Mike Maccagnan and Todd Bowles realize that their New York Jets have a few pressing needs. However, Amari Cooper at wide receiver is a difference maker.

By Robby Sabo

New York Jets Should Draft Amari Cooper If Available It’s a tricky and dangerous proposition to draft in the Top 10 of the NFL Draft.

Because of your fortunate draft slot, you realize you’re coming off a pretty terrible NFL season. Most likely, many positional needs are present.

So the general manager and head coach can usually go in a few different directions; and picking in the Top 10, the talent available is abundant.New York Jets Should Draft Amari Cooper If Available

For both Mike Maccagnan and Todd Bowles, as well as the rest of the New York Jets, their pick at the No. 6 spot isn’t just necessary for their personnel…it’s intriguing.

Quarterback, edge rusher, safety and offensive line make up the team’s most pressing needs. Quarterback, is of course, the number-one need. Whether or not they decide to pull the trigger this year or go in an alternate route remains to be seen.

If not quarterback, most agree edge rusher is the next need…..

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