I have been over to the jets boards to get a sense of where they think that they are. Plus it's funny to see lots of long suffering but completely delusional fans spout off. They are divided three ways. Some want to return to Chad Pennington and and draft better players to surround him in the next draft. Some question as to whether Kellen Clemens, a second round pick last year, with 4 starts under his belt is the savior; or whether the Jets need to draft a QB in the upcoming draft. No one seems to have the slighted common sense here. Clemens has showed next to nothing in three games but in fairness, did upset a Steelers team. In no case did he display the flair of a future star. Others say the Phish managed to score in double digits against the Cowboys while Clemens ended up -4. Driving the the Jets Offense to but One FG and one Pick returned for a TD for -7. No one offered the simple observation that teams don't always have the opportunity to pick a QB early in the draft. The Jets are usually mediocre enough, but not really terrible enough, so that they usually pick in the range of 7-15 where they usually can't get a great QB pick. IMHO, A rebuilding club without an obvious rising star at the most valuable position, should pick a QB whenever they have the opportunity as such opportunities don't happen often. Meanwhile they should use the other picks to strengthen the Team. Over the history of the Patriots they had an opportunity to draft Concannon, Plunkett, Eason and Bledsoe, eartly. They lucked out on Grogan and Brady who were second day picks. And Concannon signed with the Bears and then never amounted to much. Eason wasn't exactly a bust, but he didn't last long, and was only momentarily a star, getting the Pats to SB XX and the buzzsaw that was the '85 Bears. Not too many opportunities, and not much to show for 47 years of draft possibilities. Plus the Pats have probably had more early first round picks than most too. While it's fun to watch the Jets and their fans twist in the wind, where do you come down on their dilemma?