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The New York Jets are watching as their season slowly slips away from them.
No team had more hype around them coming into this season than the Jets.
But on their first drive of the season, it was all stripped away.
When Aaron Rodgers went down with a torn Achilles, most people knew the Jets would struggle at quarterback.
Zach Wilson has stepped in as the starter and done a poor job.
Entering Week 12 of the season, it is clear the Jets have seen enough of Wilson.
Coming off a game where he threw for 81 yards, the Jets will make a change at signal caller.
According to Ian Rapoport, the Jets will start Tim Boyle at quarterback for their Week 12 game against the Dolphins.
Source: The #Jets will start Tim Boyle at QB.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 20, 2023
Boyle came into the game against the Bills on Sunday and was ineffective.
But, Wilson has struggled all year and this change is long overdue.
With a 4-6 record, the Jets need to go on a winning streak for any chance at a playoff berth.
Making the AFC playoffs with any less than 10 wins will be difficult.
Even though Boyle is not great, at least he is a new voice leading the huddle.
The best hope for the Jets is that Rodgers can return in December.
It would be a miraculous recovery from a torn Achilles, but Rodgers seems to think he can do it.
Even if this ends up being a lost season in New York, at least it has become quite evident that Wilson is not their quarterback of the future.
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