"Sometimes boring" is a temporary step in Wilson's learning curve.

When our new coach said, "Sometimes it's OK to be boring," he was referring to Jones and his passing game for the Patriots; he saw his gunslinger, Wilson, throw the ball into double coverage as Belichick did not blitz giving way to the rookie quarterback being his own worst enemy. The dilemma that the Jets face is turning Wilson into a game manager, like Jones, hoping that the defense wins your games or let him grow as a big play quarterback and make all these mistakes till he learns from them. Football has become an offensive game with Patrick and Lamar as their poster boys, Baltimore and Kansas City game as a perfect example, and that is why Zach was drafted. In other words, Saleh's "sometimes boring" is not our cup of tea to win championships but just a temporary step in Wilson's learning curve.

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