The New York Jets will be shopping for a quarterback this offseason. Those five passers would be a huge upgrade over Zack Wilson.
There are few things more frustrating in the NFL than having a team ready to win that is hampered by poor quarterback play. The New York Jets are now stuck in no-man’s land as Zach Wilson was benched for the second time this season during Thursday’s 19-3 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Things got so bad that the fans, who booed Wilson almost every time he made a mistake, went insane just for Chris Stifler’s efficiency at moving the offense. This isn’t the last we’ll see of Wilson, head coach Robert Salih told reporters after the game, but his refusal to go back to the second overall pick in the 2021 draft with the Jets’ season on the line suggests Wilson’s days have been good. countable.
The Jets are an attractive destination for quarterbacks looking to win thanks to their stellar defense and solid lineup of playmakers led by rookies Jarrett Wilson and Bryce Hall, who should return from an ACL injury at the start of 2023. Let’s take a look at five must-haves for a quarterback New York consider replacing Wilson.
Quarterback to consider replacing Zach Wilson: 5. Tom Brady
The idea of Tom Brady playing green and white would be blasphemy to New England fans but he’s a free agent at the end of the season. Brady is said to be keeping his options open after Tampa Bay’s decline this season, and he would be better off winning a few more places now than New York.
There are ups for Brady, including a meeting with Josh McDaniels in Las Vegas and going home to San Francisco, but Jets should be included in the conversation of contenders for Brady’s services. It would also be great to see New York fans forced to root out TB12 after spending the better part of two decades disdaining him.