Rudderless Jets Limp Into Another Potential Draft Debacle!


Published: April 19, 2009


... and talent on their rosters, the New York Jets limp into the 2009 as rudderless as ever before.

While conventional wisdom and consensus dictates the Jets need a starting quarterback, they won't find one with the 17th pick and the chances of trading up for anyone who will make an immediate impact is remote.

So as the Jets sit on the 17th pick, who will they draft?

Some think the Jets will go after needs such as a blocking tight end with the departure of Chris Baker or a big time receiver with the loss Lavernius Coles. Could the Jets pull the trigger and trade up for a Michael Crabtree of Texas Tech?

Highly unlikely since the Jets just don't make big news on draft day.

This is the New York Jets.

The team that's now passed on Jay Cutler twice. The team that drafted the likes of Anthony Davis of USC in the first round when he no intention of even coming to New York! This is the Jets, the team that let Dan Marino get away for the human st...

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