"Wheel of Fortune" hostess Vanna White and host Pat Sajak inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters Broadcasting Hall of Fame during the NAB Achievement in Broadcasting Dinner at Encore Las Vegas on April 9, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The season premiere of Wheel of Fortune this week left fans angry with the network that airs it. The show got pushed back in favor of Monday Night Football. As we previously reported in June, the game show’s 41st season will be host Pat Sajak’s last, with Ryan Seacrest taking over in 2024. Seacrest signed a “multi-year agreement” to host the show, with co-host Vanna White staying on and will also serve as a consulting producer. Sajak took the helm of the Merv Griffin-created show in 1981, six years after its creation, with White as his co-host, revealing letters on the game board.

Pat Sajak on Twitter: ""I'm looking forward to my final season starting this fall, and then handing over the car keys to Ryan Seacrest in September of 2024." / Twitter"

"I'm looking forward to my final season starting this fall, and then handing over the car keys to Ryan Seacrest in September of 2024."

The first show of the season aired on Monday (September 11) night, but it was not available for all viewers, as the pregame show for Monday Night football caused scheduling issues in some areas. For some fans, the show aired the following morning in the wee hours, and for others, the show was not available to watch at all, according to Fox News. Sajak took to social media to alert fans about the issue, writing: “Because of football and squabbles between stations and carriers, a lot of you won’t be able to see some episodes of Wheel this season. We’re as sorry as you are, but we are powerless to do anything about it.”

One person commented on Sajak’s tweet writing: “Missed you tonight (darn football). Every show counts given we only have one more year with you.” Another criticized the “shortsightedness of both the carriers and stations,” adding that they are “shivving their customers in back. You’re exiting this wacky business at the right time.” One fan stated: “Nobody asked for Monday Night Football pregame. We don’t need talking heads chit-chatting behind a table or on an empty field way before the actual event. Go crazy during game time, but stop robbing Wheel of Fortune of ratings on ABC stations.”

RELATED: New York Jets QB Aaron Rodgers Reportedly Out for the Season

Wheel of Fortune airs on ABC, CBS, Fox, or NBC affiliates depending on where you live in the country. Viewers who tuned in to ABC to watch the show had the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets pre-game show take precedence. For some, this meant they could only watch the premiere episode in the middle of the night, while others did not get a chance to watch the episode at all.

5 Quarterbacks Who Could Replace Aaron Rodgers with the New York Jets

It’s been a few days since Aaron Rodgers’ season-ending injury occurred, but it’s still all anyone is talking about in the NFL. I feel really bad for both Rodgers and the Jets. Rodgers may not be the NFL’s most well-liked quarterback, but there’s also some natural hate that comes with being on top, so Rodgers has had to deal with that his whole career. I don’t blame him for having a chip on his shoulder, if he does. Also, the Jets thought they finally had their perfect fit for a quarterback in Rodgers. There was so much excitement around him coming to the Jets. Then, within the first five minutes of Rodgers’ first game with the Jets, he got injured. So, his season is over. You can’t make this stuff up, kids. So, who could replace Aaron Rodgers with the New York Jets?

A lot of different names are being brought up in regards to the Jets’ new quarterback. According to The Athletic’s Dianna Russini and CBS Sports’ Josina Anderson, the team is not interested in bringing on two of the rumored players to join the Jets: Tom Brady and Colin Kaepernick. Moreover, Jordan Schultz has also stated that Kaepernick’s agent actually reached out to the Jets. But, they’re saying it’s a no for Brady and Kaepernick. Even so, I’m including Brady on this list, because there is still a lot of speculation around him surprising people and possibly stepping in for Rodgers.

I hope that whoever the Jets brings on does well for the team, because they deserve to have a good run. I also hope Rodgers heals up completely. It would be a shame for that play on Monday to be his final play of his career. Read on for five quarterbacks who could replace Aaron Rodgers with the New York Jets. Reach out to me with your thoughts here.

5 Quarterbacks Who Could Replace Aaron Rodgers with the New York Jets

  • Zach Wilson

    Zach Wilson was the Jets’ No. 2 pick in 2021. He filled in for Rodgers in Monday’s game and was impressive. He threw a touchdown and an interception in the team’s stu22-16 overtime win. Maybe the Jets should just stick with him?

  • Teddy Bridgewater

    Teddy Bridgewater spent a preseason with the Jets in 2018, but he was traded to the Saints. He’s currently Jared Goff’s backup with the Detroit Lions, but Bridgewater will be a free agent after this season. Also, the Lions have rookie Hendon Hooker recovering from a knee injury, so if Hooker is healthy, Bridgewater could become available.

  • Matthew Stafford

    The Jets allegedly inquired about Matthew Stafford before getting Aaron Rodgers over the offseason. So, they obviously like what he offers. In the end, L.A. didn’t trade Stafford, but things are different now. Stafford is only earning a $1.5 million salary in 2023, but he also has big bonuses coming the next four years. The Rams could trade Stafford, but just like last season, it’s all about dollars and cents and if it financially makes any sense.

  • Kirk Cousins

    As a Michigan State University graduate, I’m a big Kirk Cousins fan. He’s a free agent in 2024, and the Vikings didn’t extend him before the season. What are they thinking? Anyway, the Vikings had a great season in 2022. Cousins is also positive and has said good things about Rodgers. If the Jets need someone by mid-season, maybe it’s a crazy thought, but some are speculating that Cousins could land with the Jets.

  • Tom Brady

    While fans are still speculating that Tom Brady could step in for Aaron Rodgers, that rumor seems to be over. The New York Jets won’s be calling on Brady, according to The Athletic.

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