No team in the NFL has gotten more exposure and has been talked about more frequently during this NFL offseason than the New York Jets.
Although it took forever for the blockbuster Aaron Rodgers trade to come together, with the Jets and Green Bay Packers struggling to agree upon compensation, the dust has finally settled with the four-time NFL MVP officially in New York for what could be the rest of his Hall-of-Fame-caliber career.
With Rodgers now in New York and staying in the public eye with multiple appearances at Madison Square Garden during the NHL and NBA playoffs, the hype train is full speed ahead for the Jets, with fans of the franchise as excited as ever to see what this team can do in 2023.
One of those fans is ESPN’s Mike Greenberg, who couldn’t contain himself after seeing a video clip of Rodgers connecting with star wide receiver Garrett Wilson on the field sent out by the Jets’ Twitter account.
This is the most beautiful sight these eyes have ever seen. https://t.co/kC5UiSfMPs
— Mike Greenberg (@Espngreeny) May 1, 2023
Seeing the two best offensive players on the Jets connecting for the first time in slow motion is going to get any fan of the franchise excited, and it should, as it seemed seamless and like poetry in motion.
However, a lot has to happen for this new-look Jets team to be a success on the field, with a lot of time between now and Week 1 for things to fall apart or get rocky in the Big Apple.
In the meantime, Jets fans will continue to express their excitement for what could be their best season in recent memory in 2023.NEXT: Analyst Believes 1 NFL Team Has Won The Offseason