Geno Smith Suffers Torn ACL

Jets quarterback Geno Smith has suffered a torn ACL, according to Rich Cimini of (on Twitter). The injury is, of course, a season-ender.



After Ryan Fitzpatrick got off to an atrocious start this season, the Jets turned things back over to Smith who has mostly struggled since entering the league. Early on in Sunday’s game, Smith was sacked hard and fell awkwardly, leaving him with a major knee injury. The West Virginia product is slated for free agency this year and has likely played his last down as a member of the Jets.

Last year, Smith lost the majority of the season when a locker room fight with teammate IK Enemkpali left him with a broken jaw. Now, Smith’s season is over after less than one half of action.

It’s not immediately clear what the Jets will do at quarterback for the time being. Fitzpatrick looked capable when he was subbed into the game on Sunday, but the Jets already took the job away from him this month and they have reportedly decided against bringing him back for next season. The Jets may opt to see what they have in the younger Bryce Petty.

Photo courtesy of USA Today Sports Images.

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  1. JustaBrewerfan

    Wonder if Joe Namath needs to issue an apology now? Check facts before throwing stones.

  2. Ravens_Last_Place

    Wow. He is so soft. Physically and mentally. He has most likely played his last game as a Jet, and I’m sure the Jets fans are not sad about that. He is also probably forever done as a starting QB, barring freak situations like this year that thrust him into that undeserved role.


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