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date yds
Passing Yards
td
Touchdown Passes
int
Interceptions Thrown
rate
Passer Rating
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Jan 1, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 22, 2022 92 0 1 41.9 1
Dec 18, 2022 317 2 1 89.8 22
Dec 11, 2022 0 0 0 0
Dec 4, 2022 0 0 0 0

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Year yds
Passing Yards
td
Touchdown Passes
int
Interceptions Thrown
yds
Rushing Yards
td
Rushing Touchdowns
fpts
Fantasy Points
fpts/g
Fantasy Points per Game
2022 1688 6 7 102 1 10311.4
2021 2334 9 11 185 4 16913
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Fantasy News

  • Jets' Zach Wilson: Wraps up poor sophomore season

    Wilson finished his second season with 1,688 passing yards and a 6:7 TD:INT in nine starts. He added 102 yards and one touchdown on 28 rushing attempts, in addition to catching a two-yard touchdown. Wilson didn't show much progress from his forgettable rookie season, but the team around him improved substantially, allowing him to post a 5-4 record in 2022 after opening his career with a 3-10 record. The second player selected in the 2021 NFL Draft likely will remain on the Jets' roster in the fall, but Wilson won't be handed the starting role and probably will come into camp as the backup. New York's expected to add an alternative under center, either by re-signing Mike White or pursuing a veteran starter via trade or free agency.
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  • Jets' Zach Wilson: Will dress for Week 18

    Wilson will be active in Sunday's game against the Dolphins as the backup to starting quarterback Joe Flacco, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports. Earlier in the week, Jets head coach Robert Saleh said Wilson would remain a healthy inactive for the season finale, but the Jets opted for a change in plans while Mike White continues to tend to four fractured ribs. White was able to play through the injury in last week's loss to the Seahawks that ended the Jets' playoff hopes, and with little at stake in Week 18, the coaching staff won't take any chances with the injured signal-caller. Wilson will thus get one chance to suit up again before the season comes to a close, but the Jets likely won't plan to have him take any snaps Sunday unless Flacco exits early with an injury or performs poorly. The Jets are still likely to re-evaluate Wilson's future with the franchise this offseason after the 2021 No. 2 overall pick failed to show much notable improvement in his second NFL season.
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  • Jets' Zach Wilson: Won't suit up Week 18

    Jets head coach Robert Saleh confirmed Wednesday that Wilson will remain a healthy inactive for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Even though the Jets were eliminated from playoff contention with their 23-6 loss to Seattle this past weekend, Saleh won't use a mostly meaningless season finale as an opportunity to get another look at Wilson, as Mike White will make a second straight start while Joe Flacco dresses as the backup quarterback. Though Wilson will be in street clothes for the second consecutive week to close out the season, Saleh reiterated that the organization remains committed to maximizing the 2021 No. 2 overall pick's potential, according to Cimini. The Jets' offseason moves at the quarterback position will likely dictate whether that's in fact the case after Wilson wrapped up a disappointing sophomore season with a 54.5 percent completion rate for 7.0 yards per attempt and a 6:7 TD:INT over his nine appearances.
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  • Jets' Zach Wilson: Will be healthy inactive Week 17

    Head coach Robert Saleh said Monday that Wilson will be a healthy inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Seahawks, Connor Hughes of SNY.tv reports. Mike White (ribs) was cleared for contact earlier Monday and is in line to reclaim the starting gig, so Saleh is opting to have veteran Joe Flacco operate as the primary backup to White, sending Wilson to the inactive list again. Even if White wasn't cleared, it's possible Wilson would've ceded the starting job to Flacco or Chris Streveler after back-to-back bad outings. Despite Wilson's struggles this year, Saleh remains confident in the 2021 first-round pick, saying the young quarterback still is a big part of the Jets' future, per Brian Costello of the New York Post.
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  • Jets' Zach Wilson: Coach non-committal on future

    Coach Robert Saleh didn't commit Friday to Wilson starting even if Mike White (ribs) remains sidelined moving forward, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. "We've got time," Saleh said when asked about New York's quarterback situation. "I don't have those answers for you yet." Wilson failed to break triple digits in passing yards Thursday before exiting to a chorus of boos in the third quarter as the Jets turned to the Taysom Hill-like Chris Streveler in an effort to spark the offense. Despite the 19-3 loss to Jacksonville, the Jets remain mathematically alive for a playoff spot, and letting Wilson learn on the fly may not give the team much of a chance to win Jan. 1 in Seattle.
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  • Jets' Zach Wilson: Week 16 Waiver Priority List

