Jets Looking for a Diamond in the Rough

The New Jersey New York Jets are looking to upgrade at QB. A dismal 5-11 record last season has put everyone on edge. So on edge that the Jets front office is looking at veteran Jay Cutler. At 34 and a history of throwing interceptions, Cutler may not be what’s best for the green and white. Ultimately, it will come down to how much the Jets want to pay Cutler. They were reluctant to spend big money on other free agent QB’s and definitely don’t want to tie up any with Cutler. Even if he is on their radar there may be better options out there.


Colin Kaepernick, Robert Griffin and Josh McCown could all be considerable options. All four QB’s are at a crossroads in their career with three getting cut by their respective team. The Jets have no room to be picky though as they need to improve their situation immediately. Leading the league in interceptions last year, the Jets have nowhere to go but up. As they showed in 2015, with good passing, they can be a legitimate playoff contender. Although, without Brandon Marshall they may have trouble filling his shoes. Also, with 10 WR on their current roster and the upcoming draft, they’ll have an abundance of options.


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The QB market is obviously slim and with no chance at getting Tony Romo and no clear-cut option in the draft these are their options. Either they take their chances with Bryce Petty or try out one of th