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NFL VP Reveals Why The Jets Got 6 Primetime Games This Season

Aaron Rodgers #8 of the New York Jets reacts on the field after the Los Angeles Chargers defeated the New York Jets 27-6 at MetLife Stadium on November 06, 2023 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
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After acquiring superstar quarterback Aaron Rodgers in a blockbuster trade with the Green Bay Packers, the New York Jets were the talk of the NFL, with many believing the storied franchise had finally found the missing piece to the championship puzzle.

Unfortunately for New York, the dream of making a run at another Super Bowl title came crashing down in the first quarter of Week 1’s showdown against the division-rival Buffalo Bills, with Rodgers suffering a season-ending Achilles injury.

Not only did Rodgers’ injury end his first season in New York, but like most professional athletes who suffer this severe injury, it threatened the rest of his playing career, as some players don’t bounce back from this injury.

However, it seems as though Rodgers is determined to get back on the field and bounce back with a vengeance for the Jets in 2024, which is obviously a good sign for the franchise and the NFL, for that matter.

With Rodgers making a full recovery from surgery on his Achilles, the league has given the Jets six primetime games in the first 11 weeks of the upcoming season, with Mike North explaining why that choice was made, highlighting Rodgers’ star power, via SiriusXM NFL Radio.

With the four-time NFL MVP being one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time and incredibly controversial for how he lives his life off the gridiron, it comes as no surprise that the league would maximize the amount of time he’s seen on the national stage, as he will always draw a huge viewership.

The real question moving forward is whether Rodgers has anything left in the tank and if the can lead this team to the Super Bowl next season.

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