Alka Posted December 25, 2022 Share Posted December 25, 2022 Before the Jets drafted Zach Wilson, there seemed to be so many Jets fans that questioned whether Zach Wilson was good enough to be picked by the Jets with the #2 pick. He came from a small college, the competition wasn't the best, he only played well in his last season, he's not prototypical big enough, tall enough, etc.... Yes, I defended Zach intensely to the end, but before the Jets drafted Zach, I started a thread saying that the Jets should keep Darnold and trade the pick for draft capital. Before we drafted Zach, I didn't want him, like so many other Jets fans. Of course, once we drafted him, I was "all in on him", since I bleed green. What is my point? My point is, if there were so many fans who didn't want Zach, then "How could every single Jets scout and leader who evaluates players be all-in on Zach Wilson?" How is it that not one person that we're aware of, who works for the Jets organization in evaluating talent, not say "wait a minute!" "I don't believe that we should be drafting Zach Wilson?" Did Zach really dupe every single evaluator on the Jets? How come so many Jets fans didn't believe in him, but every single Jets scout absolutely "loved" Zach? That's how it seemed to me, when we all watched the shows submitted to us by the Jets pre-draft and up to the draft. Are the Jets evaluators lacking the balls to stand up to JD and the consensus? Great organizations encourage debate, but I just wonder if the Jets organization encourage debate the way other successful organizations encourage debate? 1 1 2 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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