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BEST DRAFT OPTIONS FOR NY JETS

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Selection:

Round 1:  OLB, Jarvis Jones - Georgia / OLB, Barkevious Mingo - LSU /  OG, Chance Warmack - Alabama

Round 2:  RB, Eddie Lacy - Alabama

Round 3:  QB, EJ Manuel - Florida State

Round 4:  OG, Alvin Bailey - Arkansas

Round 5:  CB, Tyrann Mathieu - LSU

Round 6:  WR, Marcus Davis - VT / WR, Dan Buckner - Arizona

Round 7:  DT, Montori Hughes - Tenn / DT, Kawann Short - Purdue

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Factor in the Revis trade, and we can get 2 in the first, 2 in the 2nd.

That to me is: Jarvis Jones and DJ Fluker (first)

and WR, TE (second)

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Lacy is too much like Shonn Greene. I'd rather go Gio Bernard.

----- > Lacy's explosiveness puts him in a whole different category. He runs a 4.44 40 time where greene only runs a 4.62 40. Eddie Lacy is a raw talent coming from the best football program in the country. Eddie Lacy is a player who can have an immediate impact and also can create offensive plays where the jets would need him to do so. I think Lacy is right choice in Round 2 for the jets if they want to have any chance at a Superbowl next year. He's a player who they shouldn't pass up.

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Bernard is gone by their 2nd pick unless he sucks up his combine or pro day. I don't think Lacy comparisons to Greene are fair. That said, not sure either he or Manuel (whom i'm somewhat a fan of, out of the QB group) fit the new offensive system anyway.

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Lacy is too much like Shonn Greene. I'd rather go Gio Bernard.

What do Lacy and Gio have in common? I'll give you a hint: Warmack. Cooper.

That's where I'd go with the draft.

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What do Lacy and Gio have in common? I'll give you a hint: Warmack. Cooper.

That's where I'd go with the draft.

Yeah, I have no problem with Warmack at 9 or Cooper if they traded back for extra picks.

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Lacy is too much like Shonn Greene. I'd rather go Gio Bernard.

----- > Lacy's explosiveness puts him in a whole different category. He runs a 4.44 40 time where greene only runs a 4.62 40. Eddie Lacy is a raw talent coming from the best football program in the country. Eddie Lacy is a player who can have an immediate impact and also can create offensive plays where the jets would need him to do so. I think Lacy is right choice in Round 2 for the jets if they want to have any chance at a Superbowl next year. He's a player who they shouldn't pass up.

You have to remember that 1) Lacy played behind an NFL offensive line in college and 2) he wasn't the best RB on his own team. He was basically used as a change of pace back. Edited by unbanmadmike1
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my concern with Mingo is that is he a Mavin clone??? Anyone?

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These selections are perfect and exactly who the jets need to pursue

what are the positions?
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Really like Bernard. that hustle

 

 

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Really like Bernard. that hustle

 

 

 

 

       ---- > This type of play happens once a season if you're lucky enough to be in the right spot at the right time.  Bernard didn't really create that play.  

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       ---- > This type of play happens once a season if you're lucky enough to be in the right spot at the right time.  Bernard didn't really create that play.  

This play isnt the only reason i like him and yes it was a right place right time lucky play but arent the great players the ones that always seem lucky?

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Rd 1 OLB, Jarvis Jones if he gone trade down to get OG, Chance Warmack.  Rd's 2 QB, Tyler Wilson ILB, Kevin Minter with the 2nd Pick from trading down TE, Zach Ertz or TE, Tyler Eifert.  3rd Rd's RB, Eddie Lacy or RB, Joseph Randle or OT/RT Dallas Thomas.

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I think EJ Manuel has the edge over Tyler Wilson.  I believe his potential as a starting quarterback in the NFL is what could make him one of the best picks in the draft.  

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JMO Eddie lacy goes higher than anyone is projecting. like 21 to CIN. 

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Selection:

Round 1:  OLB, Jarvis Jones - Georgia / OLB, Barkevious Mingo - LSU /  OG, Chance Warmack - Alabama

Round 2:  RB, Eddie Lacy - Alabama

Round 3:  QB, EJ Manuel - Florida State

Round 4:  OG, Alvin Bailey - Arkansas

Round 5:  CB, Tyrann Mathieu - LSU

Round 6:  WR, Marcus Davis - VT / WR, Dan Buckner - Arizona

Round 7:  DT, Montori Hughes - Tenn / DT, Kawann Short - Purdue

Nice list, but I prefer Gio Bernard over Lacy especially since we've switched to West Coast offense. Better fit.

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Mayock listed Bernard as his 4th best back. Lacy is his first.

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Some dark horse names to consider in the fourth round: 

 

Jonathon Franklin  

Michael Christine  

Le'Veon Bell 

Stepfan Taylor  

 

in that order. 

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