New York Jets Mock Draft Roundup 3.0

Throughout the year and leading up to the 2024 NFL Draft, we will update our New York Jets Mock Draft Roundup showing picks for the New York Jets from several prominent sites and draft analysts.

The following are picks in recent mock drafts for the New York Jets:

ESPN - Mel Kiper (2/28)

10. Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia

How far could Bowers fall? My guy Field Yates got a lot of stick for slotting him to the Seahawks at No. 16. The reality is it's tough to find an ideal spot for Bowers in the top 10 because of the depth of the quarterback, offensive tackle and wide receiver classes. Each of those positions is valued higher than tight end. So while I love him as a prospect -- he's No. 8 on my Big Board -- it might take a trade for him to land in the top 10.

That is ... unless the Jets take him here. Think about it: Aaron Rodgers is returning, they have a void at the position and they might jump at the opportunity to add a pass-catching tight end with rare run-after-the-catch ability. There's a natural fit. And yes, New York has a bigger hole at offensive tackle, but what if it doesn't totally love its options here? I always say -- drafting strictly for need will get teams into trouble. So even with Olu Fashanu (Penn State) on the board, I'm going with a Bowers-Jets connection.

The Athletic - CFB Writers (2/27)

10. Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame

Three offensive tackles taken in the top 10 tells me that this is a great draft class if you need help on the offensive line. And the Jets do; injuries forced them to start 13 different OL combinations last season. Alt doesn't just look the part at 6-8 and 332 pounds. He's also extremely experienced, with 33 starts for the Irish under his belt. He can help keep Aaron Rodgers upright and establish a consistent run game. — Auerbach

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2023 NFL Power Rankings: New York Jets

Throughout the 2023 NFL season, we will compile a consensus NFL Power Rankings that averages the rankings of all 32 NFL teams.

Below you will find a Week 18 roundup for the New York Jets in our consensus 2023 NFL Power Rankings.

ESPN -- Rank: 25

Biggest offseason contract to watch: DE Bryce Huff

Huff, who made the team four years ago as an undrafted free agent, will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason. With a career-high eight sacks and a 21.2% pressure rate, second only to the Cowboys' Micah Parsons (minimum: 250 pass rushes), Huff is in line for a big payday. He's not an every-down player, but he plays a premium position -- and teams are willing to pay big bucks for players who can put the quarterback on the ground. The Jets want him back, but they already have a lot invested in defensive ends. -- Rich Cimini -- Rank: 25

Robert Saleh has called his defense a "championship-caliber" unit, but Thursday's performance against the Browns did not fit that label. Even factoring in a lost season and measuring the motivation of an eliminated team playing on a short week on the road, the Jets gave us another reason to question whether this franchise truly is one healthy Aaron Rodgers away from jumping right back into contention next season. Because I could point to a host of issues that arose after Rodgers' injury (including a five-game losing streak and poor rushing marks on both sides of the ball) that have little to do with who was playing quarterback as evidence that, well, they might not be. We know that a lot of the team will look the same, with Rodgers and Saleh expected back. But my hope is that the Jets have some honest conversations about the state of the roster this offseason. Simply running it back doesn't feel like a winning strategy in and of itself.

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2023 NFL Predictions: AFC East

Before the start of the season, we will post NFL division-by-division predictions for the 2023 NFL regular season and postseason.

Instead of projecting an outright winner and loser in all 272 regular-season games, we've assigned a win probability to each team in every game and totalled them up.

The AFC East is one of the most competitive divisions in all of football from top to bottom. In fact, only the four AFC North teams are projected to win more games combined than the four AFC East teams in our full-season projections.

See where the Jets stand in our 2023 AFC East Predictions

2023 Fantasy Football Projections: New York Jets

Our Fantasy Football Projections will be viewable by both position and team.

Below you will find our 2023 fantasy football projections for the New York Jets.

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Aaron Rodgers556.3364.44088.829.7610.0136.8106.71.38281.52
Zach Wilson35.520.1252.11.10.994.319.40.2215.76

Aaron Rodgers: After winning back-to-back NFL MVP awards in 2020 and 2021, Rodgers numbers (without Davante Adams) were well below his career averages across the board in 2022 — 64.6% (65.3% career average), 4.8 TD% (6.2%), 2.2 INT% (1.4%), 6.8 Y/A (7.7) and 91.1 passer rating (103.6). Regardless of how long the next era of his career lasts, Rodgers joins a Jets team that has a better supporting cast than he had last year in Green Bay.

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New York Jets: 2023 NFL Schedule

Below you will find the weekly NFL regular-season schedule for the New York Jets in 2023.

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Week 1Mon., Sep. 11vs. Buffalo BillsW 22-16 (OT)
Week 2Sun., Sep. 17at Dallas CowboysL 30-10
Week 3Sun., Sep. 24vs. New England PatriotsL 15-10
Week 4Sun., Oct. 1vs. Kansas City ChiefsL 23-20
Week 5Sun., Oct. 8at Denver BroncosW 31-21
Week 6Sun., Oct. 15vs. Philadelphia EaglesW 20-14
Week 7BYE
Week 8Sun., Oct. 29at New York GiantsW 13-10 (OT)
Week 9Mon., Nov. 6vs. Los Angeles ChargersL 27-6
Week 10Sun., Nov. 12at Las Vegas RaidersL 16-12
Week 11Sun., Nov. 19at Buffalo BillsL 32-6
Week 12Fri., Nov. 24vs. Miami DolphinsL 34-13
Week 13Sun., Dec. 3vs. Atlanta FalconsL 13-8
Week 14Sun., Dec. 10vs. Houston TexansW 30-6
Week 15Sun., Dec. 17at Miami DolphinsL 30-0
Week 16Sun., Dec. 24vs. Washington CommandersW 30-28
Week 17Thu., Dec. 28at Cleveland BrownsL 37-20
Week 18Sun., Jan. 7at New England PatriotsW 17-3

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Fantasy Football Strength of Schedule (SOS)

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New York Jets - 2024 Draft Results

The table below are all of the 2024 NFL Draft picks selected by the New York Jets.

111Olu FashanuOTPenn State
365Malachi CorleyWRWestern Kentucky
4134Braelon AllenRBWisconsin
5171Jordan TravisQBFlorida State
5173Isaiah DavisRBSouth Dakota State
5176Qwan'tez StiggersCBToronto Argonauts
7257Jaylen KeySAlabama

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