-- I think Trent Dilfer proved very prophetic from earlier this week. He warned that the true test of a QB is when the other team starts to game plan for YOU, and I believe to a certain extent that is what happened today. I believe the Jets plan was to trust their front seven against the run, MLBs like Harris and Scott help do that, but focus on ruffling the feathers of the young QB. They talked about it all week. In the first half, it was working. A lot of gut pressure, some late edge blitzes, all stuff that can throw an inexperienced player off his game. And to an extent it did, but then he adapted. As Dilfer said, the way to pass that inevitable test, is to overcome the other team's gameplan against you, and I would say without a doubt, Wilson did today. (I will also give credit to Bevel for this. Not always my favorite guy, but some of his wrinkles and set up plays today were great, especially against an aggressive defense).
-- So I will just say, B+ young man. You handled today with a lot of grace and presence. The only reason it isn't an A, is that when you realize the other team is dialing it up on you, you HAVE to protect that ball just a little better. We all hate sacks, but they are much less damaging that turnovers.