There’s no way to spin it. Sam Darnold’s numbers from his three-season run with the Jets were not good. Neither was the team’s win/loss record.
The cycle will continue later this month when quarterbacks are expected to be drafted with the top three picks and a chance that a record five could go in the top 10 as the lure of a top passer on an affordable rookie deal is too enticing to pass up. The Jets will get back on the rookie quarterback roller coaster three years after trading up to take Darnold with the third pick.
In Luke Easterling's latest 2021 mock at Draft Wire, Carolina selects Kentucky cornerback Kelvin Joseph at No. 39.