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  1. It’s now or never with Herndon. If he sh*ts the bed this summer you can bet your ass JD will sign Ertz on a 1yr prove it deal then pick a top line TE in next years draft.
  2. Never a big fan of the trade down, especially as you get in the 2nd round. The further you trade back the more uncertainty the prospects become. Make the pick at #34. He will most likely be a bonafide starter on day 1.
  3. JD knocked it out of the park last night after getting AVT. It’s not the sexy pick but it was an imperative move and went a long way to fix the OL. Now finish the job JD and take Jenkins at #34!
  4. It’s potato and macaroni salad not a leafy green salad. I’m hosting draft night not a Tupperware party. C’mon man.
  5. I’m hosting draft night this year. My two brothers and my brother in law will be there. One brother is a Jets fan while the other is a Giants fan. My in law is a Niners fan. I’m serving finger deli sandwiches, salads and wings. Will probably order pizza as well.
  6. I got a hunch we’re trading up and taking Slater when he slides down.
  7. According to the draft value chart it would cost a 3rd rounder. Jets may have to throw in a 4th rounder for good measure.
  8. I don’t get it. I’m still holding out hope the Jets draft him. If he drops like what the NFL draft experts are saying somebody is going to get a steal.
  9. Thats what I want to see. If there are no trade ups/downs take the best available OL at 23. With the 34th pick you take Harris or Etienne. My personal preference is Harris if he’s still there.
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