Wyatt Davis
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Ben Blessington and Michael Nania create separate New York Jets mock drafts and compare their results.

Less than 10 days remain until the 2021 NFL Draft will commence in Cleveland, Ohio. As the big day bears down, that it means it’s time to continue ramping up the mock-drafting craze further and further by the day.

On the latest episode of the Cool Your Jets podcast, Ben Blessington and Michael Nania used the Jet X Offseason Tool to run through their own Jets mock drafts side-by-side, comparing their choices as they went along.

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How will Joe Douglas approach the 23rd overall selection? The offensive line is a priority, but will there be a viable option available at that spot? Will he have to trade up to snag a quality lineman? If one isn’t there, will he consider trading down or will he stay put to select a defensive player?

In addition to the offensive line, the Jets still have major holes to fill on the defensive side at cornerback and inside linebacker. Where can Douglas find value at those spots? What is the best way for the Jets to map out a plan in which they can knock out all of their needs while still finding good value based on talent?

The duo breaks it all down on the latest episode of Cool Your Jets.

***Warning: NSFW language used in limited spots. 


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