The 2017 NFL Draft will be the first since 2012 to take place in the United States.
The draft, which takes place March 17-18, will be held in New York, and the New York Jets will take the first overall pick.
That would be the fifth overall pick, the first being in 2009, but in the first round in that year.
That was because of the bidding war that led to the Browns and Eagles taking quarterback Carson Wentz with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2015 draft.
It was a controversial move that resulted in a lot of anger and controversy.
However, the Jets were able to get the No 1 overall selection, and with it the No 15 pick in 2016.
So the second overall pick of the 2016 draft was not the worst outcome in terms of a bad draft, but it was the second worst outcome.
It ended up being a top pick that the Jets could have had in 2016 if they had been able to take Wentz at No. 15 instead of selecting him.
There were other scenarios in which the Jets would have gone with Wentz over Wentz, but those are beyond the scope of this article.
What’s more important to me is the fact that the 2016 and 2017 drafts were not good for the Jets because they did not have the talent to get a top-five pick.
The Jets would not have been able take a top player, which would have meant they would have to go out and acquire a quarterback, a wide receiver, and possibly a defensive end.
The second-year quarterback is a great fit for the offense because he’s going to run with a lot more confidence and will be able to make plays downfield and get the ball to the receivers, which should make them a lot better.
The first-round pick was the Jets’ first in the draft, as they needed a quarterback to take over after Geno Smith left to sign with the Philadelphia Eagles.
There is a lot to like about Fitzpatrick and his arm strength.
Fitzpatrick is also a talented quarterback and a very good athlete, which he has shown in college.
He will be a tremendous addition to a Jets team that should have an excellent offensive line in 2018.
What the Jets should have done is trade down from No. 2 to get their first-rounder, which they did.
They got a top overall pick and a quarterback at the same time.
If the Jets had traded up, they would not be as high as they are now, but they would be better off getting their second pick.
If they did trade up, the Bills would have gotten their No. 8 pick.
It would be a better deal, but I don’t think it was worth trading down to get it.
The Bills would not’ve gotten the No 10 pick either, but that’s not the point.
They would’ve been better off grabbing Fitzpatrick at No 10.
They need to find a quarterback and they will be looking for one in 2018 because they need a starter, not a No. 3.
I think the Jets got lucky in the 2016 Draft because the Eagles were the only team that would’ve taken the No 3 overall pick instead of the No 6 pick.
With that pick, they got two players that they didn’t have in the class at the time, and that could have ended up going to Philadelphia, which was the Eagles’ first choice.
But the Eagles ended up picking quarterback Carson Kelly with the pick.
So, the Eagles got two quarterbacks in that draft, and they took one of them in the No 4 overall pick at No 18.
The other player that the Eagles took with that pick was wide receiver Percy Harvin, who had a very nice rookie season and was a solid receiver for the Eagles.
But that doesn’t mean the Eagles did well on the draft.
They could have drafted a receiver at No 15 instead, which could have been a better pick.
For example, the Cowboys selected a wideout at No 20, which is a No 15 player.
They ended up drafting cornerback Brandon Carr instead.
Carr would’ve come in and helped the Cowboys win a Super Bowl, but he never played a down in the NFC East and never played for the team that drafted him.
That’s not a bad deal either, as he would’ve had a great chance of becoming the No 2 overall pick on a good team.
The Eagles didn’t take Harvin at No 5, but their quarterback of the future, Sam Darnold, played for them in 2016 and had an excellent rookie season.
They also took running back Darren Sproles with the fifth pick, which might have been the best pick of any running back the Eagles had in that class.
However the Eagles also ended up taking running back DeMarco Murray at No 16.
Murray had a good rookie season, but did not make the impact he was capable of.
Murray was one of the best running backs in the game in 2016, and he struggled in the second half of the season