Miami Dolphins

A healthy Ryan Tannehill isn’t enough to fix what ailed the Miami Dolphins in 2017, and they appear to be aware of that. Why else would they part ways with their best offensive player (wide receive nfl authentic jerseys cheap r Jarvis Landry) and their best defensive player (Ndamukong Suh) in the same month?

The Dolphins are much worse with Tannehill and without Landry and Suh than without Tannehill and with Landry and Suh, but they’re not about to contend either way, so it’s hard to blame them for deciding to save some money in order to focus on the future.

There’s been talk, per DraftAnalyst.com’s Tony Pauline,nfl jersey wholesale¬† that the Dolphins could draft a quarterback in the first round, which would likely only hurt their projected win total for 2018. Regardless, a team that ranked in the bottom five defensively with Suh the last two years could have trouble matching its 6-10 record from 2017. 4970db70f4c3dc0d8ce3cc9b95db434b_crop_exactnfl jersey for cheap

The New York Jets will gain some credit if they use their first-round pick on Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen or Baker Mayfield, but Josh Allen is too much of a project to make a positive impact in 2018.

They also gave up three second-round selections (two in 2018, one in 2019) in order to move up three spots for a player they may have been able to land with their original pick. If they don’t make any more moves in the draft and 90-year-old Josh McCown (38) does indeed start the season under center, Gang Green will have zero rookie first- or second-round picks on the field in the fall.

That’s far from ideal for a team apparently rebuilding and nfl jerseys cheap authentic that overachieved by winning a mere five games in 2017.

Getting high-potential wide receiver Quincy Enunwa custom nfl jerseys cheap back from a neck injury will help, and free-agent additions Trumaine Johnson and Avery Williamson could make more of an impact than departed veterans Muhammad Wilkerson and Demario Davis. But the Jets still lack too much depth on both sides of the ball and remain in search of a quarterback good enough to compensate.