Zach Wilson

ZachWilson

  • HT/WT
    6' 2", 214 lbs
  • Birthdate
    8/3/1999 (23)
  • College
  • Draft Info
    2021: Rd 1, Pk 2 (NYJ)
  • Status
    Questionable

Status

Questionable
16 hours agoWilson (knee) could return in four to six weeks after successful surgery Tuesday on his meniscus, Jeff Howe of The Athletic reports.
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2021 Passing

Stats
Regular Season
Career
CMPATTCMP%YDSAVGTDINTLNGRTG
21338355.62,3346.19115469.7
21338355.62,3346.19115469.7

Recent Games

DateOPPResultCMPATTYDSCMP%AVGTDINTLNGSACKRTGQBR
Sun 1/9@BUF
L
27-10
7208735.04.41040866.019.7
Sun 1/2vsTB
L
28-24
193323457.67.11024189.740.5
Sun 12/26vsJAX
W
26-21
142210263.64.61022189.693.1
Sun 12/19@MIA
L
31-24
132317056.57.40024680.012.6
Sun 12/12vsNO
L
30-9
194220245.24.80027359.823.1
Latest News

Fantasy Football

Draft Rk
312
% Rostered
9.4
% Change 7 Days
1.2

News: 16 hours agoWilson (knee) could return in four to six weeks after successful surgery Tuesday on his meniscus, Jeff Howe of The Athletic reports.

Spin: While everything went according to plan with the surgery, prior timeline estimates of 2-4 weeks may not have accounted for the possibility of a severe bone bruise or the Jets' reported desire to take a cautious approach with their second-year quarterback. Howe says it's "not entirely out of the question that Wilson could operate on accelerated timeline" and play Week 1, but it doesn't sound especially likely, with Adam Schefter of ESPN reporting that Joe Flacco is "in line to start the regular-season opener" against Baltimore.

ESPN Fantasy Projection: Wilson is entering his second NFL season after a rocky rookie campaign in which he struggled with efficiency and missed four games with an injury. The 2021 second-overall pick was limited to nine passing TDs and 11 INTs and ranked among the worst QBs in completion rate (56%), YPA (6.1), sack rate (10.3%) and drop rate (6.3%). Poor rookie-season pass efficiency isn't a major concern, so a big second-year leap is very possible. Wilson added some value with legs (including four TDs) as a rookie and his 2022 prospects are heightened by an improved supporting cast led by Elijah Moore and early-round rookies Garrett Wilson and Breece Hall. Same as most high-pedigree, second-year QBs, Wilson is worth late-round consideration.