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New York Jets 7-Round Mock Draft: November Edition

  • The Draft Network
  • November 8, 2021
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The Robert Salah era of New York Jets football is still plenty new, but the sources of optimism are aplenty. The Jets' offense has shown signs of life in recent weeks, indicating that as quarterback Zach Wilson further acclimates to the NFL game, he'll be better suited to take advantage of the opportunities New York's structure can provide. And, even amid injuries, the Jets have found themselves competitive as of late, scoring 30 against the Indianapolis Colts on a short week after upsetting the Cincinnati Bengals.

But New York's reclamation project is going to be predicated on how well this team can build a roster. With the Seattle Seahawks currently lingering on the fringe of one of the 10 worst records in football and their draft selection belonging to the Jets, the 2022 offseason will provide a golden opportunity to accelerate the process.

How could they accomplish that? I've put on my "Joe Douglas" GM hat for the day and have pieced together an early look at what kind of class the Jets could have next spring amid their efforts to level up.

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