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Jets Urged to ‘Cut Their Losses’, Replace Zach Wilson


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New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson running for his life in the middle of an NFL contest.

When the New York Jets decided to move on from Sam Darnold and draft Zach Wilson out of BYU, a lot of people were upset.

So much so that every mistake Wilson made was amplified to another level during his rookie campaign. While the 22-year old’s season was far from perfect, there were plenty of flashes that showed a glimpse into the future.

Sadly not everyone felt that way at the conclusion of the 2021 season. One analyst believes the Jets should pull a drastic maneuver that could drastically impact their future.

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Battaile, Wilson lead Panthers to finale win

Feb. 25—A pair of seniors led the way for the Kentucky Wesleyan men’s basketball team on Senior Night.

Wyatt Battaile scored a game-high 27 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and blocked three shots, and Jamil Wilson finished with 21 points and four assists to lead the Panthers to an 86-73 win in their season finale Thursday night at the Sportscenter.

According to KWC coach Drew Cooper, his team had to overcome some nerves and excitement to start the contest.

“I thought we had to put Senior Day and the emotion of the day behind us,” he said. “… We had to get that adrenaline out of us. Once we locked in and focused, we chipped away in the first half and actually went into the locker room with a lead.

“We didn’t play perfect basketball, but we played well enough to win on a very special night.”

Wesleyan (14-14, 9-11 in

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NFL Week 4 rookie QB grades: Mac Jones looks serviceable; Zach Wilson, Justin Fields flash

Contrary to what a dictionary might tell you, “rookie” is actually spelled P-A-T-I-E-N-C-E.

Through three weeks, the 2021 NFL rookie quarterback class looked extremely average at times. The kids took a big step forward in Week 4, with Trevor Lawrence, Zach Wilson, Justin Fields and Mac Jones putting forth their best efforts. Elsewhere, Trey Lance and Davis Mills played about how well as you’d expect, given their situations.

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Fields had the biggest mountain to climb coming off a poor starting debut in Week 3. He and the Bears would pick up a much-needed win over the Lions, pushing their record to 2-2 and giving the Chicago faithful a small peek into the future

The rookie QB class course-corrected some in Week 4. Here’s how it shook out:

Week 4 rookie QB grades

Davis Mills: F

Stats: 11/21, 87 yards, no touchdowns,

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Seahawks targeting Marquise Goodwin, Russell Wilson wants Antonio Brown

NFL Rumors: Seahawks targeting potential upgrades at receiver position originally appeared on NBC Sports Northwest

The Seattle Seahawks have done a good job of adding talent around Russell Wilson this offseason.

It started when the team agreed to a trade that sent Las Vegas Raiders guard Gabe Jackson to Seattle to upgrade Wilson’s blocking. Then, the team brought aboard former Los Angeles Rams tight end Gerald Everett on a one-year deal to give the Seahawks some extra upside and potential at that spot.

Now, it looks like they’re turning their attention to the receiver position. Tyler Lockett already got a massive extension to stay with the Seahawks, but the team may not be done at wide-out.

According to Bleacher Report, ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler confirmed on a recent episode of SportsCenter that the Seahawks are looking for a potential No. 3 receiver in free agency. He also mentioned a player

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