New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been recovering quickly from his torn Achilles he suffered back in week one of this year. He has been a part of many rumors regarding a potential return date as soon as this season. However, a clip has gone viral on Twitter of Rodgers saying when he expects to return to the action.
Derwin James asked Aaron Rodgers when he’s coming back….
Rodgers says: “Give me a few weeks”
— JPAFootball (@jasrifootball) November 7, 2023
Aaron Rodgers Comments
Immediately following the Jets’ 27-6 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers, Rodgers met up with Chargers safety Derwin James. James walked up to the veteran quarterback and asked him when he is coming back, to which Rodger responded, “Give me a few weeks.” If Rodgers is a man of his word, we could see him come back to playing as soon as December. He is already throwing 50-yard bombs in pregame warmups!
Aaron Rodgers is an alien
Out here throwing 50+ yards 2 months after his achilles injury
— Hogg (@HoggNFL) November 7, 2023
A comeback this season for the veteran quarterback seems inevitable at this point with all of the hints he has given to the public. Rodgers is known to stir up rumors amongst fans and analysts, so it’s been hard to tell if he is being fully truthful about his speedy recovery. However, the evidence is starting to become much more valid as the weeks go by, and everyone expects him to be back sooner rather than later.
New York Jets Offensive Struggles
The Jets fell to 4-4 in the Monday Night football clash and did not score one touchdown the entire game. The offense gave up eight sacks in total and turned the ball over three times. Although the Chargers have started to gain more momentum, the problems on the Jets’ sideline are very clearly with the offensive unit.
New York will face off against the Las Vegas Raiders, who are rolling high after firing Josh McDaniels on Sunday Night Football next week. If the offense led by Zach Wilson continues to struggle like it did against Los Angeles, Rodgers may come back even sooner than he says in this video.
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