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Jets WR Garrett Wilson sets social media on fire after ‘insane’ comeback

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Last week, the New York Jets coaching staff got in a lot of trouble for not giving their star wide receiver Garrett Wilson enough run.

The message was apparently heard loud and clear as they not only gave Wilson some more reps, they absolutely fed him the rock.

Not a 21-year-old wide receiver, according to Mojo’s Dalton Kates ever had seen a game with more than 15 goals (prior to week 15) in NFL history. Then Wilson decided to accomplish that feat in what was described as a “crazy comeback”.

The former Ohio State product finished with eight receptions for over 102 receiving yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winner.

Wilson only saw six goals in the first half of the season opener against the Baltimore Ravens. Fans, coaches and even the youngster himself found this unacceptable and quickly worked to change that this time.

The Jets needed each of these statistical achievements as they achieved the impossible.

ESPN’s Field Yates provided the Setting for the Jets’ unlikely comeback win over the Cleveland Browns.

When Pro Bowl running back Nick Chubb hit a touchdown with just 1:55 left in the game, Cleveland was up 13 points: 30-17.

At that point, the Jets ran out of time-outs, and if Chubb had just dropped to the canvas, the Browns could have run out the clock. Instead, the Jets pulled off a “miracle” 31-30 win with plenty of Wilson magic.

ESPN analyst and longtime former NFL defenseman Ryan Clark said Wilson was “born to play wide receiver.” praised the Jets to get it right with this selection. Clark also issued a warning to the rest of the NFL, saying Wilson will “be dancing on people for the next decade” in New York.

Clark wasn’t the only one to shower the youngster with praise on social media following his performance.

Wilson is “legitimate” says bet365US on twitter:

Wilson had a very solid day throughout the game, but the most incredible thing about this comeback wasn’t just the team. Wilson himself lost a key third of potential conversion late in the fourth quarter, which nearly cost his team the win.

Instead, the former Ohio State Stud is the one who had to rewrite the final chapter of his second career game with a last-second touchdown.

Connor Rogers covers the NFL draft every year for Bleacher Report and was a huge fan of Wilson emerging from the draft. After a slow start to his NFL career, Rogers emphatically stated that the young wideout has officially arrived.

This is an evolving story and we will provide details as they become available.



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