Aaron Rodgers' ridiculous no-look dime has NY Jets fans eager for Week 1

BREAKING: Aaron Rodgers is still really good
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NY Jets fans are gearing up for a 2024 season in which their favorite team has legitimate Super Bowl aspirations. It's an odd feeling for a Jets team that has resided in the NFL's basement for the better part of the last decade and a half, but the sky is the limit with a healthy Aaron Rodgers at quarterback.

Of course, that was the mindset going into last year before Rodgers' unfortunate Achilles injury, but the four-time MVP looks motivated and, most importantly, healthy ahead of the 2024 season.

Rodgers has looked the part so far this spring, picking up exactly where he left off prior to his injury. He's wowed his coaches and teammates with highlight-reel throws, and that continued during Tuesday's open-media OTA practice.

Jets wide receiver Garrett Wilson toasted a defender on a double move, and Rodgers found him streaking over the middle of the field for a would-be big gain. Oh, and Rodgers completed the pass without even looking.

NY Jets fans can't wait to see Aaron Rodgers back on the field in Week 1

Rodgers' impressive spring has Jets fans salivating at the idea of seeing him throw no-look passes to Wilson and their team's other receivers come September. We're still three months away from Week 1, but the anticipation is already mounting.

The Jets have put together a roster that, on paper, should be able to compete with the best of the best in the NFL. ESPN's Mike Clay recently ranked the Jets as the No. 1 roster in the entire league. The general consensus seems to be that the Jets have a top-five roster in football.

That's partially due to the work the Jets have done to build a talented crop of players around Rodgers. The team's 2022 draft class is a large part of that, as well as external additions such as Haason Reddick, Tyron Smith, Mike Williams, etc.

But this Jets team will live and die by Rodgers in 2024. They don't necessarily need Rodgers to be the 2021 MVP version of himself, but if he can play at a top-10 level, a healthy Jets team should be seen as one of the NFL's top contenders.

Every Aaron Rodgers highlight brings us one step closer to one of the most hyped seasons in New York Jets history.