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Aaron Rodgers: Jets 'could win it all' by signing Green Bay quarterback, says Stephen A. Smith

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Aaron Rodgers: Jets 'could win it all' by signing Green Bay quarterback, says Stephen A. Smith

Stephen A. Smith says Jets ‘could win EVERYTHING’ if they sign Aaron Rodgers amid doubts over his future in Green Bay… as ESPN analyst backs New York to put themselves ‘in the mix’ by bringing in the quarterback

The New York Jets ‘could win it all’ next season by signing Aaron Rodgers from Green Bay, says Stephen A. Smith.

Rodgers’ future with the Packers remains unclear after they failed to clinch a playoff spot this season, marking a miserable campaign for the NFL’s back-to-back Most Valuable Player.

In a recent appearance on the Pat McAfee show, the 39-year-old admitted that his best hope of being crowned MVP again might involve leaving Green Bay, where he spent the entirety of his 18-year career. career.

ESPN’s NFL Insider Adam Schefter believes there is a ‘real possibility’ the franchise could trade him this offseason, and the Jets are one of many teams in the market for a new quarterback following Zach Wilson’s struggles last season. 2022.

New York Jets 'could win it all' by signing Aaron Rodgers next season, says Stephen A. Smith

New York Jets ‘could win it all’ by signing Aaron Rodgers next season, says Stephen A. Smith

Rodgers is weighing his future in Green Bay after a disappointing 2022 season

Rodgers is weighing his future in Green Bay after a disappointing 2022 season

According to Smith, New York will set themselves up next season if they sign Rodgers, naming their quarterback slot as the only position that needs strengthening.

‘If Aaron Rodgers goes to the Jets, they can win it all. They can win it all,’ the ESPN analyst said in a regular appearance on First Take.

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‘If Aaron Rodgers, with that defense, if he goes to the New York Jets, Aaron Rodgers in the AFC against the [Patrick] Mahomes, against [Joe] Burrow, against Josh Allen, against Tua Tagovailoa, I’m telling you right now… Jets have a chance now.

‘I’m not saying I’d choose them, [but] they had a chance. They are in the mix.

Smith believes the 39-year-old can solve New York's offensive problems next season

Smith believes the 39-year-old can solve New York’s offensive problems next season

‘Listen, we’ve watched the Jets and we’ve mourned all year about one thing and one thing only – their quarterback. We haven’t said another negative word about the Jets all year other than their quarterback.’

The Jets are searching for a new quarterback amid concerns surrounding Wilson, who is said to have aggravated his teammates by frequently arriving late for meetings.

This season proved to be a miserable one for the 23-year-old, who was benched on numerous occasions as New York finished at the bottom of the AFC East with a 7-10 record.

He was replaced at quarterback by journeyman Mike White after their Week 11 loss to New England, which The Athletic claims drew a jubilant reaction from the Jets’ stars.

Zach Wilson (L) will not be the quarterback for the Jets next season, it has been claimed

Zach Wilson (L) will not be the quarterback for the Jets next season, it has been claimed

According to NFL insider Jordan SchultzWilson has made some enemies in the locker room after arriving late or ‘screwing around’ to some meetings, meaning his teammates don’t feel he has the ‘right attitude’ to match his clear potential.

Because of this, Schultz is adamant that he will be removed from the team next season to prevent a ‘mutiny’ among the New York players.

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A move for Rodgers could make perfect sense for the Jets, though they could face competition from the Las Vegas Raiders.