10 best draft choices by the Jets since 2000

Darrelle Revis was a lockdown corner for many seasons with the Jets. - [Football-Austria / Flickr]
Darrelle Revis was a lockdown corner for many seasons with the Jets. - [Football-Austria / Flickr]

Darrelle Revis is a likely Hall of Famer and is the obvious choice to lead the way on this list.

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It is time to look at the team that is currently slated to pick third in the 2019 NFL Draft: the Jets. While the Jets have mostly been bad for a few years now, they have made some draft picks since 2000 who had success in the league, specifically with them. Below are their top 10 selections since 2000.

1

Darrelle Revis, CB - 1st round, 14th overall (2007); time with Jets: 2007-2012, 2015-2016

Revis Island was one of the true shutdown corners in his heyday. While with the Jets, he was named a Pro Bowler five times and three times was a First Team All-Pro. He intercepted 25 passes in his New York tenure.

2

Nick Mangold, C - 1st round, 29th overall (2006); time with Jets: 2006-2016

Mangold spent his entire 11-year career with the Jets. Altogether, he played in 164 games and started every one of them. He made seven Pro Bowls and was named a First Team All-Pro twice.

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