5. Trevor Siemian, QB
There's a good chance that Sunday's game will be Trevor Siemian's last in a Jets jersey.
The 32-year-old journey signed with the Cincinnati Bengals back in May only to be released at the end of the preseason. He wasn't out of a job for long, though, as the Jets brought him back to the franchise for the first time since 2019 due to Rodgers' season-ending Achilles tear.
With Zach Wilson also dealing with injuries and inconsistent play throughout the year, Siemian has made four appearances (2 starts) for New York thus far, completing 78-of-133 passes (58.6%) for 654 passing yards and two TDs to four INTs. Given that his 63.9 passer rating is among the worst in the league, it isn't surprising that Jets fans aren't dying to see an encore next season.
Besides, Rodgers and Wilson should both be 100% by the time the new season comes around, proving that there isn't a need for Siemian. While he could be the Jets' third-stringer, chances are that the team can easily find a suitable replacement either through the draft or free agency.