Zach Wilson’s rookie season has been a rollercoaster, but it’s not over yet.
There are still three more games for Robert Saleh and Joe Douglas to evaluate their quarterback before the team heads into another offseason without a winning record or postseason appearance.
Unsurprisingly, Wilson has left a lot to be desired. He’s shown limited development in key areas of his game and regression as well. The Jets’ offense continues to flounder with him under center, which is also discouraging.
But Wilson is still just a rookie, and he’s got plenty of time to turn things around in the pros. He can start doing that in New York’s last three games if he fixes these six things.