With the NFL Draft being pushed back to May, fans will have to wait a little longer this year for one of the NFL’s most popular events. With many of the 2014 free agents finding new homes, this mock draft will be a little different than my first edition. Let’s dig in.
Dalbin Osorio breaks down how there is talent available at every spot of the NFL Draft
Connor Rogers breaks down a few players the New York Jets might take in the first round.
The Jets are on the clock with the 18th overall pick. Odell Beckham Jr. and Brandin Cooks are both available. Connor Rogers is yelling to take one, preferably Cooks. Fellow draft analyst Mike O’Connor is shouting back to avoid both. Let’s listen in on their conversation inside the war room.
The Jets are coming into the 2014 offseason with tight end at the top of their “needs” list. With Kellen Winslow and Jeff Cumberland set to become free agents, former 2013 UDFA Zach Sudfeld will be the only tight end on the active roster. There are reports Cumberland may return, but nothing is set in …
Mike Nolan provides his scouting report for the NFL Draft on Notre Dame Offensive Lineman Zack Martin.
It is nearly impossible to know how the board will fall come May. With that being said, the Jets needs are obvious. Things will change after free agency, but lets take at some potential prospects the Jets might select.
Connor Rogers brings you the Jets underrated needs for the 2014 NFL Draft.
With the draft pushed back until May this year, the wait is painful. On the other hand, it creates a longer free agency period and more time for prospect breakdowns. As the draft talk heats up, lets go over a few common aspects all should be weary of before the big event in May takes …
We’re still getting snow up here in the Northeast, but the NFL Draft is creeping closer and closer. Thus, it’s time to tackle some of the better fits for the Jets at another position of need: tight end.