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"Geno Smith’s Jets career got off to a strong start in 2013, but took a nosedive in 2014. Now he’s back as the starter. Here’s a look at how he got here: Highs Sept. 8, 2013: Smith leads the Jets to an 18-17 victory over the Buccaneers in his first game. He goes 24 of 38 for 256 yards with a touchdown and an interception. Oct. 7, 2013: In a “Monday Night Football” game, Smith throws three touchdowns in a 30-28 upset win over the Falcons. He completes 16 of 20 passes for 199 yards and doesn’t have an interception. People start to believe he could be a franchise quarterback. Oct. 20, 2013: He is not the star of the game, but Smith helps the Jets beat the Patriots 30-27 in overtime. Whenever the Jets beat the Patriots, it is memorable. He throws for a touchdown and runs for another. Dec. 29, 2013: Playing across the street from where he grew up, Smith finishes his rookie season with a flourish. He runs for a touchdown in a 20-7 win over", nypost.com
"The last time Geno Smith was set to be the New York Jets starting quarterback, he suffered a setback that led to Ryan Fitzpatrick becoming the starter: In 2015, Smith was sucker-punched by then-teammate IK Enemkpali during training camp, breaking his jaw. It seems, we've now come full circle.", ftw.usatoday.com
"The Geno-coaster is back open for business. The longest running drama (or comedy) in New York — the Jets’ quarterback situation — took another turn Wednesday when coach Todd Bowles benched Ryan Fitzpatrick in favor of Geno Smith for this week’s game against the Ravens. The move comes with the Jets at 1-5 after losing four straight games. Fitzpatrick has a league-high 11 interceptions and is the lowest-rated quarterback in the league. “I felt like it was time for a change,” Bowles said. “We had six games where we didn’t play very well in five of them. The quarterback is ultimately responsible, but I’m responsible and the rest of the team is responsible. I felt like it would be a good time to make a change and see what he can do. “You have guys of equal talent, at an equal talent level, and one is not playing as well, you try to turn to the other one. That’s what we did.” The offense has been", nypost.com