The NFL free agency period is almost here and teams are already starting to look at options they could have on the table when it comes to upgrading their roster. The New York Jets need serious help at quarterback and seem to be in the market for veteran assistance.
According to ESPNNewYork.com, the Jets could possibly be interested in adding quarterback Matt Schaub this offseason to mentor Geno Smith and compete for the starting job.
The Jets also may check into the availability of Matt Schaub, who probably will be cut or traded by the Houston Texans. Schaub was a train wreck last season, but, remember, he was a Pro Bowl player in 2012. Quarterbacks coach David Lee is strong on fundamentals and he could work wonders with Schaub. Problem is, his price tag could be too rich for the Jets.
New York needs fresh blood at quarterback to try and kick start Geno Smith’s career as he had no one to teach him anything last year. Schaub is hardly elite, but he’s a veteran who could come in and really help Geno learn how to be a quarterback.