Tim Boyle, the starting quarterback for the New York Jets against the Miami Dolphins on Friday, replaces benched Zach Wilson, who took over after Aaron Rodgers’ injury. Jets’ offense has struggled this season, and the coach has turned to Boyle to face the Dolphins. Wilson replaced by Boyle after poor performance, and the Jets are looking to improve their offense. Rodgers is aiming to return quickly from injury, but the Jets need to improve their performance to have any hope of reaching the playoffs. Boyle, who spent three seasons with Green Bay and started three games for Detroit in 2021, will now lead the Jets’ offense. The team is hoping for better results under Boyle’s leadership as they aim to improve their performance and make a playoff push.
Boyle went 7 of 14 for 33 yards and an interception after replacing Wilson, who was 7 of 15 for 81 yards and a touchdown and an INT. The Jets are hoping that Boyle’s experience and leadership will help improve their offense as they face the Dolphins on Friday.
Boyle, who previously played for the Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions, has thrown for 607 yards and three TDs with nine interceptions in 18 NFL games. The Jets are looking to Boyle to bring stability and consistency to their offense as they strive for better results in the remainder of the season.
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