The New York Jets are tasked with a major challenge in 2015 when it comes to the opposing quarterbacks they’ll square off with during the regular season. Here’s our list of The 5 Toughest QBs The Jets Will Face In 2015.
5) Marcus Mariota (Dec. 13)
We’re not necesarily including the Titans rookie for what he’s likely to do in month two of his first year. We’re including him more because he presents a very unique hybrid of mobility and game management that the Jets haven’t yet seen in the middle of game action.
4) Eli Manning (Dec. 6)
Before you sneer, Manning led a Giants offense last season that finished in the top-ten in total offense while its running game sputtered through protracted bouts of inconsistency. Yes he’s turnover prone at this stage of his career, but the Manning/Odell Beckham Jr. connection is going to be one heck of a tall task to contend with.
3) Tony Romo (Dec. 19)
Romo just gets better and more refined in his decision-making processes with age. Losing DeMarco Murray as a workhorse in the backfield will be a blow, but Romo will forever be a talented gunslinger who can kill you on any given day when he’s in the zone.
2) Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts (Sept. 21)
Blending talent and youth into the complete quarterback package, Luck is who you would draw up if you were putting together a prototypical signal caller in a lab somewhere. One of the best pocket QBs around, Luck’s more than an handful whenever he steps on the turf.
We all know Brady’s resume. He’s the best quarterback in the game, and with the reigning Super Bowl champ determined to put the “Deflategate” scandal behind him, he should dominate even more this year.Back to the New York Jets Newsfeed