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Thread: Jets on the clock.. coming up next on NFL Network Path to the Draft.

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    Jets on the clock.. coming up next on NFL Network Path to the Draft.

    up next after the break..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Jets & Ham View Post
    I still don't have the NFL Network

    TWC is a Joke
    Seriously. I didnt have it in Jersey with Cablevision, move to NY and Time Warner doesn't carry it either

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    Casserly and Jaimie said Ayers should be the pick.. but if hes not there Taylor.. or if they don't trade out.. Jimmy Smith.

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    I'm still trying to get over the fact that the pats have 3 picks out of the top 33.... I still say we trade out our #30 and maybe our 6th or 7th for 2 #2s from someone so we can draft 2,2,3,4,5,6 (7)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLEED JET GREEN View Post
    I'm still trying to get over the fact that the pats have 3 picks out of the top 33.... I still say we trade out our #30 and maybe our 6th or 7th for 2 #2s from someone so we can draft 2,2,3,4,5,6 (7)
    The Jets don't have a #2...how are you going to get 2 #2s by trading out of #30?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
    The Jets don't have a #2...how are you going to get 2 #2s by trading out of #30?...
    It's feasible if GMs are still guided by the draft pick value chart.

    According to the chart, the Jets pick (#30) is valued at 620 points. Two picks from near the bottom of the second round could add up to 620, say #58 (320 points) and #60 (300 points). For this exercise to be a bit more realistic, one would have to identify a team with two picks near the bottom of the second round who could be a potential trading partner. The closest would be the Chargers who have picks #50 (400 points) and #61 (292 points), with a total value of 692 points, meaning the Jets would have to through some value back to the Chargers to make it work (at least their 4th round pick).

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