how Joe Douglas is feeling after Sunday's win, what the Jets might do at QB, coaching searches, firing Eric Mangini, free agency and if he regrets giving Mark Sanchez his contract extension. Tannenbaum also gets into picking D'Brickashaw Ferguson, working with Rex Ryan, their tight bond and his own rise in the NFL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit