Jets Make Bold Move: Hire Nathaniel Hackett as New OC in Preparation for Possible Aaron Rodgers Arrival

The New York Jets have made a major move in their quest to win the Super Bowl, hiring former Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett as their new OC. Hackett was fired by the Broncos last season, but the Jets are confident that he can help them reach their goal.

The move has sparked speculation that the Jets may be targeting Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers in free agency. Rodgers is widely considered to be one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL, and the Jets are hoping that Hackett’s presence will make the team an attractive destination for him.

ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith had strong words for the Jets’ decision to hire Hackett, saying, “What the hell are you doing?!”. Smith believes that the team should focus on other areas of need, such as the offensive line, before bringing in a new quarterback.

Only time will tell if the Jets’ gamble pays off. Will Aaron Rodgers land with the Jets? It remains to be seen. But one thing is for sure: the Jets are taking a huge risk in their pursuit of a championship.