Two NFL teams will look much different in 2023.
They are the Green Bay Packers and New York Jets.
Most of the league is waiting for these two teams to agree to a trade that will make Aaron Rodgers the next Jets quarterback.
If that happens, Jordan Love will take over in Green Bay, and both storied franchises will have someone new under center.
When looking at how they might fare in 2023, it seems like Rodgers will have a much tougher path to success.
Colin Cowherd even thinks that the Packers will make the playoffs next year, and that the Jets will not.
"I don't think it's crazy to say Green Bay will make the playoffs and the Jets won't."
— @ColinCowherd pic.twitter.com/0QkHsmATPi
— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) March 15, 2023
Cowherd makes the point that the AFC is far more loaded with good teams and quarterbacks than the NFC.
Just in the AFC East, Rodgers will have to face the Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots.
It is not crazy to think the Jets may finish third or fourth in the division.
Plus, the rest of the AFC is loaded with Super Bowl-contending teams.
Rodgers will need to play at an MVP level again to get the Jets as far as they hope to go.
In Green Bay, while it will have a much easier path to the playoffs, Love is unproven.
We have only seen the 2020 first-round pick start one game in his career.
Also, the NFC North has gotten tough with the improvements of the Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears.
Cowherd thinks the Packers can win at least 10 games with Love, but that seems a bit optimistic.
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