Zach Wilson seems far from the new expectations of aircraft


Zach Wilson celebrates the heart of the New York Jets with his teammates after a big play.

The New York Jets finally ended their prolonged 0-12 drought in East Asia after beating the Miami Dolphins 40-17.

It was a winning statement in more ways than one.

The Jets have won a divisional game for the first time since 2019, the latest in a season in which they have exceeded 0.500 points in five years, and the most points they have scored in a single game since 2018.

Zach Wilson sets new predictions for emitting planes

After the Jets quarterback, Zach Wilson climbed to the podium and delivered strong Statement on the new expectations going forward for the team:

“Expectations change. We are expected to come here and win. We are shocked when we don’t. This is how the mentality should be for everyone.”

Wilson did exactly what he needed to do to win. Passage of the former BYU didn’t turn around above the ball and was incredibly effective:

  • 66 percent completion rate
  • 210 passing yards
  • 10 yards per attempt
  • 99.3 Quarterly

While he didn’t necessarily have the pass touchdown, this was a lot of luck. On two separate occasions, a novice running back Brick Hole cut long plays in a passing game and fell into one yard.

It was converted as a touchdown, but for the other players on the ground rather than relying on Wilson for the pass game.

This is an evolving story and we will provide more details as they become available.


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