    Zach Wilson will start Thursday night against Jacksonville with Mike White (ribs) out, and Wilson might not be a terrible Fantasy option. The Jaguars have allowed six quarterbacks in a row to score at least 21 Fantasy, so hopefully Wilson can post a quality stat line. It would have been nice to have White for this game, but Wilson just scored 22 Fantasy points against Detroit in Week 15. Hopefully, he can replicate that type of performance again on Thursday night.
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  • Jets' Zach Wilson: Likely starter Thursday

    Wilson is likely to start Thursday against the Jaguars, as fellow quarterback Mike White (ribs) has yet to be cleared for contact, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Wilson threw for 317 yards while filling in for White in Week 15, but the Jets lost, 20-17, to the Lions as Wilson missed multiple easy throws against the vulnerable Detroit secondary. Thursday's game basically is a must-win for the 7-7 Jets, so White likely would play in the unlikely scenario that he gets medical clearance in the next few days.
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  • Jets' Zach Wilson: Will be inactive Week 14

    Head coach Robert Saleh said Wilson will be a healthy inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Bills, Ethan B. Greenberg of the Jets' official site reports. Mike White will draw a third straight start, and Joe Flacco will operate as the backup, leaving Wilson out of the mix again. Saleh added that the plan is for Wilson to get back on the field at some point this season, but the Jets don't appear to be in a hurry to make that move, especially if White continues to play at a high level.
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  • Jets' Zach Wilson: Inactive for Week 13

    Wilson is inactive for Sunday's game against the Vikings. With Wilson still out of the mix Sunday, Mike White -- who turned in a strong effort in the Jets' 31-10 win over the Bears in Week 12 -- will draw another start at QB, with Joe Flacco slated to handle backup duties. Wilson does figure to re-enter the team's starting equation down the road, though at this stage there's no timetable for such a potential transition back to the No. 2 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
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  • Jets' Zach Wilson: Won't suit up Week 12

    Head coach Robert Saleh confirmed Wednesday that Wilson will be a healthy inactive for this weekend's game against the Bears as the Jets' third quarterback, Eric Allen of the Jets' official site reports. After Wilson completed just nine of 22 pass attempts for 77 yards in last week's 10-3 loss to the Patriots, Saleh was unwilling to commit to the No. 2 overall picki in the 2021 draft retaining the starting role. Saleh clarified his plans for Week 12 when he spoke to the media Wednesday, noting that Mike White will step in as the Jets' new starter, while Joe Flacco will serve as the No. 2 quarterback. The Jets may be leaving the door open for Wilson to reclaim the starting role beyond Week 12, with Saleh noting that the young signal-caller "needs a reset," per Rich Cimini of ESPN.com. According to Allen, Saleh went on to say that Wilson is still viewed as the Jets' franchise signal-caller, in spite of his rough start to his second season. Since debuting Week 4 after missing the Jets' first three contests while recovering from a meniscectomy and a bone bruise to his right knee, Wilson has completed just 55.6 percent of his passes for 6.8 yards per attempt and a 4:5 TD:INT over seven games.
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  • Jets' Zach Wilson: Week 12 starting QB TBD

    Coach Robert Saleh was non-committal Monday on whether Wilson will start this Sunday's game against the Bears, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Per Cimini, the Jets plan to evaluate their QB situation in the coming days, with different scenarios potentially on the table. With that in mind, it's unclear whether the team would turn to Mike White or Joe Flacco if Saleh decides to replace Wilson this weekend, but either way this is a situation to monitor closely in the coming days.
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  • Jets' Zach Wilson: Struggles in loss to New England

    Wilson completed nine of 22 passes for 77 yards and rushed three times for 26 yards in Sunday's 10-3 loss to the Patriots. After completing only one of his first six passes for six yards, Wilson uncorked a 34-yard moonball down the sideline to Denzel Mims, which set up a game-tying field goal in the second quarter. He got no help from the running game in the first half, as Jets running backs combined for 10 yards on nine rushing attempts while Wilson himself had 26 yards on three scrambles. New York's ground game stayed quiet after halftime while Wilson failed to make an impact with either his arms or his legs -- the Jets picked up just two first downs in the second half in a game that was decided by a Patriots punt return touchdown in the final seconds. Wilson will look to shake off this disastrous performance in Week 12 against a far less stout Bears defense.
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  • Jets' Zach Wilson: No TDs in Week 7 win

