The NFL draft is over, which means one thing and one thing only: It is time to give all of the picks a definitive grade and see just how well the New York Jets did. This year, the Jets made 7 picks including trading a pick in 2017 to trade up into round 5. All of the picks are graded on an A++ (think Revis in 2007) through F– (think Vernon Gholston) scale, so lets see how Mike Maccagnan and company did this year. Like the legend in the picture above, let’s hope that the Jets know something that the people up here don’t.
We are back with another edition of the TOJ #PickSix. This week, we will share some thoughts on the New York Jets heading into the next phase of the offseason after the 2016 NFL Draft…
Joe Caporoso, Dalbin Osorio and David Aitken review the 2016 New York Jets draft class. What was the thinking behind each of the picks and how do they grade out from a value and fit standpoint? Will Christian Hackenberg make or break this class? How many immediate contributors did the Jets find for their defense? We break it all down and more below..
Joe Caporoso recaps the New York Jets 2016 draft class: Where they fit and who they compare to…
Joe Caporoso on the New York Jets two 7th round selections: Punter Lachlan Edwards and
Joe Caporoso with initial reaction to the New York Jets trading up to take South Carolina offensive lineman Brandon Shell in the 5th round
Joe Caporoso on the New York Jets taking CB Juston Burris in the 4th round with the 118th overall pick
Joe Caporoso with initial reaction to the New York Jets 3rd round pick of Georgia outside linebacker Jordan Jenkins