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AFC East Future Power Rankings

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The idea that the Jets can't win anytime soon is dumb. They're going to have a top pick and tons of Cap Space. Any team can rebuild very quickly in the NFL. Argument sake. Let's say Darnold has a great year at USC and declares. The Jets get the number 1 pick and take him, and then they use their cap space to build around him. In that scenario, why couldn't the Jets be really competitive a year from now?


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On 7/12/2017 at 2:57 PM, Jetsfan80 said:

How the hell are the Browns NOT going to be solid in the near future? 

Myles Garrett, Jamie Collins, Emmanuel Ogbah, Jabrill Peppers, Kizer, David Njoku, Corey Coleman, G Joel Bitonio, G Kevin Zeitler, T Shon Coleman, ILB Christian Kirksey, Isaiah Crowell....all of those guys are 27 or younger.  And Joe Haden is still only 28. 

And of course, in 2018, the Browns have the following picks:



First round: (2) Own pick, Texans' pick via 2017 draft-day trade.

Second round: (3) Own pick, Eagles' pick via 2016 draft-day trade, Texans' pick via Brock Osweiler trade.

Third round: (1) Own pick.

Fourth round: (2) Own pick, Panthers' pick via Andy Lee trade.

Fifth round: (1) Own pick.

Sixth round: (2) Own pick, Steelers' pick via Justin Gilbert trade.

Seventh round: (1) Own pick.


12 total picks.  5 in the first 2 rounds, 8 in the first 4. 


It's insanity to put the Browns as # 32.  Insanity.

@HessStation back me up on this. 

Haters gonna hate. Browns are on a righteous path.


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