Ben Blessington and Michael Nania use Jets X-Factor’s Offseason Tool to simulate many offseason scenarios for the New York Jets.
Armed with a litany of assets, there is seemingly no limit to what Joe Douglas and the New York Jets could do this offseason. Cap space? A lion’s share. Draft ammunition? Plenty. Quarterback options? Take your pick. The franchise will have the luxury of being able to choose between a variety of different paths as they kickstart the Robert Saleh era.
With the all-new Jets X-Factor Offseason Tool, you can take the reigns and run all of these possible scenarios yourself.
Play: 👉 the Jet X Offseason Simulator
Start off your 2021 offseason with a bang by trading the farm for Deshaun Watson. Or, get what you can in a Sam Darnold trade and then stay put at No. 2 to select your preference between Justin Fields and Zach Wilson. If you want to give Darnold one more shot, hang on to him and trade down from the No. 2 slot to get a haul and build around him. Whichever path you take, proceed through re-signings, cuts, free agency, and the draft to complete your dream offseason.
On the latest episode of the Cool Your Jets podcast, Ben Blessington and Michael Nania used the Jet X Offseason Tool to run through three different potential Jets offseasons to see how things could play out – one centered around trading for Watson, one centered around staying at No. 2 and taking Fields/Wilson, and one centered around keeping Darnold and trading down from No. 2.
The results revealed quite a bit about the massive number of options that Douglas will have at his disposal over the next few months.
Give the Jet X Offseason Tool a try to compare your results to those of the Cool Your Jets duo.