The New York Jets are still sticking with Zach Wilson despite losing back-to-back games following Aaron Rodgers' season-ending injury.
The former No. 2 overall pick helped rally the Jets to an overtime win over the Buffalo Bills in Week 1, but since then New York has suffered losses to the Dallas Cowboys and New England Patriots.
Robert Saleh says the best way he can explain why Wilson will remain the starter is because he gives the Jets the best chance to win. The head coach noted that the losses are not just on Wilson.
"It would help if we could help around him, in terms of the way we play," he said. "Just overall, it just wasn't good enough, from coaching to players to all of it."
Tim Boyle is the other quarterback on the Jets' current roster.