Chicago Bears could former Super Bowl winning QB against Jets this weekend

The New York Jets may be starting a new Quarterback when they face the Chicago Bears in Week 12

While the Chicago Bears have seemed to find their Quarterback of the future in Justin Fields, the New York Jets are finding themselves on the fence about their second-year Quarterback in Zach Wilson Jr.

New York lost a close game to the New England Patriots 10-3 Sunday and their offense was a mess, totaling just 104 yards of offense in defeat.

Heach Coach Robert Saleh said on Monday that Wilson is no sure thing to start against the Bears this week.

#Jets HC Robert Saleh said he’s evaluating everything and they aren’t committing to Zach Wilson as this week’s starter vs. the Bears.

Joe Flacco is the number two quarterback on the Jets roster currently. Flacco won a Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens all the way back in 2013 and started the first three games of the season for the Jets, totaling 901 passing yards, five touchdowns, and three interceptions. Saleh also has fellow Quarterback Mike White on the roster, and no commitment was made to either of the three.

Robert Saleh wouldn’t say if Mike White or Joe Flacco would replace Zach Wilson. “Everything is on the table.”

The Jets currently have a record of 6-4 and are just one spot behind the last playoff seed in the AFC. They could look toward the veteran Flacco instead of depending on the young Wilson to win games down the stretch.

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