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MIAMI GARDENS, FLA. – When the Jets clashed with the Dolphins four weeks ago, Zach Wilson watched from the sidelines as Joe Flacco started in defense.

Now it’s his turn.

Wilson will make his fourth start since returning from a knee injury against the Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday. Since Wilson’s return, he has had two duds and one promising performance.

The 3-10 Jets have nothing left to play this season, and it’s up to Wilson to figure out who is part of the future right now. This week’s conversation was about Wilson’s eyes and how they can move faster in his development to increase his accuracy.

Zach Wilson

Wilson looks like a player who has a hard time figuring out how to play as coaches want him to, but he doesn’t think about things like he did before he joined the NFL, and he plays instinctively.

“I just have to play loose and not always try to be such a perfect pocket defender,” Wilson said. “It’s the biggest thing,” he said. I’m just trying to do it right by the coaches and they’re asking me to do what and part of it is that I have to be free and play freely and play in a clear attack, but I just have to respond. and throwing the ball I always knew how to throw the ball, and that’s a great side of the next game. ”

The 6-7 Dolphins enter this game with a five-game winning streak and are fighting for a playoff berth. Miami coach Brian Flores is known for his attacking style and love of bringing blitzes, which makes Wilson a challenge.

Last week, Wilson missed a few short passes that needed to be cleared. If he can make a few easy kicks this week, that’s a step in the right direction.

“I know Zack was disappointed with that, and I know he’ve made blows like that all his life,” said Jets attack coordinator Mike LaFler. “The difference is that this Sunday in the NFL, the pace of the game is just going faster and things are going faster. I don’t think I’m talking about any beginners because I don’t know what’s going on with the other quarterback defenders, just naked At first glance, it’s going fast for a lot of guys. You have to move at different speeds to catch up with these guys. “

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