2013: Through week 4 we had played the Bucs, Pats, Bills, and Titans. Geno was 4 TD to 8 INTs, 57% completion, with a QB rating of 69.3. 1 rushing TD and 3 fumbles lost. 2014: Through week 4 the Jets have played the Raiders, Packers, Bears, and Lions Geno is 4 TD to 5 INTs, 60% completion, with a QB rating of 75.3. 1 rushing TD and 2 fumbles lost. While these figures may not be significantly different, they do show progress. Geno over the course of the first four weeks of the season has turned the ball over 4 less times than last year. I expect him to get better with protecting the ball as the season goes on and ending up with a few more touchdowns than interceptions. Even if Geno ends up 1:1 by the season end he still did significantly better than last season. For a player only 2 years into the league, that should be a positive sign. Geno should continue to get better. If he continues to play better than he has previously there should be no issue. Of course it would be nice to see Geno with a 2:1 but that simply is not realistic currently, given the supporting cast. This team was not destined to win the Super Bowl this year, hell they would be insanely lucky to pull a 10-6 record given our schedule. As long as Geno is making progress and playing better than the season before there should be no issue with this young man. The minute he starts to digress, dump his ass. Just like we did Sanchez. Geno was essentially 1:2 his rookie season, if he improves that to 1:1 this season, go out and get someone like Amari Cooper in the draft or Dez in the FA next off season, a 2:1 for 2015 would be highly realistic considering Geno's growth and multiple seasons in this offensive system. So everyone just CTFO, Geno isn't playing like a veteran, how could you expect it? He's playing like a 2nd year quarterback with a subpar receiving group thanks to our brilliant GM.