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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Garrett Wilson, WR, NY Jets

Garrett Wilson had his best game of the season, both in volume and splash plays. Wilson finished with seven catches for 100 yards — his first 100-yard game of the season.

He made a spectacular sideline catch in the fourth quarter, falling out of bounds but dragging both feet and holding on to the ball through the ground. It was an unbelievable catch.

The two most important plays of the day came late. With just 20 seconds left, Wilson made a sliding catch that went for 29 yards to help the Jets tie the game. In overtime, he then fought through a pass interference call to make a diving catch on 3rd-and-10, got up, and got the first down anyway.

The Jets would go on to win the game just a few plays later.

Every week, Wilson proves why he is one of the best playmakers and wide receivers in the NFL. This was his most impressive performance of the season, and the Jets will need more of it to continue to win games and stay in the playoff hunt.

Grade: A+