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~*~*~ BlaZeN37’s 2019 NYJ Mock Off-season~*~*~

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This mock is aimed more towards what I would do if I were GM, while trying to remain as realistic as possible. I used past contract history to come up with the free agent contracts and general consensus for draft prospect availability. Will add write-ups later today. Enjoy. 

 

 

 

Starting Space - $102.45M

 

CUTS

 

Isaiah Crowell - $3M Cap Savings

Rashard Robinson - $2M Cap Savings

 

Cap Space - $107.45M

 

RE-SIGNINGS

 

Jason Myers - 3 years; $11.4M ($4.5M Guaranteed); $3M First Year Cap Hit

Andre Roberts - 2 years; $6M ($3M Guaranteed); $2.5M First Year Cap Hit

Daryl Roberts - 1 year; $2M Cap Hit

Rontez Miles - 1 year; $1.5M Cap Hit

Jonotthan Harrison - 1 year; $1.5M Cap Hit

Dakota Dozier - 1 year; Minimum (Cap Neutral)

Neville Hewitt - 1 year; Minimum (Cap Neutral) 

 

Robby Anderson (RFA) - $3.1M Cap Hit; 2nd Round RFA Tender

Deontay Burnett (ERFA Tender) - Cap Neutral 

Davis Webb (ERFA Tender) - Cap Neutral 

Frankie Luvu (ERFA Tender) - Cap Neutral 

 

Cap Space - $93.85M

 

FREE AGENTS

 

1st Wave

Le’Veon Bell - 4 years; $60M ($33M Guaranteed); $15M APY - $13M First Year Cap Hit 

Matt Paradis - 5 years; $55M ($25M Guaranteed); $11M APY - $10M First Year Cap Hit

Preston Smith - 4 years; $50M ($27M Guaranteed); $12.5M APY - $10M First Year Cap Hit

 

2nd Wave

Dante Fowler - 3 years; $40M ($18M Guaranteed); $13.3M APY - $12M First Year Cap Hit

Bradley Roby - 3 years; $30M ($14M Guaranteed); $10M APY - $11M First Year Cap Hit

Jamison Crowder - 4 years; $32M ($15M Guaranteed); $8M APY - $6M First Year Cap Hit

Jake Ryan - 3 years; $18M ($6M Guaranteed); $6M APY - $5M First Year Cap Hit

 

3rd Wave

Josh Sitton - 1 year; $5M Cap Hit

Bashaud Breeland - 1 year; $3M Cap Hit

Austin Seferian-Jenkins - 1 year; $3M Cap Hit

Brock Osweiler - 1 year; $2.5M Cap Hit

Antone Exum - 1 year; $1.3M Cap Hit

Damien Wilson - 1 year; $1M Cap Hit

 

Cap Space - $15.35M 

 

DRAFT

 

1st Round - #3

3rd Round - #68

3rd Round - #93

4th Round - #105

5th Round - #140

7th Round - #217

 

 

1st Round (#3) - Quinnen Williams; DT; Alabama; Age 21.3

 

3rd Round (#68) - Tytus Howard; OT; Alabama State; Age N/A

 

3rd Round (#93) - Mecole Hardman; WR; Ohio State; Age 21.0

 

4th Round (#105) - Beau Benzschawel; OG; Wisconsin; Age 23.5

 

5th Round (#140) - Travis Homer; RB; Miami; Age 20.7

 

7th Round (#217) - John Cominsky; DE/DT; Charleston; Age N/A  

 

 

DEPTH CHART

 

 

 
Edited by BlaZeN37

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Very realistic. Very similar to the one I'm gonna post later today. I go a different route in the draft. But very similar Free Agency.

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Just nitpicking here, but I'm 90% sure Rontez Miles signed a tender last year for like $2.4 million so no way he'd take less than that this offseason. Otherwise, certainly an offseason I can get behind! Nice job.

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Well done and very realistic. Love nabbing Smith and Fowler; I hope we can. That would be such a young, dynamic front 7. Also love the idea of signing those two corners in FA; when you have the kind of front 7 we'll have with this kind of talent up front plus Adams and (hopefully) a healthy Maye, our secondary would hold up just fine. 

Rome wasn't built in one day, but this scenario would be a great start. 

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I'm getting excited about the idea  of Leo and Quinnen rushing up the middle. As long as we can add a descent edge or two in FA, that line is going to be impossible to stop. Our edge guys will have to be blocked one on one and backs will have to stay home to help up the guards and center. 

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I really like this offseason and draft. Only pick I didnt understand was the Homer pick. We already have an undersized back. A+ i right though. Hopefully the Jets are this aggressive.

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9 hours ago, ekill08x said:

I really like this offseason and draft. Only pick I didnt understand was the Homer pick. We already have an undersized back. A+ i right though. Hopefully the Jets are this aggressive.

What undersized back do we have?  If we are referring to either eli or cannon then i disagree, there is a very real possibility that they are both hot garbage and below replacement level.

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1 hour ago, rampantjet said:

What undersized back do we have?  If we are referring to either eli or cannon then i disagree, there is a very real possibility that they are both hot garbage and below replacement level.

So another late round back is automatically better? 

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1 hour ago, ekill08x said:

So another late round back is automatically better? 

I'd say pretty much most RBs we can draft are all better than that of Cannon. McGuire not quite. But the RB position as a whole should start changing over. I think there's a very minimal chance we don't come out of FA with either Bell or Coleman. So 1 spot will be taken care of. If we sign Bell there's not need to draft a RB with a valuable pick. But with Coleman I'd still look into the RB draft class, bc he isn't a do it all RB like Bell. But I will for sure say McGuire and for sure Cannon have no holding power for a roster spot.

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7 hours ago, ekill08x said:

So another late round back is automatically better? 

Very few would be "automatically" better, but that isn't the point of the draft.  No one is automatic.  But you have to keep trying and you can't just settle for a player that is below replacement level.  Also I would rather use a mid round pick on a back not a late round pick, which would hopefully make the player have a better shot at being good, at very least better than Cannon.

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