Jets QB Geno Smith says he will be a top-5 quarterback by 2015 or 2016
What are you looking for?
 
 
 
 

Jets QB Geno Smith says he will be a top-5 quarterback by 2015 or 2016

Aaron Rodgers. Drew Brees. Peyton Manning. Tom Brady. Geno Smith @GenoSmith_12?
Smith was asked Saturday for his opinion about a recent ESPN survey that ranked him as the worst QB in the NFL, No. 32. He isn't worried about it and expects a much more desired ranking after this season.
"The thing about it is, you have to climb up," Smith said. "If I'm No. 32, by this time next year or the year after, I expect to be in the top five."

Fantasy Analysis:

Let's be overly optimistic about this.
A lot of rookie quarterbacks struggle. As mentioned in the source article, Manning threw 28 interceptions as a rook. Smith threw "only" 21. Improvement comes with experience. It also comes with a strong work ethic, something teammates have noticed from Smith this offseason.
He has the faith of Rex Ryan and other coaches who know full well that their jobs are riding on Smith's right arm. And maybe Smith transforms that list into a reason to prove everybody wrong. Maybe he uses it as a source of motivation as the great ones do.
On the field, the acquisitions of Eric Decker @EricDecker87 and Chris Johnson @ChrisJohnson28 give Smith a couple of targets who are far better than anyone he could throw to last year.

OK, so I'm still not drafting Smith in any league this year, but that doesn't mean he won't ever be significantly better than his 2013 form. Top five? Get outta here.

Source:
Rich Cimini via ESPN New York

FFToolbox is now ScoutFantasy.com. Become a Scout Member today to get access to the best fantasy players in the world!

0 Comments | Add Yours

There are no comments on this article yet.

You must login in order to comment:

If you do not have an account yet, register here -- it's free

Warning: You don't have cookies enabled in your internet broswer. Without cookies, you will not be able to login. Some web browsers allow cookies to be managed on a per-site basis.



News Archive
NFL News Feed: XML Feed
Subscribe to FFToolbox NFL News and Rumors by Email


Partner of USA TODAY Sports Digital Properties