Aaron Rodgers’ 2023 tenure with the New York Jets lasted only four snaps.
Their playoff hopes and Super Bowl aspirations took a hit when Leonard Floyd sacked the four-time NFL Most Valuable Player.
While they found a way to win their season opener against the Buffalo Bills, Rodgers’ injury will cast a shadow on their lofty goals this season.
Zach Wilson could pull a surprise and lead New York’s squad to the Super Bowl.
But after his performances over the last two seasons, what are the odds of that happening?
That said, NFL Network host Rich Eisen made an unthinkable suggestion regarding who the Jets should call for help.
— Rich Eisen Show (@RichEisenShow) September 12, 2023
Tom Brady wearing a Jets uniform is like Brett Favre playing for the Minnesota Vikings.
It’s a bizarre image, considering the former University of Michigan standout donned the stripes of the Jets’ division rivals, the New England Patriots, for two decades.
The man who tormented Jets fans for so long would suddenly become their savior?
It’s strange, but it somehow makes sense.
If he ends up unretiring for the second time and joins the Jets, he could play at a bargain price like he’s done throughout his 23-season career.
Likewise, he was still playing well before he hung up his cleats.
The seven-time Super Bowl winner had 490 completions for 4,694 yards and 25 touchdowns in his final season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Those are respectable numbers that could help a team featuring Garrett Wilson, Breece Hall, Quinnen Williams, and Sauce Gardner get over the playoff hump.
But for Brady to New York to happen, he would have to give up his minority ownership stock with the Las Vegas Raiders.
His impending broadcasting stint with FOX Sports would also have to wait for a while.NEXT: LeBron James Sends A Message To Aaron Rodgers