The New York Jets got hammered in their newly released schedule and it appears it will be another long year for the team.
Last season, the Jets went 4-13 and finished in last place in their division.
Brady Quinn thinks not much will change in 2022. During a recent appearance on CBS Sports HQ, Quinn revealed that he has the Jets starting the season off with a 1-8 record.
“Their season is going to be over before they get to the bye,” Quinn said. “That’s just the reality of it. Their bye comes November 13. They have to play almost the entire AFC North to start the season. They might go 0-4 there.”
Not only does Quinn expect the Jets to be very bad, he thinks they will go “back to the drawing board” at quarterback.
The Jets used the No. 2 overall choice on Zach Wilson a year ago. After 13 starts, he racked up 2,334 yards, nine touchdowns, 11 interceptions and a 69.7 passer rating. It is way too early to figure out if the team screwed up.