Thanks. In that way this draft strategy at least for the first two days was a lot like the 2007 draft strategy. In 2007 the draft was considered very weak and the Tannenbaum decided in a weak draft it was better to trade up twice and draft two sure things in Revis and Harris then spend a lot of picks that were uncertain in a week draft. It was a great strategy. In 2021 it is somewhat similar although this was considered a very strong draft there was a great deal of uncertainty because of the scouting limitations of Covid so like 2007 they decided to draft players they thought were sure things rather than dabble in uncertainty and so traded up for AVT and drafted high character players with the 1st 4 picks. But after Carter JD showed versatility shifting strategy taking players with a lot upside with great athleticism and versatility. These picks seemed to recognize that they were a gamble and took a gamble on high upside players. Which I find refreshing. Day 3 picks IMO should be gambles on players with upside. Mac did this too with players like Burris and Bless but he also did this day far too often on day 2 picks like Polite and Edoga. I don't see or envisionJD taking gambling like that on day 2 picks. BTW I loved the videos. I love process more then results and the Jets FO seems to be so sound and logical in their approach to building a team. I love this FO. All I want to do now is talk and hear about the Jets. July 27th seems so far away.