Michael Meegan with a UDFA profile of WR George Campbell, from West Virginia
The sentiment around Joe Douglas’ first NFL Draft class has been rightly positive but I questioned why he did not double dip at receiver in what was heralded as the deepest WR class in years. Douglas did however make a very intriguing UDFA signing in George Campbell from West Virginia…
Michael Meegan with his final big board and mock for the 2020 NFL Draft
Here is what I think Joe Douglas’s big board will look like on Thursday night and a final mock draft prediction…
Michael Meegan reviews potential wide receiver pairings for the New York Jets in the 2020 NFL Draft
With next week’s draft approaching it seems it is highly likely the Jets use pick 11 to select an OT. This will be a massive boost to their offensive line but they still need to work on getting Sam Darnold more weapons. On Day two of the draft the Jets should potentially double dip at receiver with picks #48 and #79. Based on current mock drafts, I selected three pairings who could be available at those picks that fit the mold of the two receivers the Jets need to help complete their group…
Michael Meegan with a 7 round mock draft for the New York Jets…
Michael Meegan with a seven round mock draft for the New York Jets…
Michael Meegan with an aggressive offensive line plan for the New York Jets
An aggressive, outside of the box approach to the New York Jets radically improving their offensive line…
Michael Meegan with a look at two trade back options for the New York Jets at tackle
The New York Jets have to prepare for a scenario where none of the consensus top four tackles are available at #11. It has been widely speculated that Joe Douglas will not take receiver in round 1, no matter what so if this scenario happens expect the Jets to try to trade back. Here are two other tackles they could target if they trade back…
Michael Meegan on the New York Jets lesser known receivers potentially battling for playing time
A closer look at the wide receivers on the New York Jets depth chart who will be battling for playing time behind Jamison Crowder and Breshad Perriman…
Michael Meegan with initial reaction to the New York Jets signing ILB Patrick Onwuasor
Joe Douglas returned to the Baltimore well as the Jets have agreed to a 1-year deal with ILB Patrick Onwuasor. He is being reunited with former teammate CJ Mosley, who he formed quite the tandem with in 2017- 2018 when he racked up 149 tackles, 12 TFLs, 6 sacks, and 3 forced fumbles over the two-year stretch. His numbers dipped across the board in 2019 without Mosley and his PFF grade shot down almost 20 points from a 67.1 in 2018 to a 49.4.
Michael Meegan on the New York Jets bringing back cornerback Arthur Maulet and linebacker Neville Hewitt
Joe Douglas brought back two more internal free agents today, as the New York Jets signed both Neville Hewitt and Arthur Maulet to one year deals . Both played a much bigger role in 2019 than expected and due to their admirable performances were likely retained for depth purposes in 2020.
Michael Meegan with a closer look at the New York Jets free agent options at cornerback
Byron Jones and James Bradberry are the two top names on the CB market in free agency. Jones is likely going to command the largest contract ever handed out to a CB around the 16 million per year and Bradberry is reportedly seeking something similar around the 15 million per year mark.
The Jets have a major hole to fill at CB and I will look today to see if breaking the bank for either of these two guys is worth as Joe Douglas looks to fill the many holes on this roster.