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Zach Wilson Attacks Critics Ahead of Week 11 Patriots Rematch

David Kaestle
Zach Wilson has some words for his critics.
Zach Wilson has some words for his critics. / Associated Press
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The New York Jets have certainly surprised a ton of people this season with their 6-3 start, currently in second place in the AFC East. However, they got served a piece of humble pie during their Week 8 matchup against the New England Patriots, a game they lost 22-17.

During that game, Zach Wilson showed some frustration, both with his play and his emotions. Ahead of the two teams' rematch in Week 11, Wilson is not bothered by the negativity that came along with his Week 8 performance.

"I thought they were good emotions. I mean, I was frustrated. I still believe that nobody outside of this building knows what they're talking about."

Zach Wilson

Wilson is confident in his team and his own abilities and doesn't worry about what anyone says outside of the Jets organization. When asked about his mindset heading into the rematch, Wilson said:

"Excited because it's another challenge. This is a big divisional game for us obviously. So not necessarily to feel like I got to prove anything, like, 'Last game didn't go great and I have to do something different this time.'"

Zach Wilson

The Jets head into the Week 11 matchup with the Patriots as 3.5-point road underdogs, according to FanDuel Sportsbook's latest NFL odds.

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