What you think?
Do the Jets stay at 9, trade up or trade down ?
Posted 12 February 2013 - 11:46 AM
I think Idzik makes a statement that the days of staying or trading up are gone and he trades down, accumulates picks and changes current Jets philosophy of how to build a team
"No straight lines make up my life, and all my roads have bends;
There's no clear-cut beginnings, and so far no dead-ends."
Posted 12 February 2013 - 11:48 AM
Think they will stay at 9. There will be decent value there at a position of need that won’t be there later in the draft. OLB
This will also be a tough draft to trade down in. I just don’t see a player that will be there that another team will be in a must have situation for. Very weak draft up front
Posted 14 February 2013 - 07:41 AM
I don't think there is a player worth trading up for and if even they did would they be able to pay a guy taken in the top 5 with the cap mess they have now?
Trading down and getting a late 1st and mid 2nd round pick for the #9 makes more sense for a team full of holes.
Posted 14 February 2013 - 08:38 AM
If there are a few they like, and they can make a move down just a couple spots, that would be nice, too. But again, it takes two to tango. There needs to be a team that hungry to move up.
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Posted 14 February 2013 - 09:05 AM
Stay at 9 unless Jones and Mingo are gone, then Trade down. You have to really go BPA.
My thoughts are we all have our personal favorites. But chances are at least 2 of these guys will be studs, 2 will be solid starters and 2 will probably suck. Just gotta hope they at least get 1 out of the 4 good ones....Moore, Mingo, Jones, Jordan, Werner, Ansah.
Also maybe some guys fit the system better but if I'm Idzik I'm just drafting who I think the best player is, with Rex on a short one year leash.
Posted 14 February 2013 - 12:17 PM
With a team that so desperately lacks true impact players on both side of the ball, offensive clearly moreso, you do not trade down out of the top 10 where they most likely will be selected. Stipulation: if none of the players we graded out as a top 10 selection is left, moving down is the obvious choice as you do not want to reach. BPA all the way.
Posted 14 February 2013 - 12:30 PM
I hate to say it but scouting is HUGE this year. If we have a pass rusher that we rate as a stud and they are on the board then you take them. If we rate say jones at a 20 something player then a team will value him enough to move up and get him. Then we can trade down getting the extra picks we need and pick BPA.
Kinda of year you are not going to have a good player just handed to you because you have a high pick. they are going to have to do there home work.
This team needs offensive play makers more then anything. Extra picks give you the freedom to take a few chances on WR, RB and TE in the 2nd and 3rd rounds to hit on a gem.
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