Jets QB Full Participant In Practice, Good To Go In Week 4


The New York Jets 2022 season was meant to be all about evaluating their young talent, and to do that, the main component they needed was young QB Zach Wilson, but in the first half of the teams first pre-season game, he went down with a knee injury that at the time, many thought was potentially season ending. Fortunately, the best news possible came out, that there was a chance he could start the season, but before Week 1, head coach Robert Saleh told the media that Wilson would likely make his season debut in Week 4 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Week 4 is almost upon us, and Wilson seems to be completely good to go, as he was a full participant in practice on Thursday, and the Jets have confirmed that he'll be their starting QB as they aim to get their season back on track and get to a record of 2-2.

Wilson's rookie year was mostly a tough one, but he flashed the potential of a franchise Quarterback throughout the season, and with his connection to all the Jets young weapons on offence, this is a year where he can prove he belongs in the NFL. That all begins in Week 4 in Pittsburgh, and from all accounts, Wilson is 100%, and will be ready to give the Jets all he's got for the next 14 weeks.

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