    Wilson completed 16 of 26 passes for 121 yards and rushed four times for 24 yards in Sunday's 16-9 win over the Broncos. Wilson was stymied by the elite Broncos secondary but avoided turnovers as the defense and running game led the Jets to a fourth consecutive win. Breece Hall scored New York's only touchdown on a 62-yard run before exiting with what's believed to be a torn ACL. If Hall indeed suffered a season-ending injury, Wilson and the passing game will likely have to shoulder a heavier load moving forward, starting against the Patriots in Week 8.
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  • Jets' Zach Wilson: Adds/Streamers (QB Preview)

    There are not a lot of great streaming options this week and there are no great Fantasy quarterbacks you should start Wilson over. But he really looked like he found something in the second half against the Steelers, and he's loaded with weapons. I project 40-plus pass attempts chasing the score against the Dolphins. That gives him a good chance at a top-18 week.
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  • Jets' Zach Wilson: Set for limited practice

    Jets head coach Robert Saleh said that Wilson will be a limited participant at practice Wednesday due to an ankle injury, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. That said, Saleh noted that the Jets' starting quarterback is "fine," which suggests that Wilson isn't in danger of missing Sunday's game against the Dolphins, barring any setbacks. On the plus side, the meniscus issue that caused Wilson to miss the Jets' first three games no longer appears to be a concern.
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  • Jets' Zach Wilson: Week 5 Waiver Priority List

    Wilson scored 20 Fantasy points in his 2022 debut at Pittsburgh in Week 4, and hopefully, he can build off that moving forward. He has a tough matchup in Week 5 against Miami, but Wilson has the ability to be a low-end starter in deeper leagues with the weapons in New York. And if he can use his legs -- he ran for 15 yards against the Steelers -- then maybe he could be a surprise starting option in all formats. If your quarterback situation is unsettled, it's worth stashing Wilson for 1 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Jets' Zach Wilson: Catches, throws TDs in season debut

    Wilson completed 18 of 36 passes for 252 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions in Sunday's 24-20 win over Pittsburgh. He added 15 rushing yards on two attempts and a two-yard touchdown catch. Just as we all predicted, Wilson caught a touchdown before throwing one, as he secured a two-yard touchdown pass from Braxton Berrios on a trick play to give New York a 10-0 lead in the second quarter. Wilson cost the Jets a chance at points just before halftime, though, as he threw a third-down interception with New York in field-goal range. His third-quarter interception set up a go-ahead Steelers touchdown, but Wilson made amends with a five-yard touchdown pass to Corey Davis in the fourth to cut the Jets' deficit to 20-17. Wilson then led a game-winning drive capped by a Breece Hall rushing touchdown in the final minute. The second-year quarterback will need to cut down on the errors moving forward, but the win gives him and the Jets some momentum heading into a Week 5 home game against the Dolphins.
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  • Jets' Zach Wilson: Week 4 Waiver Priority List

    I hope the Jets let Wilson throw it like they did with Joe Flacco to see if Wilson has the chance to be a quality NFL starter. Through three weeks, Flacco leads the NFL in pass attempts with 155, and he's averaging 17.7 Fantasy points per game. Let's see what Wilson can do with 51.7 pass attempts per game, and he could become a potential Fantasy starter in deeper leagues. He's worth stashing in deeper one-quarterback formats for 1 percent of your remaining FAB now that's healthy again. In Superflex and two-quarterback leagues, Wilson is worth up to 10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Jets' Zach Wilson: Remains out Week 2

    Wilson won't be available for Sunday's game against the Browns, as Jets head coach Robert Saleh confirmed that Joe Flacco will continue to fill in as the team's starting quarterback, with Wilson still working his way back from an Aug. 16 arthroscopic knee procedure, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Saleh already said last week that he didn't expect Wilson to be ready to start until Week 4 while the second-year signal-caller works back from his Aug. 16 arthroscopic right knee procedure. During Wednesday's practice, Wilson was at least able to take part in what Cimini described as very light on-field work, which hints at progress on some level. While Flacco remains the team's starter Week 2, Mike White is in line to serve as his backup for another game.
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  • Jets' Zach Wilson: Not in line to start until Week 4

    Head coach Robert Saleh said Wednesday that Wilson (knee) isn't expected to be available to start until Week 4 versus the Steelers, Eric Allen of the Jets' official site reports. In the meantime, Joe Flacco is slated to start at quarterback for the Jets early on this season, beginning with Sunday's Week 1matchup with the Ravens. Per Saleh, Wilson won't go on injured reserve, which will enable the signal-caller to log some practice time prior to his return to the starting lineup. However, Wilson isn't in line to practice this week, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Meanwhile, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network notes that there haven't been any setbacks with Wilson, who is making progress in his recovery from an arthroscopic meniscus procedure.
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