Greg Armstrong with a seven round mock draft for the New York Jets
We’re heading into the last quarter of the season with the Jets have more holes to fill on the roster than stable positions. It’s been a long tumultuous season filled with some ups but mostly downs. Joe Douglas has his work cut out for him and he needs to hit on a high rate of players not only in free agency, but complementing a good free agency period with a very good draft. I took a stab at filling some needs for the 2020 Jets. (draft done with TDN Mock Simulator with their TDN predictive board). (more…)
Clayton Smarslok with his week 5 college football cheat sheet
After a week hiatus due to life going on, we are back. No worries though, there will be updates from the last two weeks as well as an outlook for the slate of games this weekend and an updated ranking at the wide receiver position. We are approaching the heart of the in-conference games, meaning we get more rivalry games. When this part of the season comes around, you start to get a better idea of most of the prospects that are eligible for the upcoming draft. Just like the NFL, the rust has definitely worn off by now and should be getting 100% from every player on the field from here on out, it’s just a matter of who can do it consistently. I’m here to do just that for you, enjoy!