Joined: 08 Jan 2007
Location: Georgia by way of the Bronx
|Posted: Tue Jan 10, 2017 1:00 pm Post subject: How the Jets should approach the Draft and offseason FA
|There are so many glaring needs but I think we will all agree we need a player who is going to be a difference maker.
For that reason I think the Jets should look past a QB in round 1 and while the defensive line was a disappointment I believe there were other factors that played into to poor results.
Wilkerson I believe played hurt, Richardson disappeared (should be traded) for either a player or draft pick.
While I would like to draft a stud lineman, there doesn't seem to be any worth of a top 6 pick.
So where are the Jets weakest besides QB? CB, in the 1st round the Jets should draft a CB Tabor is lights out an impact player who would both help the secondary and simultaniously the D Line.
In the second round they should draft an offensive player who will have the greatest impact, again, a game changer.
I see all the names with Fournette and Cook, among others, but there is one who I liken to "Beastmode" and is a whopping 250 pounds with good speed.
D'Onta Foreman from Texas IMHO if this guy lasts through the first round I would be surprised.
I think the Jets should sign Mangold for another year, restructure some contracts, release some players.
But I don't want to make a big plunge into FA, but build through the draft.
We can wait another year for a QB 2018 is poised to be a better year for QB's.
So there you have it, the first 2 rounds 2 guy's who will come in take points off the board and put points on the board.
Check out the videos on both of these players, I think you will be agreeing I have a legitmate point.