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Plan B not bad thing for Jets at QB

17 March 2018

Bridgwater was once a franchise staple of the Minnesota Vikings, but a leg injury suffered prior to the 2016-17 season put not only his status as the go-to guy under center in question, but his entire National Football League career.

In his one full season as a starter, Bridgewater completed 65.3 percent of his passes for 3,231 yards, 14 touchdowns and 9 interceptions while leading the Vikings to an 11-5 record and a division title.

Despite the abbreviated campaign, McCown was voted team MVP by his Jets teammates.

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Even though Cousins would have represented an immediate upgrade at the game's most important position, signing him for just three years and a reported $84-million, fully guaranteed deal would have been shortsighted and ultimately counterproductive. NY can build through the trenches by taking a linebacker, offensive lineman, or pass rusher while hoping to find a diamond in the rough with Bridgewater. It is wise for the Jets to sign several options at QB this offseason. The Jets could also look to re-sign Josh McCown. We'll see which side blinks first. He'll likely combine with Darron Lee to man the middle of the Jets' linebacker group.

The deal marks the second contract agreement with a quarterback the Jets finalized on Tuesday. Crowell expressed frustration with the play calling last season when the Browns went 0-16.

Williamson was a fifth-round pick out of Kentucky in the 2014 draft. He ran for 853 yards and two touchdowns last season, and caught 28 passes for 182 yards. The 25-year-old has not had any setbacks in his recovery.

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It's still early, and certainly still work to be done, but it's been a nice start for the Jets.

Crowell shared carries with Duke Johnson the past two seasons, but averaged almost 4.5 yards per carry during that span. I enjoyed my time with coach (Todd) Bowles.

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Plan B not bad thing for Jets at QB