After Week 5 saw the Giants and Atlanta Falcons get their first wins of the season, the Jets saw themselves thrusted up into sole possession of the worst record on the NFL at 0-6. But that also puts them into slot for the No. 1 pick in the 2021 Draft, which more than likely is expected to be Clemson's Trevor Lawrence.
New York Jets general manager Joe Douglas got a jump on the NFL trade deadline, unloading defensive tackle Steve McLendon on Sunday and linebacker Jordan Willis on Wednesday. Look for Douglas to keep working the phones before the Nov. 3 trade deadline. Same goes for New York Giants GM Dave Gettleman, with the team headed for a top-10 draft pick for the fourth straight season.
The latest 2021 NFL mock draft from The Sporting News is full of surprising picks