Jets make final call to QB Zach Wilson ahead of Steelers clash

Zach Wilson, Robert Saleh


New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson talks to head coach Robert Saleh before the start of an NFL game.

The New York Jets make a change at quarterback.

After riding the wave of Joe Flacco for the first three weeks of the season, Gang Green hands the keys back to Zach Wilson.

Head coach Robert Saleh announced the decision to the media on Wednesday, September 28:

The return of the Jets QB Zach Wilson

By 2022, there were many hopes and promises that Wilson could take a giant leap in his development.

Wilson’s rookie campaign was truly a two-half story. In the first half of his season, before the PCL injury, he looked exhausted and had an affinity for reckless turnovers.

After four weeks on the bench, Wilson was able to learn from the sidelines.

The former BYU stud was noticeably better as he returned from injury and reduced interceptions.

In theory, he was expected to make a big leap as the Jets increased protection and guns around Wilson this offseason.

Unfortunately, that all derailed in the preseason after Wilson suffered a bruised bone and a torn meniscus. Thankfully he wasn’t out for the season, but the young man was deprived of valuable replays, shared practice opportunities and, of course, game action.

Now, after some time, it’s time to step on the medal with 14 games remaining on the 2022 regular-season roster.

This is an evolving story and we will provide more details as they become available. Jets make final call to QB Zach Wilson ahead of Steelers clash

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