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Jets follow ‘no-brainer’ Michael Carter pick with run on defense in NFL Draft

New York Post

Cover picture for the articleJets general manager Joe Douglas took a while to get defensive in this year’s NFL draft, but then he went full throttle. Douglas used his last six picks on defensive players after using his first four on offense. After taking BYU quarterback Zach Wilson with the second-overall pick on Thursday, Douglas used his next three picks to give Wilson some help. He took guard Alijah Vera-Tucker in the first round with the 14th pick then took wide receiver Elijah Moore in the second round.