3 reasons the NY Giants will be better than Aaron Rodgers' Jets in 2023

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1. It's the New York Jets

The Jets have been the laughingstock of the NFL for the majority of their existence. The Giants have been viewed as one of the NFL's prominent franchises. Big Blue has a .528 franchise winning percentage while the Jets have a .440 franchise winning percentage. The Giants have four Super Bowls, the Jets have just one Super Bowl.

Generally, everything that could go wrong, does go wrong for the New York Jets. Don't forget, the Jets coaching staff is led by Robert Saleh, who the jury is very much still out on, and Nathaniel Hackett, who was just fired as Denver Broncos head coach 15 games into his tenure after a disastrous season.

The Giants are led by Brian Daboll, the reigning Coach of the Year. The G-Men have a future head coach and former Andy Reid lieutenant, Mike Kafka, running the offense. They also have one of the greatest defensive minds in the NFL, Wink Martindale, running the defense.

The Jets ownership group, the Johnson Family, is viewed as one of the worst owners in professional sports, while the Mara Family is viewed as one of the best (though the Mara's reputation took a major hit over the past decade).

Rodgers was recently at the Taylor Swift Eras Tour concert at MetLife Stadium, and created the cringest moment of the NFL offseason, mock celebrating a Jets Super Bowl win.

I am all for having fun, but comments like the one Rodgers made can only backfire. The legendary quarterback just gave the football world one of the funniest memes imaginable if his New York tenure does not go as planned... and we don't think it will.

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