All the draft grades dished out immediately after the draft are non-sense. None of them are based on any real information from real NFL scouts. The readers are just as qualified as the writers when it comes to analyzing and ranking players. The only real way to grade a draft is to wait a couple of years to see how the picks panned out.
Here's a review that graded each team's selections from 2007: http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/story/13313391/regrading-2007-draft-threeyear-look-back-gives-real-picture?tag=globalNav.nfl;cover.
The Jets got an "A."
"The Jets made two bold moves in this draft, trading up to get corner Darrelle Revis and linebacker David Harris. They hit big on both. Revis is the game's best corner right now and has proven to be worth taking in the first round. Harris is one of the league's underrated players, a tackling machine in the inside of the Jets' 3-4 scheme. He makes a lot of big plays. The other two picks are no longer with the Jets, although seventh-round receiver Chansi Stuckey is with the Browns after being traded last year. They landed only two players from this draft, but that's a heck of a duo."
Thats how its done folks. Its not about getting as many picks as possible. Its about getting as many quality players as possible. In '07 we grabbed two players that currently are arguably the best in the league at their respective positions.