● By Matt Johnson
The New York Jets draft history under general manager Joe Douglas is a mixed bag of results since he started making decisions after the 2019 NFL Draft. If the Jets want to make a leap forward next season and Douglas wants to save his job, it’s imperative that he does well in the 2022 NFL Draft. Fortunately for the Jets, they’ve got plenty of draft capital to work with. New York owns two top-10 selections and is slated to make four picks within the top-40 selections. When Day 2 of the NFL Draft concludes, the Jets could walk out with five top-100 prospects. In terms of the Jets draft need, it could come as no surprise that a franchise with six combined wins in two years needs to fill holes across the roster. But edge rusher, cornerback, safety, offensive tackle, wide receiver and linebacker will be among New York’s top priorities.
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