Draft Primer AFC East.

New York Jets
Number one need: Quarterback
It’s no mystery the Jets need a QB and trading up to the number three spot puts them in prime position to take one. The choice of the Jets seems as if it would be Josh Allen or Josh Rosen, whichever one is available.
Number two need: Defensive line
With the run on QB’s in the first round some quality defensive pieces will be available. DaRon Payne out of Alabama would be a good fit for the Jets on the defensive line after losing Mohamed Wilkerson to the Packers.
Number three need: Wide Receiver
After Robby Andersen was caught up in some nasty legal stuff earlier in the offseason the Jets are in need of a Wide Receiver. While this draft class isn’t full of talent at the wide out position TeQaun Smith out of UCF is ranked as the 93rd best player in the draft by



New England Patriots
Number one need: Linebacker
The addition of Danny Shelton helps the Patriots up front but they still need a linebacker. Preferably a pass rushing linebacker. Rashaan Evans out of Alabama would fit perfectly into Belichicks system. The linebacker could fall to 23 but the Patriots would probably have to trade into the top 15 to have a shot at Evans.
Number two need: Corner Back
With the loss of Malcom Butler the Patriots desperately need a Corner Back. With the Forty Niners second round pick the Patriots could select Colorado CB Isaiah Oliver who is ranked 32nd by If he isn’t available safety Justin Reid out of Stanford.
Number three need: Quarterback
Face it Patriots fans the Brady era is coming to an end whether he wants it to or not. If the Patriots don’t make a move to grab one of the big four what about Washington State QB Luke Faulk?



Buffalo Bills
Number one need: Quarterback
The Bills are to far in not to take a QB. AJ McCarron is not the answer at starting QB. Lamar Jackson may be, he would fit that offense perfectly with Lesean McCoy.
Number two need: Wide Receiver
Zay Jones is most likely not going to be on the roster next year and the Bills need a number one wide out.
Number three need: Safety
Tradavious White played at a top caliber level last year. This year he needs a decent young Safety behind him and if they pass on a QB Minkah Fitzpatrick would be an excellent fit.



Miami Dolphins
Number one need: Quarterback
Ryan Tannehill is not the QB that Adam Gase wants, and Adam Gase has made that pretty clear. Will they get a QB? Probably not but if they were to give up a king’s ransom they could get up to four.
Number two need: Offensive Line
After the trade of Pouncey the Dolphins desperately need a center.
Number three need: Wide Receiver
Lose Jarvis Landry you need to replace him.


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