Joy Taylor lies with her head on the speak table as FS1 co-host shouts “It sucks” during emotional breakdown on show

FOX Sports host Joy Taylor couldn’t contain her feelings about four-time MVP Aaron Rodgers’ season-ending injury.

The Speak presenter collapsed live on air, recapping the gruesome injury.

Joy Taylor collapsed due to Aaron Rodgers' injury


Joy Taylor collapsed due to Aaron Rodgers’ injuryPhoto credit: TikTok/joytaylortalks
Rodgers tore his Achilles tendon on Monday Night Football


Rodgers tore his Achilles tendon on Monday Night FootballPhoto credit: TikTok/joytaylortalks
Taylor is still in shock


Taylor is still in shockPhoto credit: TikTok/joytaylortalks

On Monday Night Football, NFL fans were stunned when Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers left his debut after four snaps.

After the game, it was revealed that Rodgers had actually suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon, meaning he will miss the entire 2023/24 season.

On “Speak,” the crew and Taylor relived the horrific moment.

Taylor said: “Crap. It sucks. It sucks for him. Obviously he’s the one struggling with the injury. Sucks for Jets fans. Sucks for the Jets organization.”

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“It sucks for us. It sucks for NFL history. It sucks. It’s like the biggest joke in sports history.”

“Shit, shit, shit. Because we all know how it goes, you see it and you think, ‘No, that can’t be it.'”

With Rodgers out for the season, expectations are lower for the Jets and the rest of their season.

The team expects to meet and discuss post-Rodgers plans for the position.

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Most likely, the team will either go with former No. 2 overall pick Zach Wilson or sign an established veteran to try to get the team to the playoffs for the first time since 2010.

After Rodgers went down, Wilson stepped in and threw for 140 yards, a touchdown and an interception en route to the Jets’ season-opening win over the Bills.

Taylor spent the weekend watching the Miami Dolphins in Los Angeles.

On Sunday, the 36-year-old sports media representative enjoyed the Dolphins’ comeback at SoFi Stadium, defeating the Chargers in a thrilling, high-scoring 36-34 win.

Taylor will continue to cover football and attend games throughout the season.

To watch Taylor, tune in to FS1 and Speak every Monday through Friday at 4:30 p.m. ET.


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