Originally Posted by TJ
Bart Scott is gone. We need to replace him. Minter is a beast. 2013 is a rebuilding year. We are stuck with Sanchez for next year. There aren't a lot of options for QB for us this season. I would try and get a vet (Moore?) on our roster for the year to compete with Sanchez. We need to build the O'line for whatever we do and I'm not in love with Glennon or Dysart, or Nassib, or Manuel or Wilson. I wouldn't be mad if we took one of them in the second round, if our scouts really think they pan out, but I would rather get Teddy Bridgewater or somebody in the 2014 draft.
I thought Rex trading up and reaching for Sanchez in his first year was a big unnecessary mistake on his part. With the team we had then we might have gone to the superbowl with a vet QB. Why should the new GM get attached to a QB in his first year of rebuilding when we need so many pieces. Again, if the Jets staff really likes one of the QBs, fine. Just don't give him a huge extension if he's not playing like a pro bowler.
We need to get this team in a healthy cap situation and get some real talent on this roster. We're not going to do that in one year.
Demario Davis steps in for Scott. Minter may be a beast but he would be a luxury pick. Heck if we needed an ILB Manti Teo may be on the board at 20 as well. We need a pass rushing OLB with that pick. The only veteran QB I'd like to see on the team next season is Flynn (for a conditional 3rd rounder in 2014) . Sanchez is finished, and if Moore is the answer then the question must be "Who is an ok placeholder QB that will do just enough to achieve mediocrity"?