Wilson Leads the Jets for Comeback Win


Philip G. Pavely-USA TODAY Sports

The New York Jets have once again another road comeback.


As Zach Wilson makes his season debut, the Jets erase a ten point deficit in the fourth quarter to improve their record to 2-2.


It was not a great game for Wilson but he got the job done when they needed him the most. There was some rust but there was plays for fans to be excited about with Zach WIlson. Wilson was 18/36 for 252 Yards and a total two touchdowns (one receiving and one passing). Wilson threw two interceptions this game, one was just a bad throw and another one was just Conklin not making the catch.


Breece Hall had himself a game has he had 66 yards rushing and had the game-winning touchdown. Corey Davis made some nice grabs throughout the game with 74 receiving yards and a touchdown.


The Jets defense had to deal with two quarterbacks with Mitch Trubisky starting and getting benched for Kenny Pickett. Pickett did throw three interceptions but had two rushing touchdowns. Lamarcus Joyner had two interceptions today and Quinnen Williams was all over the place on the defensive line.


This game was not pretty but the Jets got it done when they needed too. This is the second road comeback win this season. It was not as intense as the Browns game but it was close and the Jets team showed some grit.


The New York Jets play the Miami Dolphins next week at home.

20 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All