NY Jets offensive grades for another ugly loss in Week 12

The Jets offense is still very, very bad

NY Jets, Breece Hall
NY Jets, Breece Hall / Rich Schultz/GettyImages
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Garrett Wilson, WR, NY Jets

It was a good game from Garrett Wilson who found his way into the endzone for just the third time this year and the first time since week 2 against Dallas. He finished with seven catches for 44 yards and that late touchdown. He led the team with 10 targets as well.

Much like Hall, Wilson's decline in the last few weeks has been more because of the supporting cast and his pressing as opposed to a drop in skill or play.

For reference, the receivers around Wilson this week were Jason Brownlee and Xavier Gipson, both undrafted rookies, and no other receiver on the Jets saw a ball thrown their way. The defense is just double-covering Wilson every game and daring Jets quarterbacks to throw the ball down the field, which they either can't or won't.

Wilson let out some frustration after the game, which is something the Jets need to monitor, as Wilson is a star in this league if the Jets can get him an NFL quality quarterback and a reliable number two receiving option opposite him.

Without either of those, he is still on pace for 100 catches and 1,100 yards. Imagine what his stats would be with Rodgers under center?

Grade: B-