Once a team becomes good, that's true, but not necessarily when a team is bad and has a lot of holes and needs top shelf talent at key positions like QB, LT and edge rusher. Rarely are those found "later." What holds back many bad teams who draft in the top 5-10 for 3-4 successive years, and don't become good teams, is bad drafting and bad coaching. If the Jets pick in the top 5 of each round again this year, they should be able to find their future LT or stud pass rusher at a minimum, and maybe both with some luck or creative maneuvering. What has held the Jets back hasn't been drafting high, it's been poor drafting (too many missed picks), trading up, abysmal coaching, and a lack of patience. They keep trying to "win" with JAG QBs, patchwork OLs, no playmakers, no pass rush, but an All-Star DL. Do you really want to protect Darnold's blind side with an LT found "later"? Do you want to continue to see the Jets have no effective pass rush? I don't. I'd rather them go 6-10 this season or worse, get the players they need at LT and edge rusher as well as some other good players, and then be in a position to take a big step forward in 2020.