Find out how the New York Jets can significantly improve their roster this offseason in this complete seven-round 2020 NFL mock draft.
The 2019 season has not exactly gone according to plan for the New York Jets. Not only has the team started 0-2, but they will also continue to go into battle without franchise quarterback Sam Darnold who is dealing with mono. Now, after backup quarterback Trevor Siemian went down with a season-ending ankle injury, the Jets are relying on third-string quarterback Luke Falk until Darnold is able to return.
To make matters worse, star rookie defensive lineman Quinnen Williams and high-priced linebacker C.J. Mosley have also missed time with injuries. Simply put, this team is a complete mess and is unlikely to be competitive this season.
That being said, there is some interesting talent on this roster and general manager Joe Douglas is one of the most well-respected talent evaluators in the entire NFL. They may seem a long ways towards being competitive right now, but with a successful 2020 offseason, this team could get back on track quickly.
In this post, we are going to take a deep look at what the New York Jets could look to accomplish in the 2020 NFL Draft. While there is certainly some legitimate talent on this roster, they also have obvious needs that simply must be addressed going forward. If Darnold can continue to grow into a reliable quarterback and the Jets can fill those needs with impact playmakers, they would become an extremely interesting team to watch.
Without further ado, here is a complete seven-round 2020 NFL mock draft for the New York Jets. Up first, the Jets find one of those playmakers at an important position of need.
Note: This mock draft was completed using The Draft Network’s 2020 mock draft simulator.