Mike Maccagnan as general manager of the New York Jets Parris Campbell Jersey , the general consensus has been it’s Joe Douglas and everybody else.While Douglas, the Vice President of Player Personnel for the Philadelphia Eagles, has interviewed for the job and has strong ties with head coach Adam Gase, the rush to give him the job may be a bit premature.Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network said Tuesday that Seattle Seahawks Co-Director of Player Personnel Scott Fitterer made a strong impression on the Jets during his interview for the job on Friday.“The presumptive favorite is Joe Douglas from the Philadelphia Eagles Bobby Okereke Jersey ,” Rapoport said. “And it has been pretty clear from the beginning that at the least he would have a very good shot at this based on his relationship with Adam Gase and based on his prowess in the front office with the Eagles. But I would add one thing, do not discount Scott Fitterer from the Seahawks. I know everyone assumes it’s going to be Joe Douglas’ job and it may be, but from what I am told, Fitterer was incredibly impressive. They like his body of work Khari Willis Jersey , they like him as a guy, which everyone around the league seems to. He also is expected to be in the mix at the end likely with Joe Douglas for the Jets.”Mike Garafolo of the network added there has been “buzz” regarding Fitterer in recent days.Fitterer has worked for the Seahawks since 2001 and currently serves as Seattle’s co-director of player personnel alongside Trent Kirchner, who has also been a candidate for G.M. jobs in recent years. Fitterer joined the team as an area scout in 2001 and the club promoted him to director of college scouting in 2010 when Pete Carroll and John Schneider took over the front office. It's often said that you should wait five years before looking back at a draft and start picking each selection apart. People often rush to label a player a bust as soon as their rookie year, based on preconceived notions they had about a certain player before he was drafted.There are plenty of biases when draft experts or even fans begin breaking down football players coming out of college. Maybe you don't like his attitude Josh Allen Jersey , so you attack him every chance you get whenever he's in a down period, saying "Ah-ha! I told you he was a bust!"We also hear boos at every draft when the fans' hopeful pick doesn't get drafted by their team. We also see a fanbase erupt in cheers when their preferred selection goes to their team. Donovan McNabb was booed by Eagles fans when he was selected back in 1999, yet no Eagles quarterback enjoyed more success. Johnny Manziel on the other hand received a hero's welcome by Browns fans just two years ago and now his team is already sick of him and it looks like he'll be shipped out of Cleveland this offseason.There's simply no way of knowing how a player's career is going to pan out. Perhaps we shouldn't be so quick to rush into breaking down a pick until we have a body of work to go by. Why break your head trying to use foresight, when you have hindsight? Let the scouts and GMs worry about foresight.It's a great time to look back at the 2011 draft Jawaan Taylor Jersey , as we can now see who made the right picks and how those teams that nailed their selections are now playoff teams, or even Super Bowl teams. The first two picks from 2011 are now the best players on their team and are competing against each other in Super Bowl 50. Five years marks a great time to look back and it's a great time to look back at this draft. Who used this draft as a launching pad for contention? Who whiffed and is still paying the price? How could these teams have changed their fortunes? Well, we're here to see how these teams would have picked if they had a crystal ball.