Reports out of training camp Friday indicate it was another rough day for the three quarterbacks competing for the starting job.
The Jets' quarterback competition hasn't been very competitive at all. Christian Hackenberg (3-for-11, three sacks) had his worst day of training camp, his third straight sub-par day. Josh McCown (12-for-20) had plenty of hiccups, too, including a red-zone interception. He almost had a second pick in the red zone. McCown is the clear front runner for the job. Bryce Petty (2-for-4) barely got on the field. He and the entire third-string offense were forced to run a punishment lap ... and Petty never returned.
#Jets QBs dropped back to pass 16x in red zone drills. McCown completed the only 3 passes (2 TDs). Also two QB runs. Yikes— Connor Hughes (@Connor_J_Hughes) August 4, 2017
We aren't exactly seeing a bang up start to training camp. Of course this is just the first week so there is plenty of football to be played. Although I am sure there will be some overreaction to this, please remember the first preseason game hasn't even kicked off yet.