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Zach Wilson to Start for the New York Jets: A Second Chance at Redemption

The New York Jets have announced that Zach Wilson will be back as the starting quarterback for their upcoming game against the Houston Texans. Head coach Robert Saleh expressed confidence in Wilson, stating, "Zach gives us our best chance to win. Giving him another opportunity to go prove that."

This decision comes after the Jets benched Wilson in favor of Tim Boyle for the past two games, with veteran Trevor Siemian as the backup. However, after the Boyle experiment failed and Siemian showed no improvement in a relief appearance, the Jets have turned back to Wilson for another shot at redemption.

Saleh revealed that Wilson is eager and fired up for the opportunity, refuting previous reports that suggested he was reluctant to return to the starting lineup. The head coach expressed confidence in Wilson, despite his struggles this season, and acknowledged that the team's offensive issues extend beyond the quarterback position.

With the Jets sitting at 4-8 and in 14th place in the AFC, Wilson will have the next five weeks to lead the team and attempt to salvage their season. Saleh expressed hope that Wilson will remain the starter for the rest of the season, emphasizing the importance of giving him the opportunity to prove himself.

As the Jets look to avoid a disappointing end to the 2023 season, all eyes will be on Zach Wilson as he takes the reins once again, hoping to lead the team to success in the remaining games.

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