Part of the reason the New York Jets were not hesitant about moving on from Brandon Marshall and may not be hesitant about moving on from Eric Decker is because of the presence of Robby Anderson. The rookie UDFA was one of the few bright spots of the 2016 season finishing with 42 receptions, 587 yards (14.0 yards per catch) and 2 touchdowns. What level of potential did Anderson show in 2016 and what is his long term ceiling in New York?
Regardless of what the Jets do in free agency, it is crucial they hit on a high percentage of their draft picks, because that is what all of the best teams do. The Steelers, Seahawks, Packers, Ravens, and Patriots are all examples of perennial contenders who make the occasional free agent splash but understand that there four days in April that make or break the long-term health of a franchise.
Episode 9 of Slight Work featuring Matt Camp lead Fantasy Football analyst for Bleacher Report
Joe Caporoso on the New York Jets releasing Brandon Marshall
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