The Jets were in prime position to draft arguably the greatest QB prospect to ever come out of college – until they won last week.
After beating the Chargers, the Jets slid back into the No. 2 draft position, falling behind the Jaguars who also have one loss, but own the tiebreaker.
With only two weeks left, the Trevor Lawrence Jaguars photoshops have already commenced, but they just need to presumably loose out to secure the first overall pick.
With the Jags taking on the Bears Sunday in Jacksonville, the home fans are cheering Chicago touchdowns hoping they can beat the Jaguars to help them get Lawrence.