Jets’ New Starting QB Tim Boyle Faces Backlash from NFL Fans

The New York Jets have decided to bench Zach Wilson and start Tim Boyle after a disappointing 32-6 loss to the Buffalo Bills in Week 11. Wilson, who took over as the starter after Aaron Rodgers’ injury, struggled and failed to capitalize on the chances provided by the Jets’ defense. In 10 games this season, Wilson threw for 1,944 yards, six touchdowns, and seven interceptions with a poor passer rating of 73.8. Former NFL player Pat McAfee criticized Wilson’s performance, calling him out for his poor play and suggesting that he is not ready to be an NFL starter. With Tim Boyle taking over as the new starter for the Jets, it remains to be seen if he can perform better than Wilson on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins. Aaron Rodgers could potentially return to play in December if the Jets are still in the playoffs race, but it may not be an ideal decision for him to rush back from his Achilles injury. The New York Jets’ QB depth chart after Wilson’s benching is as follows: 1) Tim Boyle, 2) Trevor Siemian, 3) Zach Wilson.