Should the Jets trade for MJD?

I know, I know… the Jets have bigger problems. Especially at the Right Tackle position. But Maurice Jones-Drew led the league rushing the rock last season.

Jones-Drew is a game changer. A Star.

He could single-handedly change the Jets fate this year, with their “Ground n Pound” offense. He did just that for the (dispicable) Jaguars offense last year. Not only did he lead the league, but he carried a vanilla offense (at best), with a rookie QB.

Let’s face it, the trio of Shonn Greene, Joe McKnight, and Bilal Powell will not exactly put fear into opposing Defenses.

General Manager Mike Tannenbaum, has a history of pulling off blockbuster trades. If your unsure what I mean by that… see the trades for QB Brett Favre, Mark Sanchez, Tim Tebow, CB Darrelle Revis, DT Kris Jenkins and plenty more!

So should the Jets pull off a trade?

What exactly can the Jets afford to give up?

Well, that’s down the road.

Right now, the disgruntled Jaguars RB is holding out. This could potentially hurt him, as he attempts to get ready for this year.  We all know what happened when Darrelle Revis held out, so it’s hard to say that he’d be ready to go come week 1.

But let’s focus on the Jaguars, and their issue with MJD.

Here is what Adam Schefter recently tweeted:

In the wake of this news, it’s hard not to pay close attention.

Incase you missed what Jaguars owner Shad Khan said, you can see his quote here:

“Train is leaving the station. Run, get on it,” Jaguars owner Shad Khan said Tuesday via the Florida Times-Union.

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So my question to you Jets fans, is should we trade for Maurice Jones-Drew?

If so, what upcoming draft picks would you give up.

What player(s) would you be willing to trade?

Leave your thoughts in the comment section below!


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