Originally Posted by augustiniak
so for a team that can't score, you want to take a defensive player and a guard in the first two rounds? good thing you guys aren't the gms.
the simple, indisputable bottom line is that, while the jets have many positions of need, they need players who can score. if they once again ignore this concept - that they need to draft offensive playmakers early in the draft - they will once again struggle to score, regardless of who plays quarterback.
I know, right?! And the amazing thing is they have this attitude in a draft loaded with high-end skill position talent. I mean, Geno Smith, Keenan Allen, Eddie Lacy . . . if those players don't scream "dominant perennial all-pro," I don't know who does . . .
Bottom line, you can't draft what isn't there.