Joe Caporoso with thoughts on Jace Amaro, Dexter McDougle and what the New York Jets could do on day three of the 2014 NFL Draft
The New York Jets added tight end Jace Amaro and cornerback Dexter McDougle on day two of the NFL Draft. Here are a few quick thoughts on the selections and what to look for today as the Jets attack day three of the 2014 NFL Draft
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We are very close to the end of this excruciatingly long wait for the NFL Draft. Here is a last minute guide to the interior offensive line prospects teams will be looking at all weekend. Check here for a guide to this year’s offensive tackle prospects. Continue reading “2014 NFL Draft: Interior Linemen”
Mike Nolan ranks the top offensive tackles in the 2014 NFL Draft
We are very close to the end of this excruciatingly long wait for the NFL Draft. Here is a last minute guide to the offensive tackle prospects teams will be looking at all weekend. Check back tomorrow for a guide on the interior offensive lineman in the Draft.
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Connor Rogers continues his “Top Five” series, breaking down the best tight ends the 2014 NFL Draft has to offer.
With the top five quarterbacks in the books, it is time to move on to the tight ends. Jets fans should keep an eye on this group, as I would be shocked if none of these guys are wearing Jet green and white after the NFL Draft. Continue reading “2014 NFL Draft Top Five Series: Tight Ends”
Connor Rogers debuts his “Top Five” series, starting with the quarterbacks of the 2014 NFL Draft class.
As we inch closer to the 2014 NFL Draft, Connor Rogers will bring his “top five” for each position. Let’s start out with one of the most controversial groups, the quarterbacks. Continue reading “2014 NFL Draft Top Five Series: Quarterbacks”
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. Continue reading “2014 NFL Mock Draft: April Showers Edition”
Dalbin Osorio breaks down how there is talent available at every spot of the NFL Draft
Now that the first couple of weeks of free agency have passed and the collegiate pro days have begun, much attention has turned to the NFL Draft. The New York Jets, armed with 12 selections, are one of the teams to watch. Last year, the Jets were able to walk out with the Defensive Rookie of The Year, a cornerback that finished the season winning rookie of the month honors, a potential franchise quarterback, and an improving left guard.
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Connor Rogers breaks down a few players the New York Jets might take in the first round.
Now that free agency is dying down, the NFL Draft will re-enter the discussion in full force. John Idzik took a conservative approach in free agency and will look to the draft to round out his New York Jets roster. With an abundance of picks in May, the Jets are in a good position to fill some glaring holes.
In the meantime, the most heated topic seems to be in regards to what the team will do at 18 overall in the first round. Let’s take a look at some of the candidates who could be holding up the green and white jersey in Radio City Music Hall. Continue reading “New York Jets – First Round Candidates”
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. Continue reading “The War Room: NFL Draft Debate Round One”
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 stone. With that being said, let’s check out who I think is the clear cut best tight end prospect in the 2014 NFL Draft: UNC’s Eric Ebron. Continue reading “2014 NFL Draft Prospect: Eric Ebron”