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Latest Twitter reactions from Jets draft trades to new players

By Luis Tirado Jr.
Nov 19, 2016; Winston-Salem, NC, USA; Clemson Tigers tight end Jordan Leggett (16) lines up against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons at BB&T Field. Clemson defeated Wake 35-13. Mandatory Credit: Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports
Nov 19, 2016; Winston-Salem, NC, USA; Clemson Tigers tight end Jordan Leggett (16) lines up against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons at BB&T Field. Clemson defeated Wake 35-13. Mandatory Credit: Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports
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Fans of the New York Jets have given their latest reactions via Twitter on all the moves they have made and final draft picks.

So far in the conclusion of the 2017 NFL Draft, the New York Jets have been wheeling and dealing in Rounds 4-7. They’ve gone all offense so far with their two latest picks in wide receiver Chad Hansen and Jordan Leggett.

When it comes to Twitter, it’s easily one of the top social media networks to interact with not only fellow Jets fans but even players themselves. To chime in your thoughts, if you type in common keywords like #JetsDraft or #NewYorkJets you can join in and give your thoughts on everything Maccagnan has done in this year’s draft.

The truth of the matter is, the Jets needed to bolster their offense big time. Since they addressed their defensive secondary nicely at the start of this year’s draft, it made sense to add younger talent at wide receiver. It also made a ton of sense to finally draft a tight end to help their offense be somewhat decent in actually scoring touchdowns.

For the most part, Maccagnan and his efforts are getting good reviews. It’s not perfect as it’s hard to tell just how all these picks will turn out, but at least the majority know that Maccagnan has years of experience doing this. He will ensure that the Jets have enough young talent to be contenders again in the future.

Take a look at the latest Twitter reactions from fans regarding the frenzy of draft trades the Jets unleashed as well as initial thoughts on their newly drafted players.

At #197 we select CB Jeremy Clark from @UMichFootball. ACL injury a big cause for concern though. #JetsDraft #Jets #NYJ #NFLDraft

— Justin LaSalata (@justinlasalata) April 29, 2017

Love the #JetsDraft pick of Jeremy Clark. Injuries are a red flag, but a 6'3 press corner is hard to come by. Expect him to compete in camp

— Nolan Rich (@NolanRichSports) April 29, 2017

@woodyjohnson4 Hey Woody let's keep trading down so we can have a dozen 7th rounders on the squad. Phenomenal strategy. #JetsDraft

— Broccoli Rob (@_Broccoli_Rob) April 29, 2017

Billings West product will get a chance to live out an NFL dream. https://t.co/KBhbaJQ37C

— Richie Melby (@richiemelby) April 29, 2017

@TheJetsWire @TheJetPress Where is the center pick?!? Why not draft another TE – a major need – and create some competition in training camp!

— archie gips (@archiegips) April 29, 2017

At #181 we take DE Dylan Donahue from West Georgia. Small school but very productive. #JetsDraft #Jets #NYJ #NFLDraft

— Justin LaSalata (@justinlasalata) April 29, 2017

He's under 250 lbs so expect him to be a rush OLB in our 3-4. #JetsDraft #Jets #NYJ #NFLDraft

— Justin LaSalata (@justinlasalata) April 29, 2017

@nyjets @d_donahue49 The #JetsDraft has seen them placing a priority on intense and tough, very competitive players with a chip on their shoulders.

— Bert Randolph (@cigarburt) April 29, 2017

Wide array of potential weapons for John Morton. Can't WAIT to see his version of the WC offense. #JetsDraft #Jets #NYJ #NFLDraft

— Justin LaSalata (@justinlasalata) April 29, 2017

@BrianCoz Hopefully he does better than John Idzik did when he had 12 picks. #JetsDraft #Jets

— Mitch Gill (@MitchGill1) April 29, 2017

Scouts had a 3rd round grade for TE Jordan Leggett. Getting him in Rd 5 was great value. #JetsDraft #Jets #NYJ #NFLDraft #NYJPick

— Justin LaSalata (@justinlasalata) April 29, 2017

@TheJetsWire @TheJetPress Team's that Jets traded with took a center and an OT. Don't we need those players?

— Glenn Ferrie (@glennferrie) April 29, 2017

The #rebuild is real. @nyjets I love the strategy and #picks so far! #NFLDraft #nfl #JetUp #nyj #NYJets #JetsDraft #Jets https://t.co/JE5B1O8m0g

— Mike Pepaj (@Pepatitis) April 29, 2017

@TheJetPress @mpallasjetpress At least we're building up for the future.

— Reid McEvoy (@RMcEvoy128) April 29, 2017

@LTJ81 @TheJetPress I had this guy as one of my top TEs in the draft. Give him the ball and move out of the way. He was top 5 in YPC last yr.

— Ricky Castro (@elrickycastro) April 29, 2017

Fun to say NASTY things and be CRITICAL of #JetsDraft , but no one knows how good any of these picks are until they play for a couple years.

— John Barlowe (@JohnBarlowe) April 29, 2017

Jets have seen the Patriots trade back for years and are finally just giving in and try to copy them. Worth a shot. #NFLDraft #JetsDraft

— Mike Szego (@Szego) April 29, 2017

Trading back 4 times..#JetsDraft most lit draft ever..

— Arturo (@artiek824) April 29, 2017

Don't worry this draft is so deep all the talent's at the bottom. Right guys?? #JetsDraft #JetsTwitter

— Derek Lazar (@dereklazar) April 29, 2017

Maccagnan has been trading down & still addressing needs with quality players. Gotta like results so far. #JetsDraft #Jets #NYJ #NFLDraft

— Justin LaSalata (@justinlasalata) April 29, 2017

https://twitter.com/____LUE/status/858385709996158977

@richeisen deep breath, I like what our Jets are doing, filling holes & @andrewperloff says Petty could be good.#JetsNation #JetsDraft

— carl thomas (@iamcarlthomas) April 29, 2017

Love the Jordan Leggett pick from the Jets. Plug in at TE and give him real experience. Talk about value AND need. #NFLDraft #JetsDraft

— Mike Szego (@Szego) April 29, 2017

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