As of right now, I'd say Cleveland. Mangini got three of his old players, which is an important thing to a coach (Ryan did the same thing when he came here). Additionally, the Browns were able to ultimately stockpile second round picks which they utilized to help their offense.
The Jets, on the other hand, came across as desperate at the QB spot. While I think they did a wonderful job as far as compensation is concerned in moving up to #5 - they'd better hope Sanchez pans out or this regime could be gone more quickly than anticipated.
Ive been a little on the fense about this, but I said Jets. In terms of what we gave up to move from 17 to 5 it was really nothing...some JAGS and a later second...What makes it hard to swallow is the three players while not being so great they still provide great depth, which the team was already lacking. I think long term it favors Jets, but it may hurt this year, especially losing more picks with Greene.
From a historical standpoint, the Jets got a steal in only giving up thier 2nd rounder and three players that were marginal at best and didnt' really fit into the teams plans to move into the top five of the draft.
What Sanchez pans out too has no bearing on the fact that for the move they made 17 - 5. They gave up IMO next to nothing.
[QUOTE=Bocajetfan68;3103979]Agree 100% with this trade. That said I do have resevations about our trade-up in round 3 like the player but wonder what type of players the Jets have passed on to get him.[/QUOTE]
I can understand having some doubts about moving up for Greene, but I don't see how anyone couldn't love the trade up for Sanchez unless they absolutely despise him as a prospect.