When you talk, you should hear it.
On Thursday, an analyst joined the social media network for a combined mock draft.
In 2022, the teams will make two first-round picks: their own at No. 4, plus No. 10, from the trade.
The two teams have a couple of first-round picks, including their own at No. 5, plus No. 7 from the as part of the agreement that was sent to the Windy City and to the Big Apple.
Bengal ended up making the Jets picks in Thursday's mock, owing to all of the odd-numbered selections.
Since he handled all of the even-numbered selections, Jeremiah made the Giants selections.
Here's what they found:
Jets:, WR, Ohio State No. 4 - Jets:, WR
Giants:, OT, and NC State No. 5
Giants:, EDGE, Oregon No. 7
Jets:, EDGE, Florida State
Jeremiah saw the Jets take the Cincinnati cornerback at the No. 4 in his last month, while the USC wide receiver was placed at the No. 10.
Jeremiah Ekwonu at No. 5 and Johnson at No. 7
This will be the first time the Giants general manager will be in charge of running a draft board. He is returning for, who retired following the 2021 season. Schoen will be picking players for a new head coach, who was fired in January.
This is the fourth time in the last five years the Jets have had a top-five pick. Last year, they selected quarterback at No. 2 overall. In 2018, it was defensive tackle at No. 3. In 2018, the Jets used the No. 3 pick overall.
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