Why Aaron Rodgers' 2022 season was bad and why the Jets will be alright in 2023

Aaron Rodgers became the greatest quarterback to ever don a Jets uniform when the Green Bay Packers,

his NFL team for 18 seasons (2005-2022), agreed to trade the four-time NFL MVP and Super Bowl XLV MVP to the Big Apple. It's not hyperbole to say that.

Gang Green paid a hefty price to get the Packers' all-time leader in passing touchdowns (475, fifth-most in NFL history).

In exchange for the Jets' 13th overall first-round pick, No. 42 in the second round, No. 207 in the sixth round,

and a conditional 2024 second-round pick that will become a first-rounder if Rodgers participates in at least 65 percent of New York's

offensive plays in 2023, Green Bay received their 15th overall first-round pick and a fifth-round pick (No. 170),

along with Rodgers. The Jets gave up a second-round pick and what is probably a first-round pick in exchange for moving back two spots in the 2023 NFL Draft,

which cost them the opportunity to draft one of the top offensive line prospects in the most recent class.

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