With The Sixteenth Pick Of The 2012 BRB Mock Draft, The New York Jets Select...

What's that? You've realized over this past weekend that your recurrent bouts of clinical depression coincide exactly with weekend-long breaks in the BRB mock draft? That's terrible to hear. I am very sorry. Put away that bupropion, however, because I have some great news: the mock draft is back! I know . . . I can hardly believe it myself!

In a twist that would be ironic if I hadn't contrived the entire first paragraph, the team that is here to act as adjunctive therapy for your anhedonic symptoms is the NFL's highest-profile collection of mental illnesses, the New York Jets. Having addressed their lack of a real QB by bringing in a QB who actually makes Mark Sanchez seem good, which direction will the Jets go with this pick? After the jump, rexthejet puts his best foot forward and kicks off our new week of mockery.

Melvin Ingram (LB-South Carolina)

Since the Jets have spent this offseason addressing their needs for a Tebow and an Australian rugby player, the Jets still have a few needs that must --- must! --- be addressed in the draft. They are:

OLB: This has been an area of need for the Jets for the last couple of years. They somehow came one game shy of the Super Bowl in 2010, despite the fact that Bryan Thomas, who is known more for his run stopping prowess, led the team with 6 sacks. Aaron Maybin, who was even cut by the Jets before the regular season, became their best pass rusher, despite the fact that his playing weight hovers around the 220s. Thomas will be a free agent next year, and the Jets will save $8 million if they cut the aging Calvin Pace after the season. Obviously then, the Jets could really use one of the many pass rushing OLBs that will be available in the first.

WR: Plaxico Burress has not been resigned, so as of now our wide receiving corps consists consists of:

Santonio Holmes
Jermey Kerley
Chaz Schillens
Patrick Turner

These 4 combined for 111 catches last year. I think Schillens has some potential, but the Jets will need a better option then an oft-injured receiver who has 72 catches in his 4 year career. The Jets can use another target for Sanchez, preferably a large target that can go deep.

Safety: The Jets were destroyed by TEs last year. I can show numerous videos of Rob Gronkowski catching another pass at the expense of Eric Smith, but this will cause me deep pain. The Jets did sign Laron Landry, who might very well be suspended, so it is unlikely that he would start this year. Landry will be a FA after this year, and Smith will a FA after 2013, so, as of now, both SS and FS are needs for the future.

RT: Wayne Hunter. That's all that I'm going to say. Sadly, it looks as if we might go into the season with Hunter and Vladimir Ducasse battling it out for the final spot. Dear Lord.

So, for my pick: Melvin Ingram, OLB, South Carolina.

The dude is a beast. Guy ran a 4.66 in the 40, put up 28 reps of 225 pounds, and has the stats. He looked great in the cone drills, so I'm not worried about him playing OLB. I'm thrilled that he's even here; some mock drafts even have him going to the Jaguars. He played great against good competition in the SEC, and he will be a great addition the the New York Jets. Rex will have a field day with him.

One more thing: As GM of the Jets, I will trade Tebow for a llama from a zoo in Jacksonville on draft day. The Tebow fans can go to the zoo and stare at Tim, while Rex will eat the llama use the Llama as a mascot.

The Cincinnati Bengals, in the form of Deaconbrodie, are now on the clock. Might I suggest drafting someone who can prevent this?

Watt_medium

Just kidding . . . there's nothing that can prevent that, because J.J. Watt was created in a Wisconsin lab from the DNA of Harold C. Agerholm, Ken Keltner, and John H. van Vleck. (Did I choose this angle based on the Katy Ginger being in the background? Maybe I did, and maybe I did.)

UPDATE TIME!

1. Indianapolis Colts--Andrew Luck (QB--Stanford)
2. Washington Redskins (from St. Louis)--Robert Griffin III (QB--Baylor)
3. Minnesota Vikings--Matt Kalil (OT--USC)
4. Cleveland Browns--Trent Richardson (RB--Alabama)
5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers--Dontari Poe (DT--Memphis)
6. St. Louis Rams (from Washington)--Justin Blackmon (WR--Oklahoma State)
7. Jacksonville Jaguars--Morris Claiborne (CB--LSU)
8. Miami Dolphins--Ryan Tannehill (QB--Texas A&M)
9. Carolina Panthers--Quinton Coples (DE--North Carolina)
10. Buffalo Bills--Luke Kuechly (LB--Boston College)
11. Kansas City Chiefs--David DeCastro (OG--Stanford)
12. Seattle Seahawks--Courtney Upshaw (LB--Alabama)
13. Arizona Cardinals--Michael Floyd (WR--Notre Dame)
14. Dallas Cowboys--Fletcher Cox (DE/DT--Mississippi State)
15. Philadelphia Eagles--Riley Reiff (OT--Iowa)
16. New York Jets--Melvin Ingram (LB-South Carolina)

17. Cincinnati Bengals (from Oakland)--Deaconbrodie
18. San Diego Chargers-- YohannDookeyBlue
19. Chicago Bears--Fuzion
20. Tennessee Titans--Daniel Knick
21. Cincinnati Bengals--Deaconbrodie
22. Cleveland Browns (from Atlanta)--WreckNTexan
23. Detroit Lions--Mellowcheese
24. Pittsburgh Steelers--texanphil
25. Denver Broncos--Riott, La Voz
26. Houston Texans--BRB Staff
27. New England Patriots (from New Orleans)--NoSafetiesNeeded
28. Green Bay Packers--HabitualHoustonFan
29. Baltimore Ravens--MD.Texan
30. San Francisco 49ers--TexansDC
31. New England Patriots--NoSafetiesNeeded
32. New York Giants--DaGoaT

In This Article

Topics
Teams
Players
X
Log In Sign Up

forgot?
Log In Sign Up

Forgot password?

We'll email you a reset link.

If you signed up using a 3rd party account like Facebook or Twitter, please login with it instead.

Forgot password?

Try another email?

Almost done,

Join Battle Red Blog

You must be a member of Battle Red Blog to participate.

We have our own Community Guidelines at Battle Red Blog. You should read them.

Join Battle Red Blog

You must be a member of Battle Red Blog to participate.

We have our own Community Guidelines at Battle Red Blog. You should read them.

Spinner.vc97ec6e

Authenticating

Great!

Choose an available username to complete sign up.

In order to provide our users with a better overall experience, we ask for more information from Facebook when using it to login so that we can learn more about our audience and provide you with the best possible experience. We do not store specific user data and the sharing of it is not required to login with Facebook.

tracking_pixel_9341_tracker