Zach Wilson is back.
The second-year Jets quarterback suffered a bone bruise and meniscus tear in the preseason and missed the first three games of the regular season. But he returns Sunday for a road matchup against the Steelers.
This game should answer plenty of questions about the Jets moving forward. Although they’re only 1-2 with a pair of tough losses to the Ravens and Bengals sandwiched around a miraculous comeback win over the Browns, it’s difficult to get a read on any team missing its primary starting quarterback.
If Wilson turns heads and the Jets defeat Pittsburgh, fans will rejoice.