A week ago I began to rank the Jets 2014 draft picks based on potential, need, and value. After going over the top six, it is time to wrap the series up and take a look at the bottom six. Let’s dig in. Continue reading
Cole Patterson breaks down the New York Jets first round pick, safety Calvin Pryor. Click here for a look at our breakdown of third round pick Dexter McDougle and stay tuned for breakdowns of the rest of the Jets draft picks…
It is no secret that many of us here on Turn On The Jets were huge fans of Jace Amaro heading into the NFL draft this year. Personally, I felt like he had all the tools to be a perfect fit in Marty Mornhinweg’s offense and he would do wonders for Geno Smith, who didn’t have many reliable targets last year as a rookie. When the #18 pick rolled around and the Jets were on the clock, Amaro was on my short list of players I wanted to see have his name called (as I tweeted). As we know, that didn’t happen, and while I loved the Calvin Pryor selection, I was a little bit bummed that we may have missed out on the next Jimmy Graham or Gronk. Continue reading
Connor Rogers ranks the New York Jets 2014 NFL Draft selections, part one
Mike O’Connor breaks down the thinking behind the Jets’ selection of Dexter McDougle in the third round of the NFL Draft
Joe Caporoso on the New York Jets perceived “need” at wide receiver
Joe Caporoso reviews all of the New York Jets day 3 selections in the NFL Draft
With the 233th pick in the 2014 NFL Draft the New York Jets selected Trevor Reilly, Linebacker, Utah.