” Look, the Jets are to quarterbacks what Larry King was to marital relationship,” Robinson wrote. “Look at their record.”
The coaching personnel that went 2-14 last season is gone, too, with the well-regarded protective master Rob Saleh, and his previous offensive sidekick in San Francisco, Mike LaFleur, leading the Jets into 2021.
A newspaperman in Zach Wilsons house state of Utah penned an open letter Tuesday advising the Jets to have a change of mind and not select the previous BYU star quarterback in the 2021 NFL draft this month.
Robinson included, while suggesting Wilson look into demanding a trade, as Eli Manning did when he was selected by the Chargers in 2004. History shows that isnt the Jets.”
” Please, Jets, provide Zach Wilson a break,” read the heading of the column from long time Deseret News author Doug Robinson.
He proceeded to name-drop some of the quarterbacks, such as Darnold and Mark Sanchez, who have made their method through the Jets revolving door of signal-callers since Joe Namath.
,” as Robinson put it, to the Panthers last week, all but ensuring they will select Wilson with the second-overall pick on April 29.
There are indications these may not be your Same Old Jets. Joe Douglas, the groups second-year general supervisor, helped create a Super Bowl group in Philadelphia in 2018 and may be on his method to constructing a contender in New York.
And it appears theyre all set to select Wilson, regardless of what a Utah paper says.
” The New York Post ran a heading: The Jets now belong to Zach Wilson,” Robinson wrote. “Thanks for absolutely nothing.
The piece came in action to the Jets trading Sam Darnold, “their newest quarterback fail [ure],” as Robinson put it, to the Panthers last week, all but guaranteeing they will pick Wilson with the second-overall badger April 29.
All of them fell in love with Wilson, who tossed 33 touchdowns as a junior last fall, at his Pro Day last month.
Joe Namath; Zach WilsonAnthony J. Causi, GettyBut not even Broadway Joe could leave Robinsons wrath: “Namath is the single-most overrated football gamer in history,” he composed.
Robinson added, while suggesting Wilson look into demanding a trade, as Eli Manning did when he was picked by the Chargers in 2004. “Much depends on being selected by a team in which quarterbacks prosper. History reveals that isnt the Jets.”