I don’t get Rodney Harrison’s logic Dan Leberfeld

Former NFL safety Rodney Harrison now works for NBC Sports.

On their radio network he said recently, “I don’t believe in Geno Smith. 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.”

I don’t get his logic.

It’s his right not to believe in Geno Smith.

However, what I don’t understand is his theorem that the Jets might do better than five or six wins if they pick a quarterback in the 2015 draft.

So a rookie, who will have no NFL experience, and who faces an enormous learning curve, will give the Jets a better chance to win more games this year than Geno Smith or perhaps Ryan Fitzpatrick.

That really doesn’t make a lot of sense.