Many mock drafts have either Vernon Gholston or Chris Long being available at no.6 to the Jets. The Chiefs want an Olineman and know that is not a position the Jets will look to at no.6, so they can feel comfortable trading out of no.5 and down to no.7. Even if the Jets got wind of the Patriots interest in trading up with the Chiefs, they couldn't do much about. The reason? They have no 3rd round pick. If the Jets wanted to move up, they would have to use their 2nd rounder in order to move up. According to the trade value chart, the Patriots could trade no.7 and no. 69 to the Chiefs for no. 5 and no. 140 (5th round, Chiefs have two high 5th rounders). Patriots give up 1745 trade points, while the Chiefs give up 1736 trade points. Chiefs get the guy they want for less guaranteed dollars and the Patriots are able to get a player they covet (hypothetically) before the Jets take him. In order for Gholston or Long to be available at no.5, Miami has to take Jake Long no.1 and Oakland has to take McFadden or Ellis at no.4. I think it's very possible that some combination of Miami, St Louis, and Oakland take both pass rushers off the board before this scenario could unfold. For those who get a kick out of screwing the Jets, what if the draft unfolded this way? 1. MIA- Jake Long 2. STL- Vernon Gholston 3. ATL- Glenn Dorsey 4. Oak- Darren McFadden 5. NE(trade)- Chris Long What do the Jets do now? Trade? who's going to trade in to that 6th spot with KC behind them? Anyone wanting to jump Baltimore for Ryan or Cincy/NO for Ellis would simply trade with Kansas City and take their player at the cheaper draft slot. I think the Jets are stuck at 6 and might have to take Matt Ryan for themselves. I can't see them taking an Olineman with the money they are already paying to Ferguson, Faneca, and Woody.