When future Hall of Fame quarterback Aaron Rodgers got hurt and had to miss the rest of the season, the New York Jets were in a tough spot. 

For now, Zach Wilson is the team's starting quarterback while Aaron Rodgers is out, but if he fails, the team could be ready to replace Rodgers with another past MVP.

Connor Hughes of SNY, who knows a lot about the New York Jets and Giants, says that the Jets plan for Zach Wilson to be their quarterback for the rest of the season. 

But if he doesn't do well, the Jets are ready to look at other choices. Former NFL MVP Matt Ryan could be one of those options.

Right now, Wilson is this team's quarterback. That's how it's supposed to be for the rest of the season.

Plans can change, though. If Wilson has a hard time against the Cowboys and Patriots in the next two weeks, they will too. 

I think New York will get a passer early next week. "He'll spend a lot of time on the practice team learning the offense," Hughes wrote on Sunday.

If the Jets lose the next two games, they will start getting him ready to be the starting quarterback. 

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