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  1. nailed it
  2. f*ck yes
  3. assuming Garrett goes at 1, this should be our board at 6. I'm not in favor of Trubisky or Watson at that slot, but have to think we'd be working the phones in an effort to trade down. Browns at 12 an ideal candidate. and again if we're subscribing to the swing at the QB pinata until a good competent one comes out, then so be it. people on this board seem to think the world will end if we take another DB at 6. perhaps we're not realizing that we play Tom Brady twice a year and also have to deal with Big Ben/Luck/D Carr/Mariota/Dalton for the next 5 years. we need a good secondary. the league has changed to pass first. we have an elite front line if they play to their best ability. fill out the back-end and we're back to a top 10 D. I'm sick of d-line picks. we got burned by Dee Milliner and Kyle Wilson at CB, so what. jury's still out on Calvin. Malik Hooker to play centerfield to pair with Calvin's run stuffing abilities feels like a great fit to me. 7 picks last year and took 3 to the house. via Rob Rang: Last season only two teams (Cleveland, Detroit) allowed a worse ratio of touchdown passes allowed to interception than the Jets, which surrendered 32 scores and only picked off 10 passes. Given the aggressive nature of defensive-minded head coach Todd Bowles and general manager Mike Maccagnan's trusted Best Player Available strategy, it is easy to envision the duo falling in love with Hooker, whose range and ball skills (seven interceptions in 2016) could have the Jets flying much higher in 2017. Fournette/OJ Howard/R Foster would be my next tier. regardless, if we trust Mike, then we're taking the best player available. my $0.02. 8 days to go
  4. GOD FORBID someone tries to look at the positives. edit apologies to Tom Shane for name calling. people should post whatever they want to post. free country. nature of this message board always being negative/sarcastic has worn on me. I guess thats the just the internet though. Peace.
  5. Cimini column on QB at 6: I brought up North Carolina's Mitchell Trubisky, who has been linked to the Jets in many mock drafts, including Mel Kiper's latest version. Gruden said he'd be surprised if the Jets, even with their quarterback issues, take Trubisky at No. 6 overall. "I can’t see them going that high for that," Gruden said. "There’s a lot of unknown with some of these quarterbacks. Five of the seven are underclassmen. Trubisky has played one year of college football. I don’t know. A lot of it will be dependent on what they truly think of their young quarterbacks they currently have." Gruden likes Trubisky's upside, but he said the lack of experience (13 starts in college) is a "concern." Of the seven quarterbacks who participated in Gruden's QB Camp TV series, which starts April 11 on ESPN2, Trubisky had by far the fewest amount of starts. I agree with Gruden on two points: It's too risky to take Trubisky at six and the Jets' feelings about Christian Hackenberg and Bryce Petty will come to the surface in this draft. If they draft Trubisky, a possibility, it would be a blow to both young passers.
  6. assuming: Garrett off board, Jonathan Allen, Solomon Thomas off board? Malik Hooker? not really a fan there. M Lattimore? Obi M? or a suprise type like that? hopefully a QB goes off the board? than maybe Jamal is in play..... 6) J Adams if not I am eyeing: Mike Williams Leonard Fournette OJ Howard Trubisky / Watson if we have to??? trade down!!!
