New York Jets NFL Draft Cold Takes

Preparations for the 2022 NFL start tomorrow night as you know.

I hope you have your thoughts on what to expect. I have my own. Obviously, if you have been following the Scriptures for a long time, you are wrong. Instead I think there are only two types of Draft experts. There are those who admit their mistakes and lie.

With so much power that the Jets will do, I think it’s time to remember my big Planning mistakes. These coolers are some of the biggest mistakes.


Most recent cold: I couldn’t believe it when Denzel Mims crashed into the Jets in the second quarter two years ago. It looked like a whole package. He was great and had very good sports practice statistics. Not only did he fall to the ground in the second line, the Jets were even able to find him after he sold the floor.

Looking back it seems the whole league knows what we did not know. The start of Mims’ career delayed my hip injuries several times he suffered before the start of his freshman year. The injury sidelined him for the first six games of his career. After 9 promising games at the end of his rookie season where he put up 23 yards for 357 yards, expectations were high for the second year.

To say that this weather is dangerous is not an understatement. Mims quickly fell behind Keelan Cole’s favorite on the deep chart, and Elijah Moore’s choice pushed him down. By the end of the 8th accident, a season of 133 yards, Mims had been placed on a bench to play street players and did not appear to be in good line.

As long as Mims stays on the list and consciously has time to change, he quickly runs out of opportunities. Things are not going well for me, and I am ready to admit my defeat.

Extreme heat: By the 2018 NFL Draft I don’t think the Jets would have a chance to get Sam Darnold. Darnold looked to me as if he had the potential to become the next big fan in the league.

In his first two years he was near the end of the league, but there was a lot of light. It was also tempting to blame him for the instability he was in there because of his disagreement. The Jets did not do him any favors around him and it was one of the games that helped him the most and strengthened him with frustrating coaches like Adam Gase, Dowell Loggains, and Jeremy Bates.

However his third season was so tragic that it was difficult to blame anyone, and the difficulties Darnold followed in Carolina showed that he was probably the main source of his death.

The quarterback is always the last person to be prosecuted for his or her difficulties, but he or she often has a greater responsibility.

Extreme heat: Looking back I can not explain why I loved Jace Amaro as much as I loved him.

I was sure it would be the strongest end in the NFL. I thought the Jets were hoping to get the most out of the second round in 2014. Instead they got the Mims-esque sorta promising rookie season. Later Amaro did. Like Mims, he also lost interest in new leaders in the second year, which was a period of loss. Amaro was the cause of the injury. He did not make the team in the third year although the Jets had the strongest team in the league.

I think sometimes you just want to trust a player so badly that you ignore the red flags. I didn’t care that he played happy football at a conference that played defense. I focused a lot on his performance in college. I did not ignore his attempts to play less. Released when necessary.

Cold capture that was most noticeable: Back in 2010 when the Jets recruited Vladimir Ducasse in the first round I was very happy. That excitement continued until the first preseason game against the Giants. I remember back then as three games were clear Ducasse lost. You can expect the player to notice after a year under his belt, but it was clear that the Jets would not have made the production from the founders. The team had just cut Alan Faneca so there was a chance to start, but he was badly beaten by Matt Slauson.

One of the biggest challenges in Rex Ryan’s career, the head coach clung to Ducasse with the team’s first-team error in preseason games against Washington seemingly outraged by media comments earlier in the week for left-handed guard competition. they disappeared. Ducasse fired on the block and punched Mark Sanchez, which could have ruined the season.

In the second round, Ducasse had just started four games in his career with the Jets in 2013 before being benched to pick Brian Winters a third-round pick.


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