With no realistic playoff hopes, it’s time for the New York Jets to starting looking towards the future and start focusing on the 2017 NFL Draft. Here’s some potential players the Jets could be looking to add this April.
With the season rapidly coming off the rails for the Jets, it is time to start looking to the future. If the season ended today, the Jets would own the 5th pick in the draft. The current mid-season mock drafts have the Jets using that pick on either Leonard Fournette or Jabrill Peppers. Our Joe Malfa explores which player would be the better option for the Jets:
The 2014 New York Jets hit rock bottom. Whoever inherited the team in 2015 was not inheriting a quick fix, despite the cap situation left by John Idzik. This year has been a crash back to earth to just how far the Jets still have to go. Below are a few examples of teams that were in a position similar to the Jets in one way or another fairly recently, and how they’ve turned it around. Let’s take a look at what everyone – from the fans and their expectations, the ownership, to the men in charge of running the team – can learn from these franchises.
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