New York Jets QB Zach Wilson Turns into Face Of NFL’s Social Media

SALT LAKE Town, Utah – The NFL made former BYU and current New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson the facial area of just one of the league’s social media accounts.

Wilson just lately took around as the header image for the league’s formal Twitter account.

Appropriate higher than the league’s @NFL username and protect brand, Twitter consumers could see a picture of the Jets rookie quarterback as of the afternoon on Sunday, August 22.

Wilson trended on social media subsequent his great Week 2 preseason performance the working day in advance of.

The former BYU star was picked by the Jets with the No. 2 over-all decide in April’s 2021 NFL Draft.

Considering that he was drafted, Wilson has been a polarizing athlete among NFL admirers and conversing heads in sports activities media.

With the best draft picks comes good expectations for the former Cougar, anticipations like becoming on the faces of the NFL.

As a result of the very first two months of the preseason, albeit exhibition contests, Wilson has proved why New York drafted him with 2nd decide.

In Wilson’s 1st preseason match, he was 6/9 passing for 63 yards and the led the Jets to a industry objective from the crosstown New York Giants. Extra significant that his stats, Wilson seemed poised and in regulate all through his initial video game time as an NFL participant.

The previous BYU gunslinger took a further optimistic action in New York’s 2nd preseason.

Wilson was 9/11 passing for 128 yards and threw his two touchdowns from the Green Bay Packers. He recorded a near perfect 154.7 ranking through his time on the gridiron.

While Wilson has nonetheless to enjoy from a comprehensive 1st-string protection in a standard period sport, the rookie has specified football supporters a large amount to be fired up about, exhilaration that the NFL is leaning into as revealed by their Twitter account.

New York’s closing preseason sport is versus the Philadelphia Eagles on Friday, August 27 at 5:30 p.m. (MDT).

Wilson and the Jets begin the standard time on the highway against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, September 12 at 11 a.m. (MDT). The video game will broadcast on CBS.

Kyle Ireland is a Locals in the NFL Insider for KSLSports.com and host of the Yards Following College or university Podcast. Comply with him on Twitter (@kyleireland) and Instagram (@kyleirelandksl).

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