With the NFL Draft being pushed back to May, fans will have to wait a little longer this year for one of the NFL’s most popular events. With many of the 2014 free agents finding new homes, this mock draft will be a little different than my first edition. Let’s dig in. Continue reading “2014 NFL Mock Draft: April Showers Edition”
It is nearly impossible to know how the board will fall come May. With that being said, the Jets needs are obvious. Things will change after free agency, but lets take at some potential prospects the Jets might select. Continue reading “New York Jets 7 Round NFL Mock Draft”
Cole Patterson proposes a New York Jets Mock Offseason including cuts, signings, and a mock draft!
For some, this period between free agency and the start of the season is the most exciting time in professional football. It is a time for hope and possibility. Before a cleat even touches turf, fans fantasize about what hot prospect their team may acquire and how they can improve the squad. With that in mind, we take a gaze at the New York Jets possible future using all the tools and educated guessing at our disposal. This article will account for salary cap (using the Salary Cap Calculator), average salaries, and signing bonuses (using SportTrac’s Records). It will also include a Mock Draft (DraftTek) and account for the rookie salary cap. For a better understanding of my logic see: Ranking Offseason Priorities for the New York Jets.
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Dalbin Osorio with his first mock draft of 2014
Yesterday was the deadline for underclassmen to declare for the NFL draft. Now that the day has passed, we now know who is eligible to be drafted in May. Also, teams (with the exception of the Browns) are filling their head coaching vacancies, so we can begin to speculate which way these teams will draft. Make sure you check out TOJ’s first mock draft by Connor Rogers and feel free to leave your comments below.
The Turn On The Jets staff has a live mock draft, follow right here or on Twitter
Joe Caporoso, Chris Gross, Mike Nolan and Mike Donnelly will be running live mock draft starting at 7PM tonight. Follow it right here.
Turn On The Jets Draft Writer Mike Nolan submits his predictions for the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft
With the first round of the NFL Draft only 9 days away, it is time to ramp up the mock drafts. This version does not account for trades, which will happen. Some teams in the top half that I can see making trades on draft day are Cleveland, Miami, and San Diego. There will be QBs taken in the 1st round, just not with any of the current picks, as a team like Arizona or Buffalo could trade into the mid to bottom first round to get a QB.
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Lead NFL Draft Editor Chris Gross with a New York Jets 7 Round Mock Draft, including hypothetical trade scenarios.
With just over two weeks until the 2013 NFL Draft, speculation is running more rampant than ever. Analysts, fans, NFL personnel, and everyone in between continue to project what they believe teams will do at certain positions in certain spots over the 3 day long event at the end of the month.
Turn On The Jets Staff Writer, Frank Giasone with an updated NFL Mock Draft. Who does he see the Jets landing at 9? Find out right here and be sure to check back daily for updated draft content right as we inch closer to the big night next month.
Staff Writer Frank Giasone highlights some potential 2013 NFL Draft scenarios for the New York Jets in rounds 1-4.
This is where things really get interesting. With April 25th quickly approaching, the excitement surrounding the 2013 NFL Draft gets amped up. For the New York Jets, this draft is one of the most important in recent memory, as the chances to rebuild (or reload, if you’re an optimist) a roster in desperate need of talent will hinge on a solid three days at Radio City Music Hall.
Along with a heightened anticipation comes a hoard of mock drafts from draft analysts everywhere. With countless scenarios capable of playing out, mocks don’t offer much more than educated guesswork. But while we all know it’s an inexact science, the truth is, they’re fun to read.
So it’s with those factors in mind that I decided to put together a four-round mock draft solely from the Jets perspective including multiple draft selections for each round, bracing for the likelihood that the most highly sought after player will be off the board when the Jets pick.
Chris Gross with the Turn On The Jets post combine 2013 NFL Mock Draft.
With the 2013 NFL Combine officially in the books, we are beginning to get a better idea of where prospects rank throughout the entire draft pool, as well as at their respective positions. The Franchise Tag deadline came and went on Monday, and with that, it is becoming slightly more feasible to identify team needs throughout the NFL. While these needs are subject to major change once the free agency period begins at the start of the new league year next week, let’s take a look at how the first round of this year’s draft could shake out, if it were to take place today. Continue reading “Turn On The Jets NFL Mock Draft 2.0”