The Jets shouldn’t worry about drafting a quarterback because Phil Simms believes that the one they have – Geno Smith – would be the top quarterback on this year’s board.

In picking apart the top QBs in the coming draft, such as Louisville’s Teddy Bridgewater, Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel and Central Florida’s Blake Bortles, Simms said Smith would be at the top of his list if he were still at West Virginia.

“If you’re the New York Jets you’ve got to sit there and go, ‘Wow, good thing we made a move last year and we didn’t wait until this year,’” Simms said Wednesday on SiriusXM’s Mad Dog Sports Radio channel with Adam Schein. “My first thought is just physically and how he played at the end of the year I would be pretty happy going, ‘Man, all right, we got a guy.’ I think if Geno Smith was in this draft class he would be the number one guy, without question.”

Simms had a close look at Smith as he was playing ahead of his son, Matt, with the Jets. Matt replaced Smith at halftime in a 23-3 Week 13 loss to the Dolphins briefly sparking a quarterback controversy, but Smith played his best football after the benching.