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Jets deflect blame from Zach Wilson after 3-interception day - ESPN

ARLINGTON, Texas — The New York Jets' first game without Aaron Rodgers was a disaster, as quarterback Zach Wilson threw three interceptions in a 30-10 loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday at AT&T Stadium. Afterward, they rallied around Rodgers' replacement with confidence-building words and gestures.

In the locker room, wide receiver Garrett Wilson put his arm around Wilson and gave him words of encouragement. The three tight ends were there, too, showing support. It was a telling scene, as the Jets (1-1) made it a point to not cast any blame on their former starter-turned-backup.

«From the outside looking in, it's easy to play the quarterback blame game,» Garrett Wilson said. «Honestly, that's the world we live in, where you look at the top man — the head man, the quarterback, the one who makes the money — and then point the finger. But all of us internally know that we all have to take the right steps and get better.»

The Jets endured a trying six days, losing Rodgers to a season-ending Achilles injury and having to pivot on a short week to Zach Wilson, who was demoted twice last season amid profound struggles. Except for one shining moment — a 68-yard touchdown pass to Garrett Wilson, who gained 55 yards after the catch — it was a dismal day for the quarterback and the offense.

The game ended with four turnovers on New York's last five series, including interceptions on the final three possessions. An 18-10 halftime deficit turned into a fourth-quarter blowout, which undoubtedly will increase the outside noise among those who want the front office to acquire another quarterback.

Zach Wilson completed 12 of 27 passes for 170 yards, throwing for only 76 yards in the second half. Coach Robert Saleh defended the