Geno Smith does not have a lot of supporters. Even New York Jets fans are not sure about the talent that the former West Virginia quarterback may or may not have in his locker.
Two years into Geno Smith's NFL career with the Jets and we are still non the wiser. After a pretty disastrous season with the Jets in 2014 with 13 touchdowns and 13 interceptions, the 24-year-old then threw a curve-ball after completing a statistically perfect game against the Dolphins in week 17.
Despite the perfect game against Miami at the end of last season, which included an 80 percent completion rate and 358 passing yards, many NFL experts still expect Smith to be an absolute disaster for the Jets again during the 2015 NFL season.
And one of those so called experts that has added his name to the list of Geno haters is NFL legend and ex-Patriots star Rodney Harrison - who unleashed a brutal attack on Geno over the weekend.
"The Jets are, all of a sudden, on a high thinking they're going to win a championship," Harrison said on NBC Sports Radio, NFL.com reported. "You're not going to win a championship, you're not even going to make the playoffs, because you don't have a quarterback. If you go into the season and you're expecting Geno Smith to improve, it's not going to happen. He might get a little better, but when times get tough, when adversity hits, guess what he's going to do? He's going to fold just like the last couple years."
There is no doubt that Harrison does not like Geno Smith, and he even went further and claimed that the Jets' glass ceiling during the 2015 NFL season will be five or six wins with Smith at the helm.
"I don't believe in Geno Smith. I think this is a huge mistake. Hopefully in this draft, they try to address this quarterback situation, because if they go into the season with Geno Smith they might win five or six games."