NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Joe Klecko knows firsthand what glory with the New York Jets feels like.
The big defensive lineman spent a decade with Gang Green and was an integral member of the Sack Exchange in the early 80s, and he had Brandon Tierney gushing over his credentials during a conversation Monday on CBS Sports Radio.
However, the main subject wasn’t so sunny; it was about the 2013 Jets.
As Klecko sees it, this team confirms the old adage that if you have two QBs, you have none. He does not see rookie Geno Smith stepping in and successfully starting from Day 1, and he’s seen far too much of Mark Sanchez.
“I just don’t think they’re going to go anywhere with Mark,” Klecko said. “Because, first of all, now you have the No. 1 receiver saying, in his own theory, maybe (he) won’t be able to play all year; he lost his go-to guy in Dustin Keller as a tight end. He doesn’t have a lot of options out there.”
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