New York Jets trade up to #3 overall with Indianapolis Colts

New York Jets trade up to #3 overall with Indianapolis Colts

According to reports, they moved up to the third- pick overall, sending the Indianapolis Colts the No. 6 overall pick, their two second-round picks this year and a second rounder next year.

Unless they trade down even further, Indianapolis now has three picks in the second round and nine overall selections in the 2018 NFL Draft.

After missing out on free agent Kirk Cousins in free agency, the Jets announced a blockbuster deal with the Colts on Saturday to move up to the third pick in the draft.

The only problem? These types of moves haven't exactly worked out well for the Jets in the past. How many QB's have the Jets brought in only to fail?

For the Jets, you would have to think they're moving up with an eye on drafting a quarterback.

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In recent days, general manager Mike Maccagnan has attended the pro days of Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield and UCLA's Josh Rosen. Or they won't trade to the Jets on this out of geographical principle.

The Dolphins' AFC East rivals, in other words, want their quarterback of tomorrow right now. 37 and 49) along with their 2019 second round pick to the Colts.

I believe the Jets' top three are Sam Darnold, Josh Allen and Josh Rosen, in no particular order. But it was believed the Jets would still focus on finding a quarterback of the future with their first-round pick in next month's draft.

Suddenly, the Cleveland Browns can no longer select Saquon Barkley, allow the New York Giants and Colts to take non-QBs and then take the first quarterback off the board in the four-hole. This year's draft class is absolutely loaded with talent, especially in the quarterback department.

The Jets this offseason have already signed quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and re-signed last year's starter, Josh McCown. Tennessee released defensive lineman Sylvester Williams after one season into a three-year deal signed a year ago. How he would fare behind the New York Jets' offensive line remains to be seen. But one of them will likely be available when the Jets pick.

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