This New York jet took off on Sunday
New York Jets head coach Robert Saleh knew his team was better than the 26-0 loss the Denver Broncos inflicted on his team last Sunday. The score didn’t show it but he was sure his team were getting closer. Saleh just needed one of his skill position players to step up. He got it. The first-year head coach’s best draft pick has been delivered.
Zach Wilson has Jets fans salivating. The young number two looked like an entirely different quarterback in the second half and overtime of Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans. Andy Vasquez of Northjersey.com and a frequent guest of The Drive with Charlie & Dan spoke to Saleh after his young QB’s game. “As we all talk about with these young kids – they’re kids,” Jets coach Robert Saleh said of the 22-year-old who completed 14 of 22 passes for 232 yards and two touchdowns in the second. half-time and overtime. “You start up a bit, you get a bit of confidence and it starts to snowball.… The kid was exceptional. There are still things he knows he can clean up. end it in overtime, but the guy was tough, he had determination and he’s a playmaker. “
Excitement with a few wins on the line. That’s all Jets fans can ask for from this young team. I’m definitely skeptical of the organization’s choice not to have a veteran quarterback on the roster for Wilson to speak, but coaches like Saleh will tell you these are the responsibilities of quarterbacks coach Rob Calabrese and offensive coordinator Mike Lafleur. It was a good win yesterday for the first-year head coach and first-year quarterback. It was also a good win for the New York Jets fans who were once again losing hope.
Andy Vasquez asked the young Jets quarterback what he thought of the win. “I wouldn’t say we’re completely there,” Wilson said. “I would definitely say that’s just another piece of the puzzle we’re trying to get to. We have to stack blocks. We have to keep improving.… It’s great to learn from a win. “
You can read all of Andy Vasquez’s New York Jets coverage at northjersey.com.
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