New York Jets head coach Robert Saleh isn’t ready to give up on Zach Wilson as he is confident the rookie quarterback will get better and prove to everyone he was worthy the No. 2 pick.
Wilson has had a rough start to his NFL career as the Jets sit at 0-3.
Through the first three games, Wilson completed 58-of-105 passes, has thrown just two touchdowns against seven interceptions.
“He’s suffering every scar you can possibly imagine, but it’s a good thing,” Saleh said. “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 tremendous process. He’s only going to get better. When it clicks, everyone’s going to see why he was the second overall pick. And it’s just a matter of it clicking.”