I've seen a few people bring up the topic of Doubling Down on Tight Ends in the draft this year. What did the rest of you guys think about this?
My rankings with draft grades are
1. Jace Amaro: 1st Round
2. Eric Ebron: 1st Round
3. Austin Sefarian-Jenkins: 2nd Round
4. Colt Lyerla: 2nd Round (I know he wont go there, this grade is based on his talent.)
5. Troy Niklas: 2nd Round
6. CJ Fedorowitz: 3rd Round
So let me Propose this:
What would be the harm in us drafting TWO of these guys? Would it really be such a crime? There is no in-depth analysis to this post. But look at the unfair advantage that 1 great TE can present. Imagine if we had 2 of them. We as Jets fans should know the destruction a viscous 2 TE Set can cause.
If we drafted 2 of these guys, we could still draft a solid receiver at some point in the draft. Plus add 1 or 2 in free agency.
I see NO problem with Amaro, Lyerla, Kerley, Golden Tate, Josh Huff (Or any 3-5 round rookie WR of your choice).
Sorry, this post is extremely rushed an scrambled, about to head out to work. But I just wanted to get this thread started. Sorry for the erratically written post.
But what would you guys think about doubling down!?!?