Looks like Cleveland is switching to a 3-4 defense. Which means Jones & Mingo probably wont be available.
So I guess Warmack will suffice
Damn, 6 is pricy (I guess) but Mallett is a very good QB prospect. I would love for him to be a Yet, but that is not going to happen.
All this talk of Warmack btw...Jonathan Cooper is going to give him stiff competition as the best G in this class. Cooper is an animal, and could have given DeCastro a run for his money last year. Best athlete of the three and it might not even be close if he does what I think he can do at the combine. Guy is going to be flying up internet boards from Feb-April, and is already a legitimate first round guard.
Some other notes, Tony Pauline from DraftInsider (best damn draft site out there) had this to say about my mid-round QB pick Zac Dysert:
Currently has him as a 3rd rounder, which sounds about right to me.decent arm- not a great arm...lgreat head, intangibles, accuracy...dare i say it??? a lot like Chad Pennington (whom i liked)....
Prepare your overreactions to the name Chad Pennington.
Anyone who has actually seen Dysert rather than say, just saw his name and realize they don't know who he is or what school he plays for, would know that there is arm there. It's not Cutler or RG3, but there's arm to play at the NFL level.
Last edited by SenorGato; 01-20-2013 at 01:34 AM.
You have to think west cost offense. The west coast offense doesn't require a big arm. It requires accuracy and fundamentals. Montana didn't have a big arm. He was accurate and worked his *** off on footwork and timing. The same can be Said for rice. He ran perfect routes and worked his *** off. That is why Pennington was a perfect fit for hackett's west coast offense before he destroyed his shoulder. He was accurate, had great footwork, and could go though his progressions. That was why people would compare Pennington to Montana. He just couldn't stay healthy. He also ruined his shoulder because he wanted to finish a playoff run rather than shut it down and fix it
Round 2 : OT - Kyle Long / Oday Aboushi
Round 3 : OLB Brandon Jenkins (injury meant he missed a season and is value here)
Round 4 : Jawan Jamison RB
Round 5 : Michael Williams TE
Round 6 : Blaize Foltz OG TCU - had very good Shrine showing
Round 7: Cooper Taylor S Richmond
Realistically 2013 is a rebuilding ear as the Jets need to replace in the region of 12 starters and improve their depth.
Taking 2 OLBs and a Safety would address key issues the defense faces - old slow OLBs
Last edited by irishjetsfan; 01-20-2013 at 09:28 AM.
Look at the Giants as an example of how to build a receiving corp. Draft at least one every year, and develop them slowly. Then as they get good and expensive, let them go into FA, and keep the revolving door going.
-Sun TzuLet your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunderbolt.
Just seeing Edwards out there, a guy that can actually go up and make a play on a ball is a great thing to have. He's poised for a comeback if he stays healthy. This year we had guys that could only catch it if it hit them in the numbers -- and sometimes it still bounced up into a DB's hands.