D.J. Reed: Zach Wilson “definitely earned” respect with what he noted Wednesday - NBC sports

After Jets quarterback Zach Wilson misplaced his beginning job on Wednesday, he spoke to journalists about his response to his efficiency in last Sunday's loss to the Patriots.

Wilson went 9-of-22 for seventy seven yards in a online game that the Jets misplaced 10-three on a punt return landing within the final seconds and then stated he didn't believe like he let the team's defense down. That comment ended in dangerous feelings within the crew's locker room and Wilson noted on Wednesday that "the style that I handled the condition wasn't right."

Wilson stated he also spoke to his teammates without delay about what came about and cornerback D.J. Reed pointed out that the quarterback's phrases were smartly received.

"What he referred to changed into very actual," Reed noted, by the use of Mark Cannizzaro of the long island post. "It got here from his coronary heart. It become very precise. He truly poured his heart out. If he didn't have already got it, he in fact earned and received all and sundry's respect from what he talked about these days."

Mike White is starting this Sunday, but the message from the Jets became that they need Wilson to use this time to reset himself with eyes on a return to the lineup. It's now not clear when that could turn up, but managing the fallout from his feedback become a crucial a part of that system.

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