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GreenBean is back and this week he is in sunny Orlando Florida. The New York Jets offseason has begun. Adam Gase is out and we have learned that Joe Douglas has more power. Christopher Johnson let everyone know that Douglas will be leading the effort to find a new coach.

What will Joe Douglas do?

That is the big question, what we know so far is they are casting a wide net and interviewing many coaches.. We live in a Zoom world so the interview process is much easier for round one at least. As the Jets work on who the next head coach will be, there are plenty of other questions. Trading Sam Darnold and taking a QB with the 2nd pick in the draft is an option. There will be lots of smoke and mirrors through draft day.

The thing is Joe Douglas won’t tip his hand. There will be a lot of talk and made up stories. Stay patient Douglas is almost done cleaning up the mess he inherited from Mike Maccagnan. The Jets have options and the future is looking better. Watch the video and let us know what you think in the JetNation forums.

 

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greenbean is making some good points.  at this point anything can happen.  i'm sure someone will post the schedule of events such as when free agency begins or the combine starts and so on.  right now the jets are intent are getting the head coach and the staff together.  as for mcshay's comments about a trade it's possible that it may include a playoff team.  i seriously doubt if true, either team would discuss it until the teams are knocked out.  same thing with the coaches of the playoff teams.  none of them will be announced until the playoffs are over.

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9 hours ago, JetNation said:

NY Jets Offseason

GreenBean is back and this week he is in sunny Orlando Florida. The New York Jets offseason has begun. Adam Gase is out and we have learned that Joe Douglas has more power. Christopher Johnson let everyone know that Douglas will be leading the effort to find a new coach.

What will Joe Douglas do?

That is the big question, what we know so far is they are casting a wide net and interviewing many coaches.. We live in a Zoom world so the interview process is much easier for round one at least. As the Jets work on who the next head coach will be, there are plenty of other questions. Trading Sam Darnold and taking a QB with the 2nd pick in the draft is an option. There will be lots of smoke and mirrors through draft day.

The thing is Joe Douglas won’t tip his hand. There will be a lot of talk and made up stories. Stay patient Douglas is almost done cleaning up the mess he inherited from Mike Maccagnan. The Jets have options and the future is looking better. Watch the video and let us know what you think in the JetNation forums.

 

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Not so bold predictions:

1. Jets stand pat at #2 and take Fields. No trade down. No Sewell. No Wilson. No crazy Watson trade.

2. Jets DON'T trade Darnold until mid season- DEPENDING on his play. 

3. JD trades out of the Seattle pick to add more draft capital. 

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Not such bad Ideas though. I can see this going one of two ways (or 3 lol)  We take the aggressive approach and load up with lots of moves or we play a more conservative game and settle with the moves we've already made to gain capital.  There is a case to be made for both of them. 

Standing pat would mean we have 5 picks in the first 3 rds. Very nice.  QB, OL, EDGE, WR, TE (or CB) can all be addressed quite well that way. 

Moving back and trading Sam can get even more but you lose out on the top tier QB's in this draft. But the team you could build like that should be much more serviceable for whoever the QB is. Maybe Sam. Maybe Mac Jones later.  Adding two OL, a WR, TE, EDGE, LB CB all from the first 3 rds or so. Also not to shabby. It's all about the QB to see which way we wanna go. 

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