NFL Draft: Have Jets found any studs in late rounds?

NFL Draft: Have Jets found any studs in late rounds?

NFL Draft: Have Jets found any studs in late rounds?

To be more specific, fans are using the fact the Browns haven't declared Myles Garrett to be the No. 1 overall pick as a reason to speculate on whether he is the clear top pick.

There are truly three options for the Cleveland Browns: Draft Mitchell Trubisky or Myles Garrett or trade down to build more assets.

I have gone over why it would be a mistake to waste the first pick in the draft on a quarterback; along with the debacle of drafting Tim Couch in 1999 and the futility that has been with the Browns ever since. Focus on improving the team.

With all the smoke being blown, it is unlikely San Francisco would trade the second overall pick before Cleveland makes it's first selection.

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Lance Zierlein, NFL.com: The guy is a freak, which leads us to a comparable NFL talent in Jevon "The Freak" Kearse. Garrett's strength, initial explosion up the field lateral agility is very similar to Kearse's.

Just what are the Cleveland Browns planning to do in the 2017 NFL Draft? Garrett has All-Pro potential, but he's not ideal. Carolina is reported to be very interested in either Stanford defensive end Solomon Thomas or LSU running back Leonard Fournette with the second choice, and would give up its No. 8 pick overall to the 49ers, along with its two second-round selections in this year's draft, which begins April 27. Everything must be explored. I'm also cautiously optimistic he'll live up to expectations.

The one area that I did not address was the position of quarterback, although in some ways I did, by reminding everyone that offense wins games but it is the defense that wins championships.

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