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SBD/April 26, 2013/Franchises
On The Defensive: Jets Again Forgo Offense In NFL First Round, But Idzik Backs Picks
Published April 26, 2013
TOO EARLY TO JUDGE: In Newark, Steve Politi writes Idzik "resisted the splashy move, and for that reason alone, Jets fans should feel good about" the new GM. The Jets "don't need flashy." Politi: "They need a foundation. They need a plan. They need a major talent infusion, from the top to bottom of this roster, and Idzik started that process Thursday night with two picks that only a scout could love" (Newark STAR-LEDGER, 4/26). In N.Y., Mark Cannizzaro writes it would be "foolish ... to torch Idzik and the Jets for what they did until we find out how good Milliner and Richardson become and until we find out what else the Jets cull from this draft" (N.Y. POST, 4/26).