Giants and Jets Draft, Mets Season Outlook

HOLBROOK, NY – Heartfelt and the warmest of greetings. Today’s topics: Giants and Jets Draft, Mets Season Outlook.

Giants Draft

The Giants season went about as poorly as any of us could’ve imagined. They were horrendous even before Daniel Jones suffered a torn ACL in Vegas. The Giants have holes across the entire roster, the O-line continues to be a disaster year after year, the defense does have a few nice pieces in Bobby Okereke, Kayvon Thibadeau and Dexter Lawrence. However it all comes down to QB play. I don’t think Daniel Dimes is a bad QB, though I don’t think he’s good enough to elevate a bad roster. It seems very unlikely the Giants move on from Jones just one off-season removed from giving him a 4 year contract, so drafting a QB isn’t likely. The Giants hold the number 6 pick in the draft, some would argue they should select one of the elite WR such as Ohio State’s Marvin Harrison or LSU’s Malik Nabers, however the smartest thing the Jints can do with that pick and the draft is to finally bolster the offensive line into a competent unit that can provide any resemblance of protection to a QB whether that be Daniel Jones or anybody else, nothing matter without an offensive line.

Jets Draft

Much like the Giants, the Jets season was a massive disappointment. It started, as we all know, with Aaron Rodgers being lost for the season on the first series of the year. The Jets roster as a whole is solid, the defense was among the best units in the NFL, the offense is filled with young play-makers in Garrett Wilson and Breece Hall, however much like the Giants, their O-line was perhaps the worst in football. Cut to now… The Jets hold the 10th pick in the draft and with almost certainty they’ll use that pick on an offensive lineman. With Rodgers entering the season at 40-years-old, the Jets need to completely revamp the O-line to protect Rodgers. That’s if they want to have any hopes at winning a Super Bowl. I do believe it would be wise for the Jets to draft a replacement for Aaron Rodgers in the later rounds should they have the chance to do so.

Mets Injuries

Jacob Sternberg

Jeff McNeil was shut down for about a week, the injury isn’t considered serious but knowing this team’s medical reporting, we won’t see him until May. Time is running out for the Mets to make any last minute moves to improve what’s a feeble pitching staff. Jordan Montgomery and Blake Snell remain on the market, yet the Mets seem unwilling to spend anymore. It’s looking more and more that this year will be a bit of a reset, with the team setting their sights on competing again in 2025.

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Along with twin brother, Jackson, Jacob follows dad Big Al Sternberg (aka Fake Sandy Alderson) as a MTM pundit. A Journalism major at Stony Brook University, he likes walks on the beach, movies with subtitles and a doing play-by-play for Pickle Ball games. Like Jackson, he prefers Speedos when wake-boarding.