For instance, did you know that Jets haven't drafted a Pro Bowl skill-player since 1996? That's 18 years if you don't feel like doing the math.
New York has drafted skill-players that eventually made the Pro Bowl for another team -- like Santana Moss -- but that doesn't really do the Jets much good.
Anyway, if the Jets take a receiver, running back or quarterback during the draft, expect their fans to boo loudly because everyone knows that player isn't going to the Pro Bowl.
Here's a list of the skill-players the Jets have drafted since they took their last Pro Bowler -- Keyshawn Johnson -- in 1996.
2012: WR Stephen Hill (Second round), RB Terrance Ganaway (Sixth round), WR Jordan White (Seventh round).
2011: RB Bilal Powell (Fourth round), QB Greg McElroy (Seventh round), WR Scotty McKnight (Seventh round).
2010: RB Joe McKnight (Fourth round), RB John Conner (Fifth round).
2009: QB Mark Sanchez (First round), RB Shonn Greene (Third round).
2008: QB Erik Ainge (Fifth round), WR Marcus Henry (Sixth round).
2007: WR Chansi Stuckey (Seventh round).
2005: WR Harry Williams (Seventh round)
2004: WR Jerricho Cotchery (Fourth round), RB Derrick Ward (Seventh round).
2003: RB B.J. Askew (Third round), QB Brooks Bollinger (Sixth round).
2002: No skill player drafted by the Jets.
2001: WR Santana Moss (First round), RB LaMont Jordan (Second round).
2000: QB Chad Pennington (First round), WR Laveranues Coles (Third round -- Pro Bowl with Redskins), WR Windrell Hayes.
1999: No skill player drafted.
1998: WR Chris Brazzell (Sixth round), RB Dustin Johnson (Sixth round).
1997: WR Dedric Ward (Third round), RB Leon Johnson (Fourth round), QB Chuck Clements (Sixth round).
1996: No. 1 overall pick Keyshawn Johnson made the Pro Bowl two times as a Jet.