  7. lost me at Trubisky but damn I love me some D'Onta Foreman and Budda Baker D'Onta 4.45 40 at UT proday this week, at 235 lbs! Budda slight concerns that he would be a C Pryor type. started every game since a freshman tho and won state championships and track titles in HS. could be a stud as a centerfield safety
  8. rich man's version of Manziel, no thanks at 6 2nd/3rd round then we're talking
  9. Jets draft so far is fire!!! Malik Hooker Ohio State FS JuJu Smith-Schuster Southern California WR Ethan Pocic LSU C Alex Anzalone Florida OLB Howard Wilson Houston CB Jeremy Sprinkle Arkansas TE Jeremy McNichols Boise State RB
  10. C mock draft grade for me. Jets No. 1 Team Need: Quarterback Silva’s Analysis The Jets’ only quarterbacks under contract are Bryce Petty, Christian Hackenberg, and 38-year-old Josh McCown. New OC John Morton comes from New Orleans, where Sean Payton emphasized a timing-and-rhythm passing attack that spread out defenses and sought to create matchup advantages. Jets No. 2 Team Need: Offensive Line Silva’s Analysis The Jets have short- and long-term question marks at both tackle spots and center, where LT Ryan Clady, RT Breno Giacomini and C Nick Mangold were all released after the season. Current OT starters Kelvin Beachum and Ben Ijalana are coming off poor years. C Wesley Johnson is a restricted free agent who could leave after the season. Jets No. 3 Team Need: Defensive Back Silva’s Analysis It would be easier to name positions at which the bottoming-out Jets are not needy. Secondary deficiencies stand out with CBs Morris Claiborne and Marcus Williams under control only through 2017, and FS Marcus Gilchrist expected to be released after tearing his patellar tendon. 2014 first-round pick Calvin Pryor has been a disappointment. Slot corner Buster Skrine has endured multiple concussions. Other Considerations: Tight End, Edge Pass Rusher, Wide Receiver Norris’ Mock Draft Round 1 (6): QB Mitchell Trubisky, UNC - If this pick is not a quarterback, I think it will be Alabama linebacker Reuben Foster. If the Jets have identified a quality starter in this draft, Christian Hackenberg does not matter. It could be similar to the Jimmy Clausen, Cam Newton situation, minus Hackenberg not seeing the field (thank you). The Jets are the most tight-lipped organization in the NFL, so this is a total guess. Round 2 (39): T Taylor Moton, Western Michigan - Moton reminds me so much of Kelechi Osemele, and depending on the team will be viewed as a guard or starting right tackle. He is an immediate contributor, something the Jets desperately need along their offensive line. Round 3 (70): C Ethan Pocic, LSU - Pocic is a plug and play guard or center. Yes, there is a theme here. The Jets, and other teams, should look at other clubs with young quarterbacks and question why some have success and others don’t. A major differentiator: quality offensive lines. Round 3 (107): CB Teez Tabor, Florida - I know Teez was mocked in the first round at some point this season, but his current athletic profile is poor, which could really drop his evaluation in this deep corner class. Round 5 (150): LB Alex Anzalone, Florida - Anzalone struggled to stay on the field consistently at Florida, but so many on that staff advocate for his ability. Could he be the next Jordan Hicks? The Jets will move on from David Harris at some point. Round 6 (191): WR Josh Malone, Tennessee - Malone is an intriguing late-round prospect who can win down the field. the question is if his game expands beyond that. Round 7 (224): TE Darrell Daniels, Washington - The Jets don’t necessarily feature a true tight end, and Daniels likely won’t impact a team during his rookie year. He played more in 2014 than in 2015 or 2016. However, he has skills to work with.
  11. best player available vs best quarterback available it seems like this will turn into A if the strategy is swing at the pinata until a competent good QB comes out by all means Watson or Trubisky at 6 B or snatch Mike Williams / Corey Davis / OJ Howard / Jamal Adams / Lattimore / Fournette?? to me option B is preferable in this scenario and give me Davis Webb / Mahomes / Peterman in 2nd/3rd! but I understand option A and JIF's and others argument for it Tough call for Mac/Bowles in the end no matter what I suppose
  12. "Franchise quarterback"
  13. slight exaggeration maybe fine but isn't that what internet message boards are for!? lol maybe you're OK completely throwing away top 50 picks. maybe we're used to this in Jets land, Kyle Brady/Dwayne Robertson/Gholston types. I'm not OK with that. there were red flags all over Hack, poor year, poor attitude, complete mope off the field and we ignored all that because we started scouting him a year ago? bs. instead of Hack at 51 we could have had at: Deion Jones (monster), Su'a Cravens, Mackensie Alexander, Tyler Boyd, Cody Whitehair, James Bradberry, Darian Thompson, Jon Bullard, Braxton Miller, CJ Prosise (and some guy named Dak) rather have any of them on my roster than someone who was deemed so bad that they couldnt get one snap during a lost season
  14. if Maccagnan cant get Hackenburg onto the field then he should be fired. said it that night it was a waste of a pick and it ruined our draft. that being said, I voted option B, do not take QB at 6 this year. none of them are worth it. # 36 pick, now that is a different story. any of the 3 slide there and I think we'd have to take one and throw him into the QB competition. Mahomes too. but the # 6 pick should be used to draft a stud/aka the best player available. the # 6 pick should not be used to draft another project QB.