New York Jets Could Move on From Zach Wilson After Next Season to Draft 1 of 4 QBs, According to Brady Quinn

The New York Jets could part ways with quarterback Zach Wilson after the 2019 season, according to former NFL player Brady Quinn. The team is not expected to draft a QB for next year and instead will look at free agency and trade options if they don’t get what they want out of Wilson.

The “new jersey jets” is a team that has been struggling to find success in recent years. They have only managed to win one game this year, which was against the Miami Dolphins. The “new jersey jets” could be looking to draft a quarterback after next season, according to former NFL player Brady Quinn.

(L-R) NFL analyst Brady Quinn, New York Jets QB Zach Wilson.

(L-R) NFL analyst Brady Quinn, New York Jets QB Zach Wilson. Jordon Kelly/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images; Bryan Bennett/Getty Images (L-R) Brady Quinn, Zach Wilson

When a club selects a quarterback in the first round of the current NFL draft, they want him to perform immediately away. QB Zach Wilson of the New York Jets is no exception. The club selected him second overall in the 2021 draft, and the former BYU quarterback’s 2022 season might already be a make-or-break year.

Former NFL quarterback Brady Quinn thinks there will be so many top 10 quarterback prospects in the 2023 NFL Overall that Wilson must lead the Jets to success (and a higher draft selection) or he will end up as Josh Rosen did with the Arizona Cardinals in 2019.

In 2022, Zach Wilson will be under a lot of strain.

The Jets have now selected the top cornerback, wide receiver, and running back in the draft.

– Sauce Gardner (CB) – Garrett Wilson (WR) – Breece Hall (RB)

— Field Yates (@FieldYates) April 29, 2022

The New York Jets also selected USC guard Alijah Vera-Tucker in the first round, in addition to Zach Wilson. Following that, general manager Joe Douglas selected Ole Miss wide receiver Elijah Moore with the second overall choice in the second round.

Wilson’s debut season saw the club go 4-13, while he went 3-10 as a starter. The Jets will have another top draft selection in 2022 as a result of this.

Douglas and head coach Robert Saleh acquired the greatest wide receiver (Ohio State’s Garrett Wilson, No. 10) and best running back (Iowa State’s Breece Hall, No. 36) in this year’s draft. Cincinnati cornerback Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner (No. 4) and Florida State edge rusher Jermaine Johnson were also selected by the team (No. 26).

This draft, paired with the Jets’ returning players, provides Wilson and the team a lot of potential heading into 2022.

C.J. Uzomah, a free agency tight end, and Laken Tomlinson, a free agent guard, were both acquired. According to PFF, these two will join the 11th-ranked offensive line from last season, which will also welcome back injured tackle Mekhi Becton in 2022.

On defense, safety Jordan Whitehead of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and cornerback D.J. Reed of the Seattle Seahawks have joined the group.

Wilson might be fired if the Jets don’t turn things around and make their first playoff trip since 2010, according to at least one NFL pundit, former quarterback Brady Quinn.

Brady Quinn believes the New York Jets will be able to move on after this season.

Brady Quinn understands how difficult it is for a first-round choice to get into the NFL as a starting quarterback. The former Notre Dame quarterback was selected No. 22 overall in the 2009 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns.

Quinn was a backup quarterback in his debut season, throwing just eight passes behind Derek Anderson. He started two games in the next two seasons, finishing 3-9 with 10 touchdown passes and nine interceptions. He was released after one season with the Kansas City Chiefs (1-7, two TDs, eight INTs).

Quinn, who is now an NFL commentator, attended the Pat McAfee Show to discuss a variety of football subjects with the host and his brother-in-law, A.J. Hawk.

Quinn was questioned about his previous statements that the Jets’ season will “be done before the bye week” in 2022 on the program.

To McAfee and Hawk, he extended on that point, suggesting that if the Jets season goes as terribly as he anticipates, Zach Wilson’s career may be over:

You have two years left in Zach Wilson after this year. It will be difficult for them to overcome their current situation in order to choose one of the quarterbacks available next year…. It doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with Zach Wilson. It’s just that they’ll be in a position to accept one. And they could have a better draft rating on that player and say, “Hey, look, we saw the Arizona Cardinals trade Josh Rosen after one year and choose Kyler Murray No. 1 overall, and that’s worked out quite well so far.”

Brady Quinn on the New York Jets’ Zach Wilson

Brady also said that Robert Saleh is from the San Francisco 49ers, who moved up to get Trey Lance even though Jimmy Garoppolo was already in situ.

In next year’s NFL draft, four quarterbacks might go in the top ten.

Odds to be No. 1 pick in 2023 #NFLDraft (via @betonline_ag):

(+200) CJ Stroud (+250) Bryce Young (+300) Will Anderson (+900) Paris Johnson Jaxon Smith-Njigba (16/1), Jaxon Smith-Njigba (16/1), Jaxon Smith-Nj Phil Jurkovec (16/1) is a 16-year-old player from the Czech Republic. Tyler Van Dyke (16/1) is a 16-year-old American football player. (18/1) Spencer Rattler

— Jaime Eisner (@JaimeEisner) May 2, 2022

You can’t deny that next year’s quarterback class is great, whether Brady Quinn is correct about Zach Wilson and the New York Jets.

Wilson’s first-round draft class had five quarterbacks (Trevor Lawrence, Wilson, Lance, Justin Fields, Mac Jones). In 2018, Josh Rosen’s did as well (Baker Mayfield, Sam Darnold, Rosen, Josh Allen, Lamar Jackson).

In addition, the Class of 2023 might feature five or even six quarterbacks in the first round.

On the Pat McAfee Show, Brady Quinn listed four guys as possible top-10 choices. Bryce Young of Alabama, who won the Heisman Trophy in 2021, and C.J. Stroud of Ohio State should both be in the top ten next season. Tyler Van Dyke of Miami also seems to be a first-round pick, potentially a high one, and Quinn loves Kentucky’s Will Levis.

Following those four possibilities, Florida’s Anthony Richardson, Boston College’s Phil Jurkovec, and South Carolina’s Spencer Rattler may all make the first round of the college football draft this year.

The Jets won’t have to worry about any of this if Wilson improves this season. If not, the Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets,

Pro Football Reference provided all stats.

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