I realize that writing an article based purely on speculation, prior to free agency, draft, ect… is susceptible to a little criticism, but try and have an open mind…
So, The New York Jets will give it another go with Mark Sanchez this year, and it’ll be anything but exciting to watch. Again. Right?
But let’s take a look from the Jets perspective, and try filling every need and hole (realistically) going into the 2013 season.
Try and stay with me here!
First, let’s address the Revis situation.
Woody vs. Darrelle
The Revis trade will be for 49ers 31st and 34th (Chiefs) overall picks. The 49ers will also throw the Jets a 6th rd pick.The Jets will then trade all of those picks to the Jaguars for the #2 overall pick.
Brandon Moore and Mike DeVito need to remain respected leaders among the Jets locker room. Team chemistry can never be overstated. It was a major problem in 2010-11 and we (Jets fans) better not have to worry about that again.
Remember Brandon Moore’s halftime speech in Jacksonville? If it weren’t for him we would’ve lost that game.
Conor, of NJ.com wrote a great article about how Brandon Moore’s leadership is invaluable.
Potential Free Agent Signings
FS- Ed Reed (Ravens)
“[Ryan was] like a dad, like a brother, man,” Reed said. “We wanted Rex as the head coach in Baltimore. We did not want him to leave. It hurt when he left. We knew he was a great coach. There was a reason why that defense was the way it was. I would play anywhere with Rex — in a dark alley, on the street, in high school football, sandlot, anywhere — because he makes it fun. He loves this game. He truly loves this game and there’s a reason why those guys in New York back him the way they do.”
Ed Reed on playing for Rex Ryan.
SS- LaRon Landry
RB/FB- Brian Leonard (Bengals/Rutgers)
TE- Delanie Walker (49′ers)
OLB- Barrett Ruud (TB) or Shawn Phillips (SD)
Jump with us to the next page where we’ll attack the NFL Draft and see wht the depth chart could end up looking like for the 2013 Jets…
Topics: New York Jets