At the top you have Barkley (you want another QB outta USC????) and Gino Smith.
Then you move down and since Lattimore blew out his leg, the RB's take a dive to the bottom of round 2.
This team is headed for a pick in the teens, where there appears to be a glut of defensive and offensive linemen similar to last year.
Trade down and grab a RB. They will not draft another QB with Sanchez still eating up that cap space and Tebow not getting a shot at starting (the owner wants Tebow to play.)
Trade away whatever is needed to attain either Jacksonville or Cleveland's early round pick in 2013.
Then combined with your own projected top 10 selection based on the presumed roster, package them together and potentially move to #1 or #2 overall based on who ends up at 1 or 2.
Similar to what Washington did to get their guy this year (RG3.)
But hey, you SOJF's are happy with being crapped on by the Pats over and over and never having a legit shot at #1 overall coming out of the AFC, that's fine by me. But when the 2013 Jets are struggling like the 2011 and 2012 Jets have just to stay ahead of .500 because they don't make big moves like this to get top-flight talent then maybe you'll think creatively instead of having faith in this bunch of tools who find playing for AFC Championships and losing and QB's who can't break 300 yards passing or 60% completion percentages are going to get the job done, then more power to you.
I'm glued to reality. And here's a final thought to remember:
A rookie QB on a terrible roster with essentially two defensive ends, a wide receiver, and nothing else are the top wildcard seed right now.
A rookie QB who is, in his rookie season, WILL FINISH WITH BETTER NUMBERS THAN SANCHEZ'S BEST CAREER SEASON.