The Zionist Conspiracy
Saturday, April 28, 2007
Jets Draft Analysis: Day One
Had I been told that the Jets would draft CB Darrelle Revis in the first round and LB David Harris in the second round, I'd have been ecstatic.
However, giving up a second rounder and a fifth rounder to move up 11 spots in the first round, and then a third rounder and sixth rounder to move up in the second round from the pick acquired from the Bears, is, in my opinion, way too heavy a price to pay.
It's 9:05 and the second round is not yet over, but Day One for the Jets apparently is.
All they have left for tomorrow are a sixth and seventh rounder. Neither DL nor OL (or any position on offense) will be seriously addressed in this draft.
Revis and Harris had both better become impact players on defense. If they do, the Jets aggressive trades up today will pay off. Otherwise, this draft will be a washout and the Jets will have made little progress toward their nearly four decade attempt to get back to the Super Bowl.