In the latest episode of The Jet Press Podcast, Justin Fried and Mike Luciano discuss everything involving the Aaron Rodgers injury, expectations for Zach Wilson this season, and they offer a preview of the upcoming Week 2 game against the Dallas Cowboys.
The Jets tragically lost star quarterback Aaron Rodgers for the season on Monday, as the four-time MVP was injured on just his fourth snap with his new team. Rodgers suffered a torn Achilles in the game and has been ruled out for the remainder of the season.
The injury is obviously a devastating blow to the team's Super Bowl aspirations, and they will now be forced to turn to former No. 2 overall pick Zach Wilson for what could be the rest of the year.
Wilson has struggled mightily through his first two seasons in the NFL, so much so that the Jets traded for Rodgers this offseason as his replacement. Now, it's Wilson who will be replacing Rodgers.
What should Jets fans expect from Wilson this season? Can the Jets still win football games with him at quarterback? What do they have to do to survive on offense? Justin and Mike broke it all down.
We were later joined by Jerry Trotta of The Landry Hat, our FanSided sister site, to discuss the Jets' upcoming Week 2 game with the Dallas Cowboys. Jerry is an expert on all things Cowboys, so it was nice to gain a unique perspective on the game.
Justin, Mike, and Jerry discussed what they expect from the Jets and Cowboys in Week 2. Who are some under-the-radar players to watch? How can the Jets pull off an upset? Are Cowboys fans expecting an easy win? This is your full Week 2 preview.
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