New York Jets Final Offseason Report Card

April 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It's official—the draft is over. Finally, the hectic offseason can settle down. We now have a chance to reflect on the Jet's offseason as a whole. They have made some good moves, some bad. Let's review their busy offseason.
They signed LaDainian Tomlinson, Nick Folk, Brodney Pool, Jason Taylor and Lance Laury, traded for Antonio Cromartie and Santonio Holmes, and shed the under-performing Kerry Rhodes, aging Thomas Jones, and plain bad Lito Sheppard. Then came the draft.
The Jets helped augment their secondary with Kyle Wilson and Donovan Warren, and added some running back talent in Joe McKnight. They replaced overrated Alan Faneca with the monstrous Vladmir Ducasse. They prepared Tony Richardson's successor in John Conner. 
So, how good was their offseason overall? Well, I'll grade each move/pick individually, and then give them a grade as a whole. The moves/ picks are in chronological order.
Move No. 1: S...

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