NFL Recap: New York Jets vs. Jacksonville Jaguars 3:19 – Zach Wilson strikes again! Trevor Lawrence wins easily

Zach Wilson disappointed again as the starting quarterback for the New York Jets – and was put back on the bench. In bad weather, Trevor Lawrence and his Jacksonville Jaguars adapted better to the conditions and played the game solidly.

Jets vs. Jaguars: At a Glance

  • The Jets started hopefully with a field goal after solid defensive play from Quinnen Williams, who was doubtful of injury until just before the game.
  • But because the Jets’ offense didn’t work at all otherwise and the defense couldn’t stop the Jaguars’ short plays, Jacksonville consistently scored one field goal after another.
  • A long Jaguars drive even ended with a Trevor Lawrence touchdown jump.
  • Zach Wilson was penalized again – Chris Streveler took over and led the Jets with precision downfield, but he didn’t score either.
  • The Cincinnati Bengals made the playoffs early with the loss to the Jets.

New York Jets vs. Jacksonville Jaguars: The Analysis

The game started immediately with impressive defensive performances. Quinnen Williams got hold of Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence and snatched the ball from him in the third play. Because fellow Jets player Carl Lawson got the ball first, possession changed. But the New York Jets haven’t budged either. They moved the ball just five yards in two plays before Zach Wilson was blitzed and sacked by safety Andre Cisco. Because they put the ball near the Jaguars end zone, the Jets took the basket.

Then the Jaguars moved the ball a little better. Travis Etienne’s run and Trevor Lawrence’s short passes created space. But because the quarterback clearly knocked down receiver Christian Kirk on third down, they also had to settle for a field goal.

Because the Jets still haven’t clicked much, they had to kick after just one first down. The Jaguars collected the ball on their own 4-yard line and started a long drive into the second quarter. Again, runs and short passes were the way to always get the ball going. In addition to a through pass to tight end Dan Arnold, the Jaguars reached the Jets 1-yard line, from which quarterback Larence himself popped the ball along his offensive line to the end zone – touchdown, 3:10.

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