Here are some dream trade targets for the New York Jets to consider from the Atlanta Falcons before the start of 2020 training camp down the road.
Do the New York Jets finally have what it takes to emerge as a playoff contender in the AFC during the 2020 season after failing to live up to expectations in recent years?
Even though the Jets haven’t reached the playoffs since the 2010 season, there has been talk over the last couple of years about the team potentially working their way into becoming a top contender again in the conference.
In fact, New York is currently viewed as a potential sleeper worth keeping an eye on heading into the 2020 season, mainly because of how they ended things last year on top of finally having a quarterback to build the offense around in Sam Darnold.
One can only imagine how different things would have been last season if Darnold didn’t miss the beginning of the year due to mono since the Jets ended the year on a hot note by winning six of their last eight games.
But on a positive note, assuming that New York picks up where they left off in 2020, there is every reason to believe the Jets will finally live up to the hype this time around.
With that being said, despite putting together a successful offseason through free agency and the draft, the Jets could still put themselves in better position to compete for 2020 by pulling off another trade before the start of training camp.
While there could be plenty of great options to choose from depending on which teams would be up for making moves, the Atlanta Falcons are one team that immediately comes to mind as far as a potential trade partner is concerned.
To have a little fun to help pass the time during the offseason, here are a few dream trade targets the Jets should want to consider from the Falcons for 2020.
Also, from a realistic perspective, as great as it would be for New York to acquire someone with the talent level of Julio Jones, deep down every football fans knows Atlanta will never give the star wideout up in a million years, so he is clearly absent from the list.