Jets' Sam Darnold 'good enough to win' Super Bowl, Carson Palmer says One recent NFL retiree, who also happens to be a former Trojans quarterback, definitely believes so."I think there's no doubt whatsoever that Sam's good enough to win the Super Bowl," Carson Palmer told USA TODAY Sports. "But it doesn't just depend on the quarterback. There's so many factors that go into a Super Bowl championship that rely heavily on the organization."We'll https://www.jamaladamsjerseysale.com...ale-1_114.html see. The Jets have been quite a mess for a long time now. If https://www.jamaladamsjerseysale.com...sale-1_39.html they can figure things out and find a way to make Sam the best player he can be, then they'll win a Super Bowl I believe."More: 32 things we learned from Week 1 of the 2018 NFL seasonMore: NFL Week 1 winners, losers: Cowboys offense looks stuckPalmer, who hung up his cleats after the 2017 season following a 15-year pro career, came within one win of taking the Arizona Cardinals to Super Bowl 50 following the 2015 campaign. Unlike Buffalo Bills first rounder Josh Allen, for example, Darnold's past experience should serve him well immediately, Palmer says, even though at just 21, he's about to become the youngest player to start under center since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger."Sam's played against NFL-caliber players," said Palmer, whose brother Jordan trained . Darnold in the lead-up to April's draft. "He's got a bunch of reps underneath his belt, great player in high school, went to college and had the chance to sit and learn — all of a sudden he Jamal Adams Authentic Jersey

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