@Albabbie not too many systems can produce quite like what operation fade walt has produced. May i suggest playing 1u on all of walts 0 unit picks, as he routinely hits those. Lol i should't bug, possibly bad karma
The Jets' defense has been performing better than expected, but that doesn't mean that they couldn't use some upgrades. The middle of their defense could use some help. David Harris will be 32 in January, while Demario Davis will be entering free agency in the spring.
Pick change; previously Scooby Wright, DE/OLB
Rd. 2, Pk. 20
Jason Spriggs, OT, Indiana
A future replacement for D'Brickashaw Ferguson... or perhaps a current one. Ferguson isn't playing as well as he has in the past, and he'll be owed close to $9 million in 2016. If he doesn't restructure, he could end up being a cap casualty.
Pick change; previously Jerald Hawkins, OT
Rd. 3, Pk. 19
Corey Clement, RB, Wisconsin
Chris Ivory had a great start to his season, but he hasn't run as well recently. He's a type of running back that usually doesn't last very long, and it may not even matter to the Jets because he's an impending free agent anyway.
The Jets have moved on from Quinton Coples, and Todd Bowles could use an edge rusher to go with his defensive line's talent. Mike Maccagnan showed an inclination to draft edge rushers early while with the Texans, as they took Jadeveon Clowney and Whitney Mercilus in the first round of NFL Drafts.
Floyd has 67 tackles with 11 for a loss and 4.5 sacks this season. He is a speedy defender who is just scratching the surface of his potential. Floyd is a natural pass-rusher with agility and a knack for getting to the quarterback. His ability to bend around the corner is extremely rare.
In 2014, the sophomore had 55 tackles with six sacks, two forced fumbles and 8.5 tackles for a loss. Floyd's run defense was a liability, and it caused him to get benched for a short time. Floyd totaled 55 tackles with 9.5 tackles for a loss and 6.5 sacks in 2013. The 6-foot-4, 230-pounder played at Hargrave Military Academy for a season after high school.
Rd. 2, Pk. 20
Cody Whitehair, G, Kansas State
The Jets grab a replacement for aging vet Willie Colon.
Whitehair (6-4, 305) plays left tackle for the Wildcats and is a good college pro, but he should move to guard in the NFL. Oklahoma State defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah illustrated that well this season. Whitehair also could use more power for the next level.
Pick change; previously Joshua Garnett, G
Rd. 3, Pk. 19
Jacoby Brissett, QB, N.C. State
The Jets grab some young quarterback competition to go with Bryce Petty.
Brissett is a thick-bodied, big-armed pocket passer who has some athleticism. The 6-foot-4, 235-pounder doesn't get a lot of attention, but there is a buzz building about him in NFL circles.
Brissett has completed 63 percent of his passes this season for 2,242 yards with 17 touchdowns and three interceptions. As a junior, he completed 60 percent of his passes for 2,606 yards with 23 touchdowns and five interceptions. In 2011 and 2012, Brissett was a backup at Florida. Former Gators head coach Will Muschamp mistakenly chose Jeff Driskel instead of Brissett to be the starter, and that paved the way for Brissett to transfer.
Geno Smith is not the option at QB.Ryan Fitzpatrick is not going to stick around after his time in the league and it seems that with a new GM and HC Toad Bowels that they dont want to wait around and put the weight on 4-Round Pick Bryce Petty.Petty is going to have a decent time somewhere but its not in New York.Jones has a big frame and can scramble occasionally for the first down.He has a strong arm and is a pocket passer that if your the jets you can pass up on.
Connor Cook is definitely a pro-ready QB and could have made a case for being a 1st round pick last year (I had him being picked by the Texans in 2015 mocks until he announced he was returning to Michigan State). Considering the dire QB situation for the Jets (Fitzpatrick is fine for now, but how much longer until he rapidly regresses?), it would be wise to grab your future signal caller now.