The Jets draft spotlight is now on Josh Rosen and Sam Darnold

  • The Jets draft spotlight is now on Josh Rosen and Sam Darnold

The Jets draft spotlight is now on Josh Rosen and Sam Darnold

Todd Gurley (Rams), (Dallas) and (Jaguars) show the position's value with the right fit and team.

The Browns should take UCLA's Josh Rosen, USC's Sam Darnold or Wyoming's Josh Allen with the first pick in the 2018 draft.

Oakland has three picks in the top 100 of the upcoming draft: No. 9/10 depending on the outcome of the coin flip with San Francisco, No. 41 in the second round and No. 75 in the third round.

In Rosen's announcement, he also tried to appease his mother. Next April, the 2018 NFL Draft will be full of quality collegiate quarterbacks, and the first round is certain to be littered with them.

As for Rosen, Rang wrote: "It is hard not to be reminded of Jay Cutler when watching Rosen".

Josh McCown's career year could cost the Jets. While the territory may be familiar, the feeling around this team is not.

Jones had a great season out west for the Trojans but was overshadowed by Stanford running back Bryce Love's excellence.

The Johnson brothers could have finally realized their quarterback wish too.

Jones was the No. 1 running back recruit in the 2015 class. (Come on: That's a pretty cool visual).

In 2017, Landry has 38 tackles with 8.5 tackles for a loss, five sacks and two passes broken up. Each guy might make the Jets extremely annoyed for the foreseeable future. Jones said in a letter announcing his departure. He impacted everyone in a good way, sharing wisdom with the two young quarterbacks and helping the brain trust better evaluate some young offensive pieces (especially Robby Anderson). Jones eclipsed the century mark on the ground nine times this season. The McCown-led offense didn't exactly strike fear in opponents. I'd go with Wilson by default, but the job would be wide open for spring practices and preseason camp.

A talent void was a contributing factor, of course, but those numbers don't lie.