Here are four potential NFL Draft day trade down packages the NY Jets should consider in the first round to acquire more capital.
The NY Jets have eight selections in the upcoming 2020 NFL Draft. If general manager Joe Douglas had it his way, he’d like to acquire even more picks not only for this year’s draft, but future drafts as well.
Since this is Douglas’ first offseason running a free agency period and a draft, we can only understand what we’ve witnessed so far. It seems like Joe used free agency to add some depth to the team, but wasn’t willing to be financially irresponsible.
That’s all well and good as long as Joe Douglas delivers when it matters most: the 2020 NFL Draft.
Earlier this week we discussed three potential trade-up scenarios for the NY Jets (full details here). Although according to Douglas’ former teammate and current NFL Draft analyst for ESPN Todd McShay believes if the team does anything, they’ll move down from the 11th overall pick.
With that as the backdrop, we mirrored our trade-up scenarios with four potential trade down scenarios for the NY Jets to consider with the 11th overall pick in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft.