Good morning, Gang Green Nation. I hope you’re all having a wonderful start to the day. When the Jets traded up to draft RB Breece Hall at the beginning of the second round, there was excitement, and also puzzlement. The Jets had drafted Michael Carter last year in the 4th, and he showed that he had the capability to produce much more than your average fourth round player. With that said, the Jets are going in the direction where I think most of the league is heading – RBBC. With so many elite players at the position, it’s good to have a 1-2 punch, with both players well-rested when they enter the game. It can also help overuse, which seems to be a big theme among players getting hurt, especially in the NFL. So while some pundits may have exaggerated the uselessness of taking Hall with that pick, I think it was the right choice to make; more so when you consider the skill-set of Hall. Let’s hope that duo pans out and puts up big numbers going into 2022. With that, here are your links to the team to start your morning.
David Wyatt-Hupton – Rookie Review Part One: One Year On
Dick Harmon – New York Jets’ Zach Wilson still gets NBC, Chris Simms endorsement
Stefan Stelling – Examining the two versions of Zach Wilson the NY Jets saw in 2021
Rivka Boord – The NY Jets can truly evaluate Zach Wilson in his second year
Paul A. Esden, Jr. – Jets’ Jeremy Ruckert Predicted to Be ‘Surprise Gem’ in 2022
Jack Bell – Damien Woody: DT Quinnen Williams Ready for a Breakout Year, ILB Quincy Williams Can Be Special
SNY – Bent – Jets 2022 Position Breakdown: Who will step up to start alongside Jordan Whitehead?
Michael Nania – Ranking of best NFL safeties has a NY Jet listed ahead of Jamal Adams
Nathan Smith – NY Jets 2022 spring depth chart preview: Cornerbacks
Oliver Cochrane – NY Jets players choose their own adventure for a thrilling weekend in NYC
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
I hope you all have a safe and wonderful rest of the day.