Brandon Marshall's Latest Tweet Has New York Jets Fans Feeling Worse About Josh McCown
Dec 11, 2016; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns quarterback Josh McCown (13) warms up before the game between the Cleveland Browns and the Cincinnati Bengals at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

The latest tweet coming from Giants wide receiver Brandon Marshall just forces New York Jets fans to feel worse about QB Josh McCown.

Oh, the pain. It’s the commonly used phrase uttered by WFAN’s Joe Benigno when referring to his beloved New York Jets throughout the long four-plus decades since their last Super Bowl championship in 1968.

It’s also now a phrase almost every Jets fan is rambling when the 2017 version of the Jets is thought of.

Josh McCown is now the de facto starting quarterback of the squad after Mike Maccagnan inked him to a one-year deal on Monday afternoon.

Don’t worry, though. Ex-Jet and current New York Giants receiver Brandon Marshall has encouraging words about the signing:

Oh yes, the word of “beast” while ensuring that Quincy Enunwa, Robby Anderson and Jalin Marshall are in good hands surely washes over any doubts fans of the green and white may have concerning their new quarterback.

This is the especially the case considering how fond B-Marsh was of Ryan Fitzpatrick over the last two years. Ladies and gents, your boy Marshall just but the whammy on any surprise season McCown could have experienced with New York in 2017.

Clearly, Brandon Marshall isn’t going to be an NFL talent evaluator anytime soon. Could he do a better job than Mikey Mac, though? That’s the real question on this day.

 NEXT: Jets Sign FA Quarterback Josh McCown 


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