New York Jets Mock Draft – Post Super Bowl Edition

Dalbin Osorio with his first mock for the 2018 NFL Draft, outlining all of the New York Jets selections…

This morning, Matt Miller dropped his seven round mock draft and it opened up the floodgates to takes and takes and even more takes. It seemed like the appropriate time to draft my full seven round New York Jets mock draft, but as a counter to Miller’s work. This is how I would draft if the board broke the way Miller has it is breaking. Miller also completed his draft assuming the Jets land Kirk Cousins. I will do the same.

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Author: Dalbin Osorio

Dalbin Osorio is a Case Planner for Graham-Windham, New York's oldest child welfare agency. He is, also, a student at the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College. Dalbin graduated from Monroe College with a degree in Business Administration. A 3 sport utility man in high school (think a mix of Jerome WIlliams, Brad Smith, and Jayson Nix), he joined TOJ in 2013.

New York Jets – A Plan For A 2018 Playoff Appearance

Greg Armstrong with a plan for the New York Jets to make the playoffs in 2018

These last two weekends of playoff football have given me that playoff football itch that us New York Jets fans haven’t experienced in seven whole years. The closest we got was a snowy, frigid Buffalo Sunday two years ago when Ryan Fitzpatrick threw the Jets playoff chances directly to Bills defenders not once, not twice, but three times. It’s been a long time coming so lets play the hypothetical game and build a team that gets the Jets to the playoffs. (more…)

Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: Sugar Bowl

Joe Malfa with a prospect preview viewing guide for the Sugar Bowl, Clemson vs. Alabama

As he has throughout the bowl season, Joe Malfa has a list of the top names to watch in each of the biggest bowl games. Because Alabama and Clemson have over a dozen draft prospects each, he decided to focus on the top three prospects from each team otherwise this would be a 4000 word article. This is the last bowl game of the season with the National Championship coming next week. We hope you enjoyed these bowl preview articles and you can follow Joe and the rest of our staff as they dive into draft breakdowns over the next three months.

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Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: Rose Bowl

Joe Malfa with a prospect preview viewing guide for the Rose Bowl, Oklahoma vs. Georgia

We are finally heading into the span of bowl games that features ranked teams with the top prospects that will make up the first few rounds of the draft. As he has throughout the bowl season, Joe Malfa has a list of the top names to watch in each of the biggest games.

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Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: Orange Bowl

We are finally heading into the span of bowl games that features ranked teams with the top prospects that will make up the first few rounds of the draft. As he has throughout the bowl season, Joe Malfa has a list of the top names to watch in each of the biggest games.

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Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: Fiesta Bowl

Joe Malfa with a prospect preview viewing guide for the Fiesta Bowl, Penn State vs. Washington

We are finally heading into the span of bowl games that features ranked teams with the top prospects that will make up the first few rounds of the draft. As he has throughout the bowl season, Joe Malfa has a list of the top names to watch in each of the biggest games.

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Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: Cotton Bowl

Joe Malfa with a prospect preview viewing guide for the Cotton Bowl, USC vs Ohio State

We are finally heading into the span of bowl games that features ranked teams with the top prospects that will make up the first few rounds of the draft. As he has throughout the bowl season, Joe Malfa has a list of the top names to watch in each of the biggest games.

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Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: Camping World Bowl

Joe Malfa with a prospect viewing guide for the Camping World Bowl, between Oklahoma State and Virginia Tech

‘Tis the season for over 40 college bowl games sponsored by some very obscure companies to celebrate the mediocrity of 6-6 teams. Surely there is an angry old man somewhere waving his fist screaming about how “everyone gets a trophy” and “the Millennials are ruining everything.” At TOJ, we love bowl season. Maybe not for the games because watching Western Kentucky against Georgia State is not very appealing, but it gives us a chance to watch some teams that we did not get a chance to watch this season and evaluate some prospects who may not have been regularly exposed to us.

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Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: Texas Bowl

Joe Malfa with a prospect viewing guide for the Texas Bowl (Texas vs. Missouri)

‘Tis the season for over 40 college bowl games sponsored by some very obscure companies to celebrate the mediocrity of 6-6 teams. Surely there is an angry old man somewhere waving his fist screaming about how “everyone gets a trophy” and “the Millennials are ruining everything.” At TOJ, we love bowl season. Maybe not for the games because watching Western Kentucky against Georgia State is not very appealing, but it gives us a chance to watch some teams that we did not get a chance to watch this season and evaluate some prospects who may not have been regularly exposed to us.

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Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: Pinstripe Bowl

Joe Malfa with a prospect preview viewing guide for Boston College vs Iowa in the Pinstripe Bowl

‘Tis the season for over 40 college bowl games sponsored by some very obscure companies to celebrate the mediocrity of 6-6 teams. Surely there is an angry old man somewhere waving his fist screaming about how “everyone gets a trophy” and “the Millennials are ruining everything.” At TOJ, we love bowl season. Maybe not for the games because watching Western Kentucky against Georgia State is not very appealing, but it gives us a chance to watch some teams that we did not get a chance to watch this season and evaluate some prospects who may not have been regularly exposed to us.

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