Tannenbaum has been good at being aggressive at going after top end players early in the draft and trading for proven vets but has been terrible at his total lack of value on mid to low end picks.
Ugh... McKnight again...
Of the 10 or so dudes drafted after McKnight 3 were cut from their respective teams, 2 were IR'd and one is a murderer playing for the lolphins...
He also totally undervalues later picks in trades.
Leon Washington and a 6th rounder for a 5th rounder.
Trading down in the 3rd round for only a 7th rounder.
Trade a 6th rounder to move up a few spots in the 4th round.
Trade a 4th rounder along with Vilma for a 3rd and 4th rounder.
Using picks to be aggressive in getting high end guys, fine. Tossing away 6th rounders and such is not smart.
The fact really is that since 2007, Tanny really hasn't been picking as well. I mean sure Dustin Keller and Kyle Wilson are good players, players that won't be going anywhere anytime soon. But the fact still remains, Brick, Nick, Revis, and Harris were all difference makers. They have all turned out to be players that you make the foundation of a SB winning team on.
Now, the Jets really need a talent infusion. Tanny and Rex got a little too confident in what they had on the team and felt they could deal guys like Brad Smith, Tony Richardson, Damien Woody, and many others.
I'm not sure how much talent there truly is in this years draft, but I tend to believe most of the talent will need to come through free agency.
Hahahahahahahaahahahahaha. Thanks for making my morning. Hilarious.Kyle Wilson are good players,
Can someone slap tanny and tell him hunter is not an NFL tackle