The New York Jets are already preparing for the future with their move to the offseason
They have come up with the likes of Laken Tomlinson, DJ Reed, CJ Uzomah and Jordan Whitehead through free agency.
The Jets had a tough draft class led by cornerback Ahmed “Sauce” Gardner.
They also took wide receiver Garrett Wilson and traded for defensive end Jermaine Johnson II.
The Jets completed their draft with Bris Hall, Jeremy Rookart, Max Mitchell and Michael Clemens.
These additions will help the Jets rise above the 26th-ranked offense in terms of total yards per game (306.4).
Similarly, they were the league-worst in allowed yards at 397.6 and conceded 29.6 points per game.
But despite they taking steps to improve their roster, former NFL quarterback Brady Quinn is still not sold on the Jets.
Ex # NFL QB Brady Queen (Brady_quin) Is not a fan of #Jet This year, ‘their season is coming to an end before departure’ + ‘there is a realistic scenario that they may start 1- 0-9 maybe 1-8’ + ‘I do not believe in Jach Wilson’ 7: CBSSportsHQ # Trying to escape pic.twitter.com/NppGilJONl
– Paul Andrew Asden Jr. (@ Boygreen 25) May 17, 2022
Jets Zone host Paul Andrew Esden Jr. tweeted, “Ex # NFL QB Brady Queen (Brady_quin) Is not a fan of #Jet This year, ‘their season is coming to an end before departure’ + ‘There is a realistic scenario that they could be 1-8 0-9’ + ‘I don’t believe in Jack Wilson.’
This is a bold claim by Quinn and she explains that the Jets will have five wins in 2022.
Why Quinn is not sold in jets
In addition to not trusting Wilson, Quinn further announced that the Jets’ season would end in 10 weeks before their departure.
Playing with AFC North teams can be a tough test for the Jets as it is one of the most challenging divisions in the league.
Their schedule is no longer easy after 10 weeks because they will have the Miami Dolphins, Green Bay Packers, Denver Broncos, New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills.
Quinn has a point because it’s hard for the Jets to be optimistic when they face a better team.