New York Jets rookie quarterback Zach Wilson has adopted an unlucky nickname after racking up 15 sacks in simply three video games – Sack Wilson – however head coach Robert Saleh nonetheless believes the very best is but to come back.
Saleh instructed Friday forward of the Jets Week 4 matchup towards the Tennessee Titans that Wilson will probably be a severe risk as soon as it “clicks” for him.
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“He’s suffering every scar you can possibly imagine, but it’s a good thing,” he instructed reporters, by way of ProFootballTalk. “It really is. Because he is one of those guys who gets to the film room, he gets to the meeting room, he’s asking the right questions, he’s got [a] tremendous process.”
“He’s only going to get better,” Saleh continued. “When it clicks, everyone’s going to see why he was the second overall pick. And it’s just a matter of it clicking.”
Wilson’s struggles have been on full show towards the Denver Broncos final week. He managed simply 160 passing yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions and was sacked 5 instances.
“I knew this was going to be tough for us,” Wilson told reporters on Wednesday. “It’s the first time we’re all together, the first time in a new offense. As long as we take losses as a learning experience I think we’re going to be right on track.”
As far as when issues will “click,” Wilson stated he feels “like it’s really close.”
“We need all 11 guys to be great, I’m included as one of those guys making a mistake. I think we’re close to having all 11 on the same page.”
Saleh instructed reporters Friday that regardless of the 0-3 begin, they nonetheless have full confidence in Wilson.
“His teammates’ confidence in him has not wavered. Everyone gets it. Everyone has been a rookie before.”
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