NY Jets News: Zach Wilson attacks the offseason, offense has improved in 2023
As the football world continues to be patient as the offseason continues, it's business as usual for the NY Jets. We're now past free agency, the NFL Draft, and the NFL schedule release so all that we can look forward to is OTAs later this month.
Patience will be key as we see how all the new additions this offseason to the Jets gel in training camp and how well first teams do in preseason action. You better believe all eyes will be on the Jets' offense to see the impact Aaron Rodgers will have on his new teammates as hopefully, everything falls into place.
The Jets are hoping to bounce back from their 7-10 record last season that saw them end the year with six straight losses. This offseason is much more than just all the new faces added to the roster but finally finding this team's identity in the grand scheme of things.
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Four Ways Joe Douglas Improved The New York Jets 2023 Offense
[Michael Zimmelman, Last Word on Sports]
It's no secret that the Jets offense has been revamped this offseason as general manager Joe Douglas went to town in making sure it was the top priority to address this offseason. From the o-line, adding new offensive weapons, and of course, trading for Rodgers, all these moves make this potentially being the best offense we've seen in years.
Joe Douglas says Jets should have had vet ahead of Zach Wilson in 2021 [Billy Riccette, Jets Wire]
Why the Jets decided to throw Zach Wilson to the wolves in his rookie year is beyond me. It makes you wonder if they simply started a veteran QB instead and letting him get settled and developed for at least a month or two could, how it could have helped him big time. The jury is still out on if Wilson can ever be a franchise quarterback but at least for now, he can be a backup and learn from one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time this upcoming season.
Jets GM gives surprising Zach Wilson admission with Aaron Rodgers era underway [Matthan Burton, Clutch Points]
It goes without saying, Wilson looked really bad last year and many thought he'd be gone by now due to showing all the traits of being a draft bust. Hopefully, with Rodgers in town, he can sit back, develop, and just slow things down to see if maybe in the future, he can be saved. We'll see what happens over the next few months but it is a great sight to see Wilson attack this offseason by showing up to voluntary events with his teammates. Say what you want about him on the field, at least he's going into this offseason with the right mindset.