After C.J. Mosely made the claim that it’s “playoffs or bust” for the Jets earlier in the offseason, wide receiver Braxton Berrios has come out echoing an even stronger sentiment.
It’s easy to understand why there is so much hype within New York’s locker room. The Jets higher-ups have invested heavily into building a successful young core. The last two years the offense added Zach Wilson, Garrett Wilson, Elijah Moore, and Breece Hall on the offensive side through the draft.
On the defensive side, they drafted Sauce Gardner and Jermaine Johnson. They have also brought in numerous free-agent acquisitions.
Braxton Berrios, who signed with the Jets for two years at $12 million this offseason, is all in on the youthful revival of the team.
“We have a lot to do,” Berrios said. “We have all the tools to be able to do that, absolutely.”