The New York Jets have three quarterbacks. Zach Wilson, the future, Mike White, the current, and Joe Flacco, nobody is sure why he’s in the fold since he didn’t rush to get to New Jersey from Philadelphia when the Jets traded for him.
Mike White has played in two games. He
Dallas Cowboys starting quarterback Dak Prescott will be throwing for the first time this season. He never played in a preseason game, so how will he fare against the champs? He has a new deal and something to prove, and if there’s a chance for the Cowboys to stun the
Zach Wilson is getting ready to make the first start of his Jets career against former franchise quarterback, Sam Darnold in Carolina. This is a big stage that will have a lot of eyeballs on both quarterbacks, and honestly, this storyline is going to be hard to watch.
I want Darnold
In the first game, most teams didn’t play their important starters. There’s a 17-game season this year, and as a result, the NFL’s preseason tickets are more worthless than ever before. It’s nice to give reports on the rookie quarterbacks around the league, but it’s hard to draw anything significant
Nobody in the NFL burns through draft picks like the New York Jets. Joe Douglas was supposed to be the draft master, and already in 2021, the Denzel Mims pick isn’t looking good at all.
Mims is currently running with the third group receivers. Coach Saleh says, “he’s working through things.”
The Jets took Zach Wilson with the second overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. I’m not here to say it was a bad pick. I hope it’s great. The fact of the matter is the Jets don’t have an experienced quarterback on the roster currently, and that worries me.
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The NFL Draft is a happy time for some fans. Jets fans will have mixed emotions. Orlando Macchia and Russ Cohen hit on a lot of topics in a short amount of time.