Rob Gronkowski Tells Kay Adams The Perfect Plan For The Jets To Turn Their Season Around

It’s no secret the New York Jets are a complete mess. 

There has been no greater example of a team’s season going completely down the drain as instantly as it did with these Jets. As soon as quarterback Aaron Rodgers tore his Achilles tendon on the FOURTH play of the very first offensive series of the season, you knew it was over. 

For a team that entered the season with Super Bowl aspirations, punting away the season with Zach Wilson at quarterback is the bitterest of pills to swallow. 

With the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs set to invade the Meadowlands on Sunday, the nightmare for Gang Green will most likely get worse.

Future Hall of Famer Rob Gronkowski joined Kay Adams on the “Up & Adams” show and said that if things shake out a certain way this weekend, then general manager Joe Douglas MUST pull the trigger on what would be a blockbuster trade.

“If for some reason the Vikings lose, Kirk Cousins should be shipped out 100% … He should be shipped out to the New York Jets. They need to fix that quarterback position this year if they want to win some games,” Gronk told Adams. 

Now, Gronk is far from the only person who has made this suggestion – but it doesn’t take away from the fact that it would make perfect sense.

The Jets believe they have a win-now roster, outside of quarterback with Rodgers now hurt and out for the season.

If you insert Cousins onto that team, knowing that he should be able to pick up the playbook as quick as anyone, you’d have to feel good about the Jets chances to get back in the playoff (and Super Bowl) hunt.

On the other hand, the Vikings are off to a disastrous 0-3 start and the word is that the front office is not sold on Cousins being their long-term starter going froward.

He is in the final year of his deal, which is a win-win for both teams.

For the Vikings, they would be getting assets back in return for Cousins rather than watching him walk out the door for nothing at the end of the season.

Meanwhile, for the Jets, they’d be getting an ultra-smart and talented win-now quarterback with no contract-commitment tied to him after this season – Meaning they can turn the page right back to Rodgers in 2024.

Through three weeks, Cousins has already thrown for 1,075 yards and nine touchdowns, averaging nearly 360 yards per game. These statistics make him the league leader in both categories.

Yes, the Vikings are 0-3, but the horrible start is far from Cousins’ fault.

If they lose this week to the Carolina Panthers, things will get really ugly in Minnesota. 

What do you think about Gronk’s suggestion?

If you’re the Jets, would you inquire about Cousins?

If you’re Minnesota, would you be willing to trade him?