Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer
Lot of chatter about a Jets-Redskins trade. What could the Jets command in a deal that drops them from three to 15? Based on the Titans-Rams and Browns-Eagles trades in 2016, when the latter teams jumped up for Jared Goff and Carson Wentz, respectively, the Jets should demand Washington's first- and second-round picks this year (15 and 46), plus first- and second-rounders next year. That, at least, should be the foundation. Just remember: The trade chart goes out the window when a QB is involved. In last year's Jets-Colts trade, the Jets "overpaid" by 900 points to move up three spots. The Redskins reportedly want QB Dwayne Haskins. The Jets might re-think if DE Nick Bosa falls to three, I'm told.