The New York Jets are getting ready to move from No. 12 to No. 2 in the upcoming NFL draft, according to ESPN NFL draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. The Jets are one of two teams that could move up this year with the No. 10 overall pick, but they could still have to trade up to move past the other.
The other team is the Kansas City Chiefs, who will take No. 3 overall, according.
The Chiefs have the best odds of landing the No-2 pick.
Kiper’s odds are based on a combination of the Chiefs being a team with a high draft pick and a high salary cap.
If they don’t trade up, Kiper has the Chiefs picking at No. 6 overall, which would be their No. 1 overall pick.
If the Chiefs do trade up they will have the No of 12 overall pick and could trade down.
Keter says that the Jets are the only team that would be better off trading down.
“I think the Chiefs are going to have the highest cap number in the league, so they have a lot of cap space,” Kiper said.
“If they can get a deal done that puts them at the No 2 overall pick that would put them right there with the Chiefs.”
Kiper is not the only NFL analyst that believes the Jets would be a better fit at No, 2 or 3 overall than the Chiefs.
NFL Media’s Albert Breer and Mike Mayock are also on board with the Jets.
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