Enjoy your afternoon cup of coffee with the latest articles on the New York Jets. ESPN just predicted what Gang Green will do in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft.
Even in the afternoon, a nice hot cup of coffee can do the trick to ensure you get through your day. The 2017 NFL Draft is just days away from finally being here as the New York Jets are undoubtedly getting ready for one incredible week. Your guess is as good as mine as to what they’ll ultimately do with their No. 6 overall pick but enjoy today’s reading material from top sources on the internet.
In an article by ESPN.com, they broke down their final prediction of the direction every team will most likely head in when they’re on the clock. For the Jets, they predicted that they won’t take a quarterback at No. 6 but might very well do so if they trade down in the first round.
In an article by Rich Cimini for ESPN.com, he put together an incredible list of the best draft picks ever made by the Jets in franchise history. Needless to say, quarterback Joe Namath tops the list since well, he’s the only player that delivered championship results once all the pieces came together.
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In an article written by Ethan Greenberg for NewYorkJets.com, he posted several pictures of the many players that showed up for the Jets offseason workout program. It’s a great sight to see so many of the younger players on the team from Leonard Williams to Lorenzo Mauldin show up early and ready to hone their craft. Josh McCown was there as well to do his part in establishing a much better locker room atmosphere than last season.
Finally, in an article written by Alan Schechter for NFL Spin Zone, he broke down some early win-loss predictions for the upcoming season. Needless to say, the Jets will more than likely be in store for a long year since they’re rebuilding for a brighter future.