ESPN NFL Analyst Robert Griffin III Says New York Jets Need to Win 10 Games This Season

The Jets got better this offseason.

There’s no question about that.

But did they do enough to content and end their postseason drought?

One former quarterback, and current NFL analyst, is all-in on this Jets team after their eventful offseason.

ESPN’s Robert Griffin III had this to say on NFL Live this week:

The Jets, I think they have to win 10 games. That’s the bottom line. It’s time. The fans deserve it. GM Joe Douglas has put an offense together for Zach Wilson that features Michael Carter, Breece Hall, Garrett Wilson, Elijah Moore and Corey Davis at wide receiver. Then you bring in CJ Uzomah and you also have Tyler Conklin at tight end, this roster is stacked offensively. When you look at them defensively, you bring in Jermaine Johnson and you partner him with Carl Lawson coming off injury and Quinnen Williams, Mr. ‘Bless You, Thank You’ himself, and you bring in Sauce Gardner and you get Jordan Whitehead from the Bucs. I just look at the Jets and say they’ve done a great job and they just need Zach Wilson to get out of the flight simulator. They’re ready for takeoff and he’s got to get in the jet, be the pilot and be the sole reason they win at least three to four games this year. I think it’s doable. It’s not the end of the world if they don’t win 10 games, but I think they certainly can this year.


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