The New York Jets are going all-in for the upcoming 2023 NFL season. After signing 39-year-old quarterback Aaron Rodgers earlier this off season, the Jets believe they have a small window of opportunity to win the franchises first Championship since winning Superbowl III back in January of 1969.

New York is doing their best to surround Rodgers with the offensive talent it will take to keep up with the high powered offenses in the AFC which includes the Chiefs, Bills and Bengals just to name a few. The Jets have so far acquired both Allen Lazard and Randall Cobb who played with Rodgers in Green Bay as well as former Chiefs speedster Mecole Hardman to add to the receiving group which is led by 2022 Offensive Rookie of the Year Garrett Wilson.