Trevor Lawrence’s big New York Jets decision is overblown, Quinnen Williams‘s pushback and Le’Veon Bell‘s revenge.
Let’s enjoy a moment of truth, shall we? There isn’t much to break down on the field right now. The Kansas City Chiefs are the New York Jets‘ opponent this week, which means formulating correct strategies isn’t exactly a worthwhile exercise.
Thankfully, these are the Jets; there is never a shortage of topics to discuss and ponder.
Trevor Lawrence recently came down with COVID-19. He’ll miss this Saturday’s game against Boston College and is in danger of missing the big showdown against Notre Dame the week after.
While he’s out, he can think about his big NFL decision: whether or not to avoid the Jets.
Naturally, the idea has surfaced much more than it should, thanks to the Jets’ involvement. Everything becomes sensationalized when it comes to the Jets. While Lawrence should give it a good thought, choosing the Jets would give him a leg up on other NFL quarterbacks.
New York—even in today’s technology-driven landscape—still provides for the opportunity to overinflate a name brand. Similar to the brand that is Joe Namath, Trevor Lawrence has a better shot to reach those heights thanks to the big city.
Additionally, Le’Veon Bell is ready to face his former team this Sunday, while his former offensive coordinator in Pittsburgh, Todd Haley, decided to pile on Adam Gase and the Jets for their misuse of the workhorse.
All of that and more on Sabo Radio 68: