NY Jets offensive grades from Week 8 win over the Giants

What grade does the Jets offense deserve following their ugly Week 8 win?
NY Jets, Zach Wilson
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As head coach Robert Saleh said postgame, they don't ask how, but how many. That couldn't be more true for the NY Jets this week after they defeated their crosstown rivals, the New York Giants, 13-10 in overtime.

For 59 minutes, it was the ugliest game of the season for the Jets, who were derailed by crippling injuries, bad weather, and a bad offensive scheme. Quarterback Zach Wilson looked lost again, missing easy throws, and the Jets were 0-of-13 on third downs.

Then, something magical happened. Wilson completed back-to-back passes for 58 yards with 24 seconds left, spiked the ball, and the Jets tied the game. They would win it in overtime.

From an offensive standpoint, it was arguably the worst game in the last 25 years of NFL history. There were a combined 15 punts in the first half (the most in 20 years), the Giants totaled -9 passing yards (fewest since 1933 for the team), and the teams combined for more punts than points (24 total punts).

Nonetheless, below are three grades for offensive performances from the Week 8 win over the Giants.