On Saturday night, in a last suggestion to his new beginning quarterback, New York Planes mentor Robert Saleh told Mike White to act naturally 

and not to stress over accomplishing something phenomenal in his season debut. "We didn't have to transform into The Best Show on Turf," Saleh told correspondents Sunday.

As it ended up, White conveyed an exhibition deserving of the turn-of-the-century St. Louis Rams,

passing for three scores and 315 yards in the Planes' 31-10 triumph over the Chicago Bears in a consistent downpour at MetLife Arena.

Supplanting the downgraded Zach Wilson, who watched from the sideline as the third/dormant quarterback,

White finished his initial five endeavors and never lost his beat. He separated the raindrops, finishing 22 of 28 passes

and associating with 10 distinct beneficiaries in quite possibly of the best passing exhibition in establishment history.

It was a genuinely necessary flash for the Planes (7-4), who persevered through a strain filled week that remembered a horrendous hostile exhibition for a somewhat late

misfortune to the New Britain Nationalists and the possible sidelining of Wilson, the No. 2 by and large pick in 2021.

Toward the finish of the saturated day, the group was reciting, "Mike White! Mike White!" "It's generally cool," White said of hearing his name in the arena.

"I won't stay here and give you some quarterback antique that I'm not zeroing in on that, which there are times I'm not."

With a grin, he added, "I figure it would be significantly cooler on the off chance that they didn't do it when we were attempting to snap the ball, however I won't say anything negative excessively."