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Before the start of the regular season, Aaron Rodgers said he felt comfortable talking about the Jets going to the Super Bowl because “there’s a part of that talking things to existence, the idea of ​​a manifestation.”

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Rodgers won’t be a part of any more Jets games on the field this season, but it appears his approach has rubbed off on the team. While Rodgers’ torn Achilles tendon and Zach Wilson’s return to the starting lineup haven’t generated much outside confidence in the team’s chances, the messages from within the team have universally been about their faith and belief in the quarterback’s ability. field to handle the work.

On Thursday, wide receiver Garrett Wilson explained why he thinks it’s important for him and the rest of the team to express their feelings.

“Just for the effect that can have on people”Wilson said during a media availability. “Belief, people who believe in you, people you work with every day who believe in you. Sometimes it may seem like the world is against you, but in reality it is never like that. We always support our boy. It can be difficult to play ball, especially as a quarterback, in this part of the world. For that, and for everything else, we always want to make sure we get our brother’s back. If he doesn’t know, then I’m doing my job wrong. “I want to make sure I give him all the empowerment in the world and I know everyone else feels the same way about it.”

It’s easier to express positive feelings after a win like the one the Jets earned Monday night, and more tests will come if the team struggles in the coming weeks, but for now, everyone is on the same page when it comes to supporting his quarterback.

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