Looks like the Jets and Patriots saw very little value in the 2007 draft. The Jets took the picks they did have, packaged them all up (except for a 6 and a 7), and got 2 players that should help them pretty quickly. Revis was the top-rated corner in the draft and Harris looks to fit Mangini's scheme (and also allow Vilma to shift into a more natural role). The Pats took the picks they had (except for the 24 they used on Meriweather) and kept moving, down, down, back, back, and out. Added 2 picks next year and now have 4 picks in a 10-pick stretch at the bottom of Round 6 / top of Round 7. New England has been good at finding 2nd day players (8 of 10 total picks from last year are still on the squad), but in this case, I think I like the Jets' plan better. The Pats had fewer needs than the Jets. And they certainly had the picks to come up with 2 solid packages that would have allowed them to trade up for a Beason... or stay put for a Harris. One thing is for sure, even if the Pats' plan works out better in the long run... the Jets' plan is a lot more fun to watch on Day One.