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Jets team needs line up for good chance to ace NFL Draft, free agency

Jets team needs line up for good chance to ace NFL Draft, free agency
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What do the Jets need via NFL free agency and the draft in 2018? Two words: almost everything.

In their fourth year together, general manager Mike Maccagnan and coach Todd Bowles face the biggest stage yet in New York's rebuilding process. The offense needs an overhaul, while the defense will need replacements at core positions on every level.

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With the promotion of Jeremy Bates to offensive coordinator, the Jets are going to a true West Coast passing game after their personnel in 2017 forced them to go more Air Coryell-turned-Air Raid. Now that Josh McCown is a free agent,[url=http://www.redskinscheapstore.com/josh-norman-jersey-cheap]Authentic Josh Norman Jersey[/url], the top order of business is finding a QB to push New York forward in the new scheme.

Option A is using a chunk of their cap space to sign Kirk Cousins to a lucrative, long-term deal as their franchise QB. Option B is simply sitting back and taking the best QB available at No. 6 overall in the draft.

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 but that could change during the scouting process. Wyoming's Josh Allen or Sam Darnold could end up being a big slider,Cousins would represent control of the situation; a chance for the Jets to know exactly what they're getting in March vs. the uncertainty of the draft in April. Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield is a popular first-round mock draft pick to the Jets,[url=http://www.redskinscheapstore.com/jordan-reed-jersey-cheap]Authentic Jordan Reed Jersey[/url], Maccagnan, or Louisville's Lamar Jackson could become a big riser. Because of that unpredictability, Bowles and Bates would need to settle on several would-be rookie solutions knowing their top option might not be an option at all.

The long play of drafting the game's most important position makes more sense for the Jets to get out of the cycle of overspending on veterans. They have to be confident enough in Cousins for them to make the move,[url=http://www.redskinscheapstore.com/jonathan-allen-jersey-cheap]Authentic Jonathan Allen Jersey[/url], because he also could become another expensive mistake that would handcuff them in their relentless pursuit of the Patriots.

Henry has 286 of the 290 career carries by Titans running backs. He’ll be their starting running back going into next season.

He led the team in carries in 2017 despite notching only two starts. Even with two seasons under his belt though, Henry’s only had about one season’s worth of carries. All signs point to him being ready to take on the starting running back role, but it’s far from a sure thing.

The most imperative thing for Henry this season will be running aggressively for all four quarters. There was a tendency for him to get off to slow starts last season, and it impacted the Titans offense. He was outstanding in fourth quarters last season, averaging 6.6 yards-per-carry and scoring three of his six touchdowns. Finding anything close to that level of production through all four quarters will be imperative for Henry and the Titans running game next season.

The good news? Henry should eclipse 11 carries in all 16 games next season. The Titans are 12-1 all-time when he surpasses that mark.

Every NFL  fan base wants their team to sign every big-name free agent this month. That won’t happen.

Some teams are positioned well to make a huge splash in free agency. Other teams have tended to their roster in other ways and don’t have much cap space left. A few teams have some cap space but generally don’t heavily invest in free agents.

The Eagles will have virtually no cap room, so don’t expect any major additions. The good news is they don’t have a lot of pressing issues. Some depth at tackle is important if Jason Peters isn’t back.

The Chiefs moved on from cornerback Marcus Peters, they still need better options on the perimeter. The problem is, and they weren’t very good opposite Peters last year. So they practically need two cornerbacks. While Kendall Fuller (acquired in the Alex Smith trade) helps in the slot, they don’t have the cap space to land any of the top cornerbacks on the market.

The Falcons still have most of the same deep roster that made the Super Bowl two seasons ago. The interior of both lines is a need, especially with defensive tackle Dontari Poe’s one-year deal expiring.

It’s an unfortunate circumstance, but the fact is the Steelers don’t know if Ryan Shazier will ever return and they struggled without him. Shazier has already been ruled out of 2018. They’ll need to work on inside linebacker this offseason, and there will be a few options in free agency.

Dez Bryant’s down season exposed a fairly big flaw. Whether or not Bryant is back, the Cowboys need more weapons for Dak Prescott. Tight end could be a need too because Jason Witten can’t play forever, but maybe Rico Gathers can develop.

The Raiders hope 2017 first-round pick Gareon Conley has an impact after a lost rookie season. Even then, Oakland needs to add a cornerback or two for depth. The Raiders also need cap space for Khalil Mack’s extension.

The Jaguars have Telvin Smith and Myles Jack, but Paul Posluszny is a free agent and depth is an issue whether the 33-year-old Posluszny is back or not. The Jaguars should be in the mix for a guard too.

We got a glimpse at life after Malcolm Butler when Nick Foles threw for 373 yards in the Super Bowl while Butler mysteriously didn’t play a snap. The Patriots will also need a tight end if Rob Gronkowski retires.

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The retirement of quarterback Carson Palmer created an urgency at quarterback. The Cardinals have other weaknesses,[url=http://www.redskinscheapstore.com/jordan-reed-jersey-cheap]Womens Jordan Reed Jersey[/url], like every team, but nothing else matters before they settle their quarterback situation. They have no quarterbacks under contract.

Acquiring Marcus Peters in a trade helps mitigate the anticipated loss of free agent Trumaine Johnson, especially after the Robert Quinn trade. The good news is they have the cap space to find one, though the Rams haven’t closed to door on trying to re-sign him too. Edge rusher is an issue, though they still have to pay Aaron Donald.

Tight end could have also been listed as the biggest need. The Bills need players who can make something happen in the passing game. LeSean McCoy has to carry too much of the offensive load, and he’ll turn 30 this year. He needs some help.

For about the 12th straight year, the Colts’ O-line needs help. They couldn’t protect Jacoby Brissett and they can’t risk Andrew Luck taking that abuse (if he returns from shoulder surgery).

The Packers signed Martellus Bennett last year, and that didn’t work out. A great tight end might make the offense unstoppable. If not tight end, an edge rusher or some defensive line help would work. It will be interesting to see how aggressive the Packers get with a new general manager. Old GM Ted Thompson rarely dabbled in free agency.

 and should invest heavily on the line whether either one is back. It seems too obvious that GM Dave Gettleman,The Giants need to overhaul the line. They’ll have to make decisions on free agents Justin Pugh and Weston Richburg, will make a run at guard Andrew Norwell, formerly of the Panthers, who was named All-Pro with the Panthers last season. That would help tremendously.

The last time the Lions had a 100-yard rusher was Reggie Bush on Thanksgiving in 2013. The Lions need to invest in a good back. Maybe that comes in the draft, allowing Detroit to use its cap space on the defensive line.

The Seahawks still need offensive line help, Cliff Avril might have to retire and Sheldon Richardson could leave via free agency. The Seahawks have been strong up front for years, but the defensive line is showing some wear and tear too. Michael Bennett has been in trade talks, but might need to retool this offseason.

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