Questions keep coming to Zach Wilson as fast and furious as NFL passengers trying to escape every week.
Why is he giving so many blows?
Why was he so vague in short and intermediate passes?
Why is it starting so slowly every week?
Has his confidence declined?
Don’t worry about Wilson. The child will be all right.
Neither Wilson nor his teammates nor the coaching staff are worried about Wilson.
The Jets ’22-year-old midfielder, despite playing five games in the NFL, has shown no signs of self-confidence despite nine shots and NFL heights and his team remaining in last place. AFC East AFC 1-4.
“Everyone believes him,” the Connor McGovern Center said Tuesday. “Zach’s most interesting thing is that nothing affects his self-confidence. Throughout my career, I’ve lost the confidence of young quarterback defenders and I’ve never seen him come back.
No one knows what will happen to Wilson. Not Wilson, not head coach Robert Saleh or his staff, not the media, not the fans. But a typical size of five games isn’t enough to define it as a bust or even a flop on draft day.
Every fan of the Jets wants Wilson to be like Justin Herbert for the Chargers last season or Joe Burrow for the Bengals.
Herbert is a newcomer with 66.6 percent of his passes for 4,336 yards, 31 TDs and 10 INTs. Burroughs has averaged 65.3 percent assists in 10 games for 2,688 yards, 13 TDs and five INTs.
These two players are not as usual.
“I’m expecting something better than myself,” Wilson said Tuesday, before returning home for a week-long visit with his family. “I hope the team wins every game because I know we can do it and we can do it. But we also know it’s a process. It’s very sad not to be able to play the first five games well, but we a lot awaits.
Of the quarter-backs selected in the first round of 2021, New England’s McJones is having his best season with 71.1 percent completion, five TDs and five INTs. He is coached by NFL’s best coaching staff Bill Belichik and striker coordinator Josh McDaniels.
That gives Wilson no excuses, but the truth is that he’s surrounded by new starters in every important part of the team, ”said Saleh and his aggressive coordinator, Mike LaFleur.
Wilson may have a higher ceiling than Jones, who has more dynamic playing ability, but is now coaching Jones better.
When the Jets compiled Wilson’s second issue, they signed the same thing because they weren’t bothered to bring an honorary reserve to serve as a mentor.
According to the Jets, Greg Knapp was supposed to be that coach, but he was hit and killed by a car while riding a bike in front of camp.
Knapp led coaches such as Steve Young, Peyton Manning, Michael Vic and Matt Ryan, who chose the Jets defense in London on Sunday, and Yang is close to his BYU classmate Wilson, he said in an interview with Michael on Monday. Kay said on ESPN radio that he felt very comfortable for Wilson because he was coached by Knapp.
Without Knapp, Yang said, there is now someone who can help Wilson in difficult times, “the planes are in a difficult situation.”
“It really showed how much it was [Wilson] he needed someone close by to give him the context so he could solve problems faster, ”Young said.
Young said he wrote a letter to Wilson two weeks ago after the Jets won their first game and told him, “You remember the way out of this.”
According to him, Wilson’s response was, “You know? The NFL is tough, but I love it.
“Zach is having his biggest challenge in the NFL, there isn’t much help for you here, you are expected to be great [and] You see other players succeeding like Mac Jones, ”Young said.
However, Wilson seems unaware of everything, which could be his biggest strength right now.
“She’s seen as a savior for this franchise, and she’s all-encompassing,” Sheldon Rankins said. “I believe it will continue to move forward.”
So is Wilson.
The child will be all right.