Rookie quarterback Zach Wilson hasn't been able to inject excitement into the New York Jets franchise just yet. The Jets are 0-2 and their No. 2 overall pick is one of the worst statistical quarterbacks in the NFL. Wilson's QBR of 22.7 ranks No. 32 in the league while his five interceptions are tied for most in the league. He hasn't had much help, though, as he's been sacked a league-leading 10 times through two games.
"I talked to him real quick, I'm going to talk to him again after these meetings," HC Robert Saleh said, via Pro Football Talk. "It was real quick. He's such a resilient young man, he could probably recite every single play that happened and he's going to want to talk about it and go through it and learn from it. I know he's going to get better from this. He's in a good place."
Wilson completed 19 of 33 passes for 210 yards and four interceptions in the 25-6 loss to the New England Patriots in Week 2. Saleh said on Monday that he's not too worried about Wilson being able to overcome some rookie mistakes, after what he hopes will be a career-worst game.