Brown thinks Baker Mayfield to Jets would be 'terrible fit'

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"If he went somewhere in the fourth or fifth round I think that's where it will be".

The Jets would need to have little internal doubt that the Buffalo Bills, desperate for a franchise QB of their own, will indeed round up their considerable draft chips to seal a deal for the second pick in the draft owned by the New York Giants.

"Now that it's here, I'm enjoying the process and my family is enjoying it", he said Thursday.

The one offensive player taken at No. 3 - Blake Bortles in 2014 - led the Jaguars to the AFC Championship Game last season, but only after three rocky seasons. Majority are taking advantage of the time and opportunities they get to make sure teams know what they are about when it comes to the game. We've already touched on the Joeckel mistake, and we'll get to Blake Bortles later, but defensive end Dante Fowler Jr. has already failed miserably as a No. 3 overall selection in 2015 (he has just 12 sacks in two seasons and is dealing with off-field issues). The NFL Network analyst, when it's all said and done, believes USC quarterback Sam Darnold will go first overall to the Browns and Penn State running back Saquon Barkley next to the Giants. Will they hold on to the No. 2 overall pick or trade it for additional picks?

Darnold isn't as polished as UCLA's Josh Rosen or as dynamic as Louisville's Lamar Jackson, but he's got all the upside of Wyoming's Josh Allen, without as much of the risk. And I think we are sometimes guilty of only talking about the top tier guys at every position, to the exclusion of some really good football players. The people I spoke with, however, were quick to outline the downsides - not enough practice reps to develop two quarterbacks and the inability to trade a rookie midseason because of a clause in the CBA. So there's a lot to like about him. He might not be making the pick, but if you look at the offense that he ran in Pittsburgh, he had a big quarterback. "Josh Allen has the biggest bust factor of any of these quarterbacks".