i think the most interesting thing if they trade revis, will be if the jets use one of those picks on a qb. would they invest a late first on a qb, or use their own early second on one. would they go BAP regardless of position, or would they look to fill as many holes in their current roster as possible.
I don't want any of the QBs in this draft. Just draft BAP for this year. All the Jets can do, and it would be the best thing for the team.
like i wrote, i think it would be interesting to see how that played out. if the jets dealt revis to SF, for example, they could have a late first rounder, or an early 2nd rounder, or both, or they could have either pick 31 or 34, as well as a late 2nd. or more. the jets could wind up with 5 picks in the first 2 days. they could conceivably address 5 needs with those picks. or they could draft a qb and hope. just saying. idzik can come out a hero or goat very quickly.
Two points. First, the Ravens, an AFC team, won the SuperBowl. So unless they switch conferences, the road to the Bowl goes through them. Second, until the Jets get a "big league" QB, it won't matter what they do, or don't do, with Revis.
He may well be traded at the draft but not because teams can see him run. First he will probably be running a 4.8 in April, and seeing a corner run in a straight line is not going to make anyone sleep better. Revis said he plans to be back in time for training camp, when he is ready to play is when he will be traded or the jets will get pennies on the dollar.
How do you define "pennies"?
I'm being serious. Because if you think the Jets aren't getting high picks (1st and/or 2nd day under new draft schedule), then you're smoking crack.
This won't be a Hershell Walker/Ricky Williams scenario, but the Jets would get a good draft haul for Revis, even with him still rehabbing the injury.
Again, there is no way Revis plays for anyone without a new deal so he and his agents will also be working on getting this done.