Jets’ Anderson: ‘God forbid that was my last game as a Jet’

Anytime you are 1-6, changes will come, and for the New York Jets, who were defeated by the Jaguars 29-15 on Sunday, a lot of changes could come by the trade deadline on October 29. There are a few players that have been mentioned in trade talks, including WR Robby Anderson.

However, the fourth-year wide receiver hopes that Sunday was not his last game with the Jets.

“It’s a business,” Anderson said after the loss to the Jaguars. “God forbid that was my last game as a Jet; it’ll be disappointing to go out like this. I don’t want it to ever go misconstrued or mistaken that my all has been to get us to the top, to the Super Bowl. Hopefully, I’m still here so I can continue to try and work on that, but I can’t call it.”

While hearing your name in trades can be a distraction, according to Anderson, that has not been the case.

“No, that’s a distraction,” he said. “I’m here now. I’m still a Jet, and I haven’t been told anything. I’m here to do my job…” I’m a big believer in what’s meant for you is going to be meant for you. If that’s a part of my destiny, if it’s not, I’ll just take it for what it is.”

Anderson(21 receptions, 309 yards, 1 touchdown) has some ability and is a deep threat, but when things are going bad, something has to change. We’ll see if Anderson will be with the Jets after next week.

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