The NY Jets offense is a broken, inept, disgraceful excuse for an NFL offense. From the quarterback to the offensive line to the skill positions to the coaching, there isn't a single part of the Jets' offense that is currently working.
The Aaron Rodgers injury didn't help matters, but even with Rodgers, it's hard to feel optimistic about any part of this Jets offense right now. Things need to change, and they might not be able to until the offseason.
Let's try and fix things, shall we? They only have five total selections to make in the 2024 NFL Draft, but they could still make some noise if they make the right picks. That was our goal with this mock draft.
Using Pro Football Network's mock simulator, we set out to fix the Jets offense with an all-offense 2024 NFL Mock Draft. Here are the results.
Round 1, 16th Overall, NY Jets: Taliese Fuaga, OT, Oregon State
The Jets only have one pick in the first two rounds this year due to the Rodgers trade, and it seems likely that they'll look to address their offensive line with that pick.
Duane Brown and Mekhi Becton are both set to be free agents and even if Becton is re-signed, the Jets could still use some tackle help. With the top tackles already off the board, I went with Oregon State's Taliese Fuaga at this spot.
Fuaga is one of the fastest-rising offensive line prospects in this class. At 6-foot-6, 330 pounds, Fuaga blends impressive athleticism with outstanding raw power, giving him Pro Bowl upside at the NFL level.
He's primarily played right tackle at Oregon State and could step in as an immediate day-one starter for the Jets at that spot. The Jets need building blocks on their offensive line, and Fuaga would give them one.