Former Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is all in on Zach Wilson.
Romo gave the Jets rookie QB excessive reward on Wednesday and predicted the BYU product “goes to show that franchise round.”
He didn’t cease there.
“It’s uncommon for me to say somebody has the flexibility to get within the stratosphere of a [Patrick] Mahomes, however I feel this child truly has that skill. So when you have got a quarterback like that, I feel there’s no telling how good you might be. He could make up for lots of weaknesses in a number of areas for a soccer crew,” Romo mentioned.
“I feel Zach Wilson goes to be within the dialogue as one of many high three to 5 quarterbacks [in the league] in a short time. Inside the subsequent couple of years I feel you’re going to see him rise. I feel he’s unbelievable. His ceiling is so excessive.”
Romo, although, did acknowledge the robust competitors within the AFC East, because the Payments and QB Josh Allen have emerged as main playoff contenders.
“I perceive they haven’t had the flexibility and the expertise of a few of these different groups they’ve gone towards, however they’ll make up for lots of that, and quick. We’ll see how shortly he can try this, as a result of the division goes to get harder and harder,” Romo mentioned.
Wilson will get his first style of NFL common season motion when the Jets face the Panthers on Week 1. The 22-year-old confirmed promise in coaching camp, showcasing robust decision-making and a capability to learn the whole subject.
The BYU product shined this preseason — finishing 15 of 20 passes for 191 yards and two touchdowns in his two appearances towards the Giants and Packers.
The Jets are coming off a 2-14 season, and are hoping the Wilson period will result in a successful tradition the crew has lacked through the years.