The Jets have made a change to their starting quarterback, with Tim Boyle set to start against the Dolphins, according to multiple reports. This decision comes after Zach Wilson’s poor performance against the Bills led to his benching. Despite head coach Robert Saleh’s previous statements that the team believed in Wilson, he has decided that a change is necessary.
It remains uncertain what Boyle will be able to do with the Jets’ offense. He has started just three games in his NFL career, all for the Lions, and all of which resulted in losses. Boyle’s career stats include a 60.8 percent completion rate, 607 passing yards, three touchdowns, nine interceptions, and a passer rating of 50.9. These numbers are not promising, but Saleh has decided to give him a chance as the starting quarterback for the Jets.
The question now is whether Boyle can perform better than Wilson. Despite his underwhelming statistics, Saleh appears to have confidence in him as the man to lead the Jets offense forward into success. Only time will tell if this change will be beneficial for the team as they face off against their next opponents on Sunday.