NY Jets offensive grades for Week 3 loss to Patriots

The Jets offense did not receive good grades in Week 3
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Garrett Wilson, WR, NY Jets

Again, this one is tough to grade as so much of a receiver's ability to put up a good offensive game is reliant upon the quarterback getting him the ball.

Wilson finished with a team-high nine targets and hauled in five catches for 48 yards, including the spectacular 29-yard catch that set the Jets up with a hail mary opportunity that almost won them the game.

His nine targets build off a solid eight-target game last week, and it's clear that Wilson is now Zach Wilson's favorite target. The sad part is that Garrett Wilson was open so many more times throughout the game.

The All-22 film shows multiple opportunities that Zach Wilson just did not take advantage of. On one play, Garrett Wilson is running uncovered up the left sideline after a communication breakdown, and Zach never sees him. On another, he burns by the corner on a 12-yard out and, again, just never gets the ball.

Wilson was frustrated both during and after the game, and rightfully so. He's an elite talent who needs to be better utilized than five catches for 48 yards in this big of a game. He's on pace for 68 catches, 925 yards, and 10 touchdowns this year. Although that touchdown number is great, he is so much more talented than 925 yards for the season.

Grade: B