10. Carl Lawson (ER) Jets
The Jets couldn't have started the season with more negative news than losing their starting quarterback just seconds into their season-opening match back at the start of September. Good for them, they are still out there fighting and in a position to make it to the postseason.
That should make Carl Lawson a long shot in terms of trading for the pass rusher to poach him out of New York, and it's not that Baltimore would necessarily want to add more pass rushers to their active unit considering it's leading the league in sacks with 29.
"Lawson is a nice player and coming off a seven-sack season in 2022. He’s buried on the Jets’ depth chart, and it wouldn’t cost much to pry him loose," wrote Zrebiec.
The problem, again, is how the Jets see themselves this season and if the answer to that question is as a contender, they might not want to lose any depth with their campaign expected to drag into the last days of January.
Again, Baltimore might simply be happy with their rotation of Clowney, Van Noy, Ojabo, and Oweh and ride the wave while note exploring the pass rusher market. Nobody would be shocked.