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JetsFan15


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 23, 2017 10:48 pm    Post subject: Draft Simulation Reply with quote

Did a quick Draftwired simulation draft... only did three rounds:

Traded down with Cleveland - NYJ 1st rounder, sixth overall for the Browns 12th overall, 52nd overall and 181st overall.

R1 - 12: NYJ take OJ Howard, TE
R2 - 39: NYJ take John Ross, WR (I know, not a huge need area, but I could not pass on him and the trade back scenarios where not worth it IMO)
R2 - 52: NYJ Adoree Jackson, CB
R3 - 70: Marcus Williams, FS

Trade Up with Seattle - NYJ trades pick 107 and 191 for Seattle's 102

R3 - 102: NYJ Fabian Moreau, CB (could not believe he was till there so jumped to make sure we secured another high upside CB)

Overall, turned 3 top 107 picks into 5. Feel like I got great talent. I think Howard is a difference maker. Ross is one of the top WR and play makers in the draft. Then feel like I really remade our secondary with three guys who are play makers and good cover guys.

Thoughts??
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rdelaney89


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 23, 2017 11:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't really want Ross but at the same time if I could sign up for this draft I would.
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JetsFan15


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 23, 2017 11:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

rdelaney89 wrote:
I don't really want Ross but at the same time if I could sign up for this draft I would.


I did not really plan on drafting him either but I felt I had to take him at that spot. Too much value for me. I see him as Desean Jackson type and great in the slot. I would imagine if that really happened, a better trade down option would pop up then what the simulator offered me.
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doumeyer


Joined: 03 Jul 2013
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 24, 2017 10:52 am    Post subject: Re: Draft Simulation Reply with quote

JetsFan15 wrote:
Did a quick Draftwired simulation draft... only did three rounds:

Traded down with Cleveland - NYJ 1st rounder, sixth overall for the Browns 12th overall, 52nd overall and 181st overall.

R1 - 12: NYJ take OJ Howard, TE
R2 - 39: NYJ take John Ross, WR (I know, not a huge need area, but I could not pass on him and the trade back scenarios where not worth it IMO)
R2 - 52: NYJ Adoree Jackson, CB
R3 - 70: Marcus Williams, FS

Trade Up with Seattle - NYJ trades pick 107 and 191 for Seattle's 102

R3 - 102: NYJ Fabian Moreau, CB (could not believe he was till there so jumped to make sure we secured another high upside CB)

Overall, turned 3 top 107 picks into 5. Feel like I got great talent. I think Howard is a difference maker. Ross is one of the top WR and play makers in the draft. Then feel like I really remade our secondary with three guys who are play makers and good cover guys.

Thoughts??


I like it, we sure do need help on offensive.
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Jag68Sid87


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 27, 2017 9:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I would gladly take this draft, too.
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