Originally Posted by Untouchable
Put together a dominant OL and it makes everyone on offense better.
See 2009 and 2010 for examples
There were no bigtime playmakers on this offense. We simply smashed teams in the mouth until they folded in the 4th quarter.
There is no need to use a ton of high draft picks to put together a dominant OL, and there's not one team in the league who has a 1st or 2nd round pick at every single OL position. That is not an accident or coincidence. Teams realize it's stupid to waste that many picks in one area. You say you don't want to tie up too much money in the CBs but you want to have all these high picks at OL, who will eventually be highly paid players if they pan out. Not smart.
Guards, especially RGs, should be taken later in the draft. There plenty of reasons why OGs are never taken in the top 10 and rarely taken in the 1st round.
This draft does not make the Jets any better in the short of long term IMO.