5.) Aaron Rodgers
Why not start the list right off with the biggest name on the Jets’ roster? The future Hall of Fame quarterback was brought in to clean up a gigantic mess the Jets had with their quarterback play last season. Rodgers clearly wanted out of Green Bay, and he got his wishes and will now see himself in a different shade of green for the first time in his career.
Rodgers has faced the Bills four times in his career, in which he is 2-2, including a loss last season to the Bills. An interesting note to keep in mind is that Rodgers has historically not been the true superstar against the Bills’ defense. He has only completed about 55 percent of his throws and has a 5 to 4 touchdown-interception ratio.
However, the past is the past and there are many questions as to how Rodgers will perform with the Jets. At the end of the day, the Bills’ defense will have to find a way to keep Rodgers from extending plays. This is where the edge rushers for the Bills could play a major role into making Rodgers uncomfortable on the outside of the pocket.