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Posted 20 Jan 2017updated drafts has us changing the WR in round 2
New York Jets: JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR, USC
Given all of the problems Brandon Marshall caused in the locker room, I can't imagine him being back with the team next year. With that in mind, the Jets will need to find a No. 2 receiver to play across from Eric Decker.
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Posted 12 Jan 2017Enuma was not a stud - he's coming along , but no stud
BILAL was a stud
Sheldon was a DUD and a dick
while enunwa's stats weren't great he's made some amazing plays for us in 2016 never took plays off, and was a huge part of the sucess in the run game with his blocking. I think he earned a stud status personally
Posted 10 Jan 2017Overall I agree with you, I'm bleh with Trubisky at 6, but anything to replenish our secondary is good. I do think if Marshall leaves our receiving corps lacks that true #1, but it's not worth an early round pick, or any, for that matter, given that depth you mentioned. We do need to see what Smith can do, granted he has to get to a point he can stay on the damn field.
However, there a few things to consider. First and foremost, Mac clearly believes in drafting the best player available. Given the abysmal state of our roster, that philosophy works perfectly fine. Second, our biggest gaps on the roster are o-line, secondary, and QB. Prioritize them however you like, we need help in the worst way possible at each of those areas. Third, let's consider where there is actually talent in this draft. In my view....it ain't all that great. It's well documented this is a dreadful QB class. Trib and Kizer are the top talents, which is concerning. Trib is inexperienced, Kizer inconsistent. I'd personally take Trib over Kizer, but I wouldn't feel comfortable taking him as high as 6. I wouldn't touch Watson until round 3. No true blue chip o-linemen either. Some solid RBs, but like you said not the biggest need. There are some intriguing guys in the secondary. I love Jamal Adams from LSU. I know safety isn't sexy in the top 10, but Adams is a damn hawk, and combining that with the onslaught of big passes we gave up, I wouldn't object to getting a good center fielder. If he declares, I'm really intrigued by Jabrill Peppers. Seems like a potential Tyrann Mathieu. Malik Hooker from OSU is also pretty good. There are some pretty good CBs too. I really like Teez Tabor from Florida and Marlon Humphrey from Bama. As far as front 7, obviously Garrett and Allen are studs, but doubtful to fall to us at 6. I really like Tim Williams from Bama, it'd be great to finally get that sack artist in the mold of a Vic Beasley, but attention should be paid to some of his off the field issues.
Ultimately, this leaves us in a strange spot. Mac's history says BPA, which in this draft is either going to be someone on the defense (much more Draft talent on this side of the ball) or a RB (Fournette or Cook). However, I'm sure he and Bowles feel some job insecurity and wouldn't expect to return if we have a shit season with little player development. Having said that, their best bet to bolster their job security after 2017 is to invest big in a QB this year. Ultimately, who we pick will depend on how much heat Mac & Todd feel. If they're on eggshells, I would expect a QB. If they're feeling secure, Mac will stick with BPA. Personally, I'd go BPA in round 1 and even consider trading down for more picks (we need them). No matter where we pick round 1, BPA is most likey netting us a defender, probably in the secondary, which I'm cool with. Rounds 2, 3, and 4 I would personally just devote to the offensive line. Clady, Mangold, and Breno are probably goners. No guarantee Winters is back. Having said that, we could have Tom Brady behind center and it wouldn't matter because he'd end up on his ass half the time he dropped back. I'd rather build the walls before installing the chandelier.
I agree with all of this. I also like BPA but the issue is fournette will be the BPA most likely and RB isn't close to a huge need right now. Another option could be trading down. I wouldn't mind trading down for extra picks.
Posted 4 Jan 2017John Defilippo is a candidate to replace Gailey. He was Sanchizes QB coach with the Jets. Currently with Eagles.
Gross. I'd take mike mccoy. he got good QB play out of shitty QBs with the broncos and adjusts well for his QBs talent as far as play calls. Outside of him I don't see anyone really viable. maybe the QB coach from NO? he has to have learned a lot from sean peyton who runs a great offense. or the QB coach in ATL who helped groom ryan and also works under a great OC.
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