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New York Jets Overreactions After Week 2 Loss To Patriots: Bench Zach Wilson And Sign A Veteran QB?

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The New York Jets and Zach Wilson struggled on all fronts in their NFL week 2 matchup with the New England Patriots. The Jets offense failed to find the endzone the entire game, in large part due to rookie Zach Wilson’s 4 interceptions in his home debut. Wilson can’t seem to find any momentum on the Jets offense and the overreactions are here. Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk wants the Jets to sign a veteran QB to help Wilson and also give the team an option to play if they choose to BENCH Wilson! But Chat Sports host Tom Downey isn’t on board with that idea. #NFL
New York Post

Why Jets are so confident in Zach Wilson after four-pick disaster

The Jets are putting up a united front, protecting their future like an offensive line full of All-Pros. “I think he’s going to bounce back,” linebacker C.J. Mosley said Monday before correcting himself. “No, I know he will bounce back.”. Even when Zach Wilson’s interceptions started piling up, “He’s the...
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Friday Football Fever Week 4 Play of the Week nominees

WCIA — The Friday Football Fever Play of the Week is back! We’ve got three nominees from Week 4 of the high school football season. Every week of the regular season, we’ll announce three nominees on Monday, then a winner on Tuesday. To vote for who wins, go to the WCIA 3 Facebook and Twitter pages:, or
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Sam Darnold soaring as Zach Wilson struggles. Give it some time, Jets fans.

It is the nightmare scenario every Jets fan fears, a perfect storm of disappointment that is entirely in keeping with this seemingly unending run of failure:. What if it turns out that Zach Wilson simply isn’t as good as the Jets had envisioned when they looked to him as the answer at quarterback? And what if Sam Darnold thrives now that he has left the team and joined a more stable situation with the Panthers?

Rex Ryan Has Honest Assessment Of Jets QB Zach Wilson

The home debut for New York Jets rookie quarterback Zach Wilson was one to forget. The No. 2 overall pick looked totally overmatched against the New England Patriots and fell to 0-2 as a starter in the NFL. Wilson ended the game with four interceptions, two of which came on...
New York Post

Jets add to why Denzel Mims didn’t play versus Patriots

The biggest mystery around the Jets gained a little bit more clarity Monday. After receiver Denzel Mims was inactive in the loss to the Patriots on Sunday, Robert Saleh indicated the specialties within the further-down-the-depth-chart receivers determine who plays and who gets scratched. The fifth wide receiver on the roster,...

Jets Sign S Adrian Colbert to Active Roster; Release OL Isaiah Williams

The Jets have signed S Adrian Colbert to the active roster and released OL Isaiah Williams. Colbert (6-2, 205) was elevated from the practice squad to the active roster for each of the Jets' first two games. He started against the Patriots and had 5 tackles on 56 snaps (97%). He took 34 snaps on defense at Carolina (53%) and 20 on special teams (71%). Colbert was signed to the Green & White's practice squad Sept. 6 after a stint with the Patriots. A 49ers seventh-round pick out of Miami in 2017, Colbert played in San Francisco for three seasons where he overlapped with Jets HC Robert Saleh, who was the team's defensive coordinator. Colbert, who started his collegiate career at Texas before transferring to Miami for his senior year, has also had stints with the Seahawks (2019), Dolphins (2019), Chiefs (2020) and Giants (2020). He has 93 tackles, 1 TFL, 8 PDs, 2 forced fumbles and 1 fumble recovery in 33 career games (19 starts).

Jets Week 2 Anti-Game Ball: Zach Wilson

The Jets lost yesterday which means it is time to give out an anti-game ball. I really hate it when I have to give the anti-game ball to the quarterback. I hate it even more when the quarterback is a rookie. I hate it more still when it is the rookie’s second game.

Report: Jets, Niku mutually agree to terminate contract

The Winnipeg Jets have placed defenseman Sami Niku on unconditional waivers for the purpose of terminating his contract, according to CapFriendly. The decision was mutual between the two sides, reports the Toronto Star's Chris Johnston. Niku was entering the final campaign of a two-year deal worth $725,000 annually. The 24-year-old...

The NY Jets cornerback unit is one of the NFL’s best through two weeks

The New York Jets‘ cornerbacks were the greatest surprise of the team’s season opener against the Carolina Panthers. Covering an excellent wide receiver unit, the Jets’ young corners held their own and gave the Jets some outstanding production. Make it two straight strong days at the office for the position...
USA Today

Jets signing S Adrian Colbert to their active roster

The Jets are signing Adrian Colbert off their practice squad and onto their active roster, his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. With the Jets short at safety, Colbert has appeared in New York’s first two games of the season. Gang Green is missing Lamarcus Joyner, Ashtyn Davis and Sharrod Neasman at the position due to injuries.

AFC Notes: Dolphins, Jets, Patriots

Dolphins HC Brian Flores said WR Will Fuller has returned to the team after an excused absence due to personal reasons last week. (Armando Salguero) Flores added the team is still running tests on QB Tua Tagovailoa‘s injured ribs. (Joe Schad) Flores did say Tagovailoa will play on Sunday if...

Jets coach Robert Saleh believes Wilson will learn from his mistakes

The day after Zach Wilson threw four interceptions, the Jets weren’t sounding any alarms. They sounded extremely confident that Wilson would learn and grow from it. "He’s such a resilient young man," Robert Saleh said on a Zoom call Monday afternoon. "He could probably recite every single play that happened. He’s going to want to talk about it, go through it and learn from it. I know he’s going to get better from this. He’s in a good place."