Two new Jets Hall of Famers are split on the team trading for Aaron Rodgers

A couple of new Aircraft Hall of Famers have different opinions on whether a future Hall of Famer should be an aircraft.

Cornerback Darrell Revis stands for it. Linebacker Joe Cleco – no.

Revis recently told that Rogers, if he becomes Jet, should “come in humility“. But Revis thinks it might work.

“I believe he has weapons in every position,” Revis said. “As Jets fans, as Jets fans, we get to watch high-scoring games. We can see some big wins. . . . With a superstar quarterback in Rodgers, he can definitely score points very quickly, which will help the defense rest a lot better and they can be more explosive.”

Kleko has a different opinion. He recently told Zack Gelb of CBS Sports Radio that Rogers can ruin the dressing roomgiven the age of the team and the attitude that Rodgers will bring with him to New York.

This is probably why Revis recommends that Rogers keep a low profile. It would also be wise for Rodgers to show up early for off-season work. He should also greet his new teammates in California or wherever he spends time during the off-season for after-hours training – for example, Patrick Mahomes did last year with his new receivers.

Wherever Rodgers plays in 2023, he should be all-in. Let’s hope that time spent in darkness gave him that special enlightenment.

But honestly, he didn’t need to lock himself in a closet to realize that the difference between Chiefs without Tyreke Hill and packers without Davante Adams was that Mahomes did everything possible to make new players as comfortable as possible and as soon as possible. Rogers, by contrast, was aloof, reserved, and absent.

Is it any surprise that the Chiefs won the Super Bowl and things began to pick up in Green Bay when it was too late to turn back and slide into the start of the season?

So while it won’t be easy for Rogers to walk away from $60 million in 2023, he needs to really make it this year. Wherever he plays.


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