Business As Usual: Dysfunctional New York Jets Reportedly Trading Their Disaster Of A QB Zach Wilson In The Offseason

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This is so New York Jets.

It looks like the dysfunctional franchise is ready to get rid of their disaster of a quarterback, Zach Wilson, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

It’s no surprise really with us knowing the Jets have been wanting to part with him for some time now (especially since acquiring Aaron Rodgers), but it looks like that time has finally come, as Rapoport is reporting the Jets will attempt to trade their former No. 2 overall draft pick in the offseason.

Selected almost three years ago by New York, Wilson hasn’t lived up to the hype at all. In three seasons with the Jets, he compiled a 12-21 losing record in 33 starts. And, heck, even if Wilson plays good, he’s still bad. Just take 2022, for example, where he led the Jets to five victories in nine starts — that winning record still featured Wilson playing horrendously, throwing more interceptions than touchdowns during that run. (RELATED: Arthur Smith Slams Dennis Allen With F-Bomb After F-Bomb Following Completely Unnecessary (Yet Hilarious) Touchdown)

And then going back to being trash ultimately — because he is — he was hilariously demoted to third-string.

This season, Wilson did manage to throw more touchdowns than interceptions (eight compared to seven, lmao), but he didn’t do anything but tally a 4-7 record as the Jets’ starter, which once again led him to the bench.

Just so garbage … and now you see why New York wants to ship him out of town.

Watch Zach go on to be a productive quarterback while the Jets stay dysfunctional … LMAO … just watch.