Zach Wilson and the NY Jets are getting embarrassed on live television against the Buffalo Bills right now. And if Wilson and the Jets' offensive performance wasn't bad enough, the third-year quarterback suffered a bit of a fall to add insult to injury.
Wilson and the Jets' offense ran back onto the field in the second quarter following yet another Bills field goal, and the former BYU standout tripped over his own feet backward. Social media wasn't too kind to Wilson after the incident.
To make matters worse, Wilson threw an interception right into the arms of Bills cornerback Rasul Douglas — notably one of Aaron Rodgers' best friends from Green Bay.
It was one of the uglier interceptions that Wilson has thrown this season, and it came just moments after he tripped over his own two feet. If that doesn't sum up this Jets offense, I don't know what does.
Zach Wilson and the NY Jets offense is getting embarrassed...again
Wilson and the Jets have struggled mightily over the last few weeks. Despite being carried by one of the best defenses the NFL has seen in years, the offense hasn't been able to find the end zone — or put together any semblance of competent offensive play.
The Jets trail the Bills by a score of 16-6 at the half, and they're honestly lucky it's not by more. That's how bad this offense has been.
Whether it's Wilson tripping over the air, throwing gross interceptions, or the offense's overall lack of creativity, this offense is a disgrace right now. Nothing is working. It's all a mess.
Wilson has completed 5-of-12 passes 67 yards, a touchdown, and an interception at the half. The Jets have less than half the time of possession that the Bills have.
This Jets offense is broken, and Wilson's embarrassing antics only add more fuel to the shame fire.
Later in the game, Wilson was tackled by his own head coach Robert Saleh after scrambling to the sideline. Once again, the Jets' hilarity continues...