New York Jets rookie quarterback Zach Wilson had an awful first half against the New England Patriots on Sunday. Wilson tossed two interceptions on his first two passes of the game and had three total interceptions in the first half.
The New York Jets’ defense was playing their hearts out in Week 2 against the New England Patriots, but Gang Green quarterback Zach Wilson became the latest rookie to fall victim to Bill Belichick’s ownership of young signal-callers.
Several NFL teams expressed interest in signing veteran running back Frank Gore this year. However, the five-time Pro Bowler turned down those franchises and instead has his sights set on another sport.
The New England Patriots will be without one of their top blockers against the New York Jets on Sunday in East Rutherford. The New England Patriots announced on Saturday that right tackle Trent Brown would not play in Sunday’s tilt against the New York Jets (1 p.m.
The Patriots are now preparing to face the New York Jets in Week 2 at MetLife Stadium, and Gang Green defensive coordinator Jeff Ulbrich knows Mac Jones will present a significant challenge for his unit.
After a comeback that never was in Carolina, the Jets are slated to play division rival New England Patriots this coming Sunday. This will be the New York Jets home opener against rookie quarterback Mac Jones and the rebuilt Patriots, who are also coming off a Week 1 loss.
The receiver’s predicament is worth keeping an eye on, but the New York Jets have bigger, broader things to worry about. For all the talk about the New York Jets’ perpetual search for a franchise quarterback, metropolitan football has been equally bereft of a homegrown big-play receiver.