Rich Cimini made a comment in this slideshow http://espn.go.com/newyork/photos/g...dgewater-louisville-10-qbs-jets-consider-2014 that some recent mocks had Teddy Bridgewater slipping to the Vikings at 8. He thinks that if that happens and the Vikings pass that Bridgewater could get all the way down to 18 and the Jets in a Brady Quinn-esque slide. At first glance I thought that was a preposterous idea. However thinking about it there have been several QB's who were considered top 10 possibilities who did slide down to the Jets vicinity. 2000 - Chad Pennington slides to the Jets at 18. 2005 - Aaron Rodgers slides to the Packers at 26. 2007 - Brady Quinn slides to the 22. Chad was in consideration as a top 10 pick by the Steelers who took Plaxico Burress instead. The Jets took Shaun Ellis and John Abraham with their first two picks but could not pass up Chad on the 18 despite the fact that he was not really suited for the EP offense they ran at the time. Rodgers was in the running to be the 1 pick by the 49ers right up until a few weeks before the draft when they decided that Alex Smith was a better fit for them. He then slid down to the Packers. Quinn was over-hyped, as many Notre Dame players are, and it's unclear how many teams viewed him as a top 10 pick but all the analysts did. He went top 8 in almost every pre-draft analysis but slid to the Browns at 22 on draft day. I don't think there's much chance that Bridgewater slides down to the Jets at 18, but how far could he slide if things broke just wrong for him and right for the team that finally got him?