The Jets have made a change to their starting quarterback, replacing Zach Wilson with Tim Boyle in the third quarter of Sunday’s game against the Bills. Despite being sacked five times and having a poor performance so far, Wilson was given the opportunity to start for the Jets since Aaron Rodgers went down with an injury earlier in the season. However, with the Jets trailing 29-6 late in the third quarter, head coach Robert Saleh decided to make a change.

Boyle has appeared in 17 games for various teams throughout his career, including the Packers, Lions, and Bears. He started three games for the Lions last season. While this is his first time appearing for the Jets, they are hoping that he can provide some much-needed stability at the position.

The results have been underwhelming for Wilson so far this season, and Saleh has remained steadfast in his support of him despite Rodgers’ injury. However, as they continue to struggle and fall further behind in the playoff race, it may be time for a lasting change at quarterback for the Jets.

By Editor

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