Zach Wilson The New York Jets drafted Zach Wilson with high expectations. He was a top QB in that draft class and had an outstanding collegiate career.
NFL may have been too much for the young quarterback and he eventually succumbed to pressure. Wilson was named the Jets’ starter just one year after he was drafted.
Jets quarterback had high expectations, but he failed miserably. His performance at the beginning of the season was terrible, and his lack of responsibility off the field and temperament didn’t help either.
Wilson was demoted from a starting position to that of a backup and it became clear that the Jets would be looking for a new quarterback in the off-season. Aaron Rodgers has expressed his desire to play for Jets. It is believed that this move will be finalised within the next few days.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback has created a legacy that is immeasurable and won multiple MVP awards. Zach Wilson, who is currently a backup quarterback, will find it difficult to adjust to this new situation.
Zach Wilson after Aaron Rodgers’s move to the Jets.
Aaron Rodgers has a lot of experience and is one of the top QBs of the NFL. It is therefore safe to assume the 40-year-old QB will start for the jets.
Zach Wilson’s situation is precarious, as there are rumors that he will leave the Jets to join another team. The young quarterback hasn’t made any official statements about his desire to leave the Jets. New York will likely include him in their big plan.
Wilson was reported to be Aaron Rodgers’ backup quarterback for one or two years. It will allow him to learn from one of the best QBs in history and gain all of his trade secrets.
Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer has reported: “Ideally, and the Jets know pulling this off will be tricky, Wilson would back up Rodgers for a year or two, develop in the background and be in position to take over for him in 2024 or ’25, depending on how much longer the current Packer/likely-soon-to-be Jet wants to play.”
After Rodgers leaves the Jets the team plans to install Zach Wilson after he has developed under Rodgers. All of this speculation is purely speculative and neither the Jets nor Wilson have confirmed it.