In the eyes of many fans and analysts, the New York Jets made the move of the offseason.
By adding Aaron Rodgers, their odds to make the playoffs increased significantly, which would break a 12-year drought for the organization.
Despite a down year in 2022, Rodgers did win the MVP from 2020-2021.
If those two years are any indication, Rodgers still has plenty left in the tank.
Despite Rodgers’ past production, Bucky Brooks recently raised concern for Rodgers on a segment of ‘Speak’ on FS1.
“I’m supposed to be all-in on 40-year-old Aaron Rodgers coming in and leading the Jets,” Brooks exclaimed.
— Speak (@SpeakOnFS1) August 2, 2023
Brooks is one of the most outspoken analysts against Rodgers.
Many believe that a change of scenery can benefit him and that he’s on his way to a new beginning.
“My worry for Aaron Rodgers is that he’s going to be the football version of Chris Paul,” Brooks said.
Brooks finished this conversation with, “It looks great, but he won’t be there when they need him to be there.”
He is worried about Rodgers’ availability, considering he has encountered minor injuries throughout training camp.
In the NFL, the best ability you can provide to your roster is availability, especially at the quarterback position.
If Rodgers misses any time this season, it could be detrimental for the Jets, given the number of sacrifices they made to add Rodgers.
Jets fans will see what Rodgers is made of right away, as their first three games are against the Buffalo Bills, Dallas Cowboys, and New England Patriots.NEXT: Analyst Sets Timetable For Analyzing The Packers' Success In 2023