Dalbin Osorio with a TOJ Pick Six of 2018 NFL Draft thoughts for the New York Jets
We have finally made it to arguably the most important draft week of the last decade for the New York Football Jets. The Jets moved up to the third spot in the NFL Draft about a month ago, with their eyes on finally drafting a franchise QB. While there is some skepticism over who Jets General Manager Mike Maccagnan will pick, the odds are lined up for Jets fans to be very happy. That, coupled with an impactful offseason filled with younger additions, has Jets fans more excited than usual for the upcoming season. Here are six things I’m thinking as we enter this very important week.
Dalbin Osorio with six players the New York Jets can target with their 2018 cap space
With this article by ESPN’s Rich Cimini, eyes have now began to turn towards the 2018 offseason and a coffer filled with close to $80 million for the New York Jets. The team does not have many long term contracts, and it is a team that will now sink or swim with Christian Hackenberg, Darron Lee, Leo Williams, Quincy Enunwa, Brian Winters, and the Alpha of this team Jamal Adams. Gone are the veterans of this team, but you get the feeling that the Jets will not ignore free agency next year.
I can almost guarantee that the Jets will look to make a splash, if for no other reason than to meet the spending floor, and that guarantee will most likely be magnified if they decide to clean house one more time and fire their General Manager and Head Coach after only three seasons. Either way, expect them to spend, and here are six guys the Jets could look to target next offseason if they hit the market, who could be wearing a betfair new jersey in 2018.
Dalbin Osorio with a TOJ Pick Six of final thoughts on the New York Jets 2017 draft class
I always like to provide you all with my immediate thoughts (if you follow me on Twitter, you get those) and then give more in depth thoughts a couple of weeks later. Like what I hope Christian Hackenburg does not throw this season, let’s take this Pick Six back on the 2017 Jets draft class…
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Joe Malfa on six prospective trades in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft
The inherent flaw in creating mock drafts is the fact that they don’t account for trades. Joe Malfa takes a look at a few trades that may ultimately shake up the entire draft:
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Dalbin Osorio with a TOJ Pick Six on offensive and defensive linemen in the 2017 NFL Draft the New York Jets could target
For this week’s #PickSix, i’ll be going in the trenches to rank six offensive and defensive linemen in the 2017 NFL Draft the New York Jets could target. Some may think they don’t need to add players on either side, but this is a team that could stand to add depth. For clarification, this will not include EDGEs because to me, that has evolved into its own position group…
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Dalbin Osorio looks at the top six TE prospects in the NFL Draft and how the New York Jets will approach the position this April…
With this week’s #PickSix, the attention turns to the tight end position, a perpetual area of weakness for the New York Jets over the past few years…
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Dalbin Osorio ranks the top six receivers in the NFL Draft and considers if the Jets may take one this April…
With this week’s #PickSix, the attention turns to the pass catchers that will be aiming to make their mark in the NFL next year. While this isn’t a class to the level of the Beckham/Evans/Watkins class, there are contributors littered all over it. Let’s breakdown the guys that we think could do a good job of catching an errant Christian Hackenberg/Bryce Petty overthrow in this week’s #PickSix..
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Dalbin Osorio ranks the top six NFL Draft eligible running backs. Will the New York Jets consider any?
With this week’s #PickSix, the attention turns to the ballcarriers that are draft eligible. A lot of fans, due in large part to how good Ezekial Elliott looked this past year, have started to suggest that the New York Jets and other teams should take a running back in the first or second round. I’ll break down what I would do if i’m the Jets, and what I predict they will do. On to the running backs…
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Dalbin Osorio with a TOJ Pick Six ranking the top quarterbacks in the NFL Draft and predicting the Jets approach to the position this offseason…
With our eye towards the NFL draft, we begin with our first Pick Six positional breakdown. Below the ranking you will see my big board ranking for each player. Book mark the big board when it publishes, as we write our feedback on each player through the combine and their Pro Days. Without much further ado, let’s take this one to the house like what the Chiefs could’ve done to so many passes from Ben Roethlisberger…
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Dalbin Osorio with a TOJ Pick Six of Offensive Coordinator options for the New York Jets
The New York Jets lost their offensive coordinator Chan Gailey as he officially retired. Gailey’s retirement has been a subject of debate. In this writer’s opinion, the truth lies somewhere in the middle; Gailey openly spoke about retirement at the beginning of the season and he probably wasn’t as sold on second round pick Christian Hackenberg as the rest of the Jets front office and Head Coach Todd Bowles are. With this team, you just never know. With that said, the Jets now have a vacancy to fill and here are the six offensive coordinators the Jets should be considering to both develop Hackenberg and help improve what has historically been a pretty bad offense.
I will also pair the OC candidates with a veteran quarterback and a rookie that would fit, with explanations for the pairings provided over the next two weeks. I’m also including realistic options because I don’t think it makes sense to focus on guys like Mike McCoy, who should be in high demand for head coaching vacancies. Whereas our piece earlier focused on more known names, this one will focus on guys that I think the Jets should reach out to but who you might not hear linked to them.
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