Robert Saleh and Mike LaFleur had some high commendation for the Planes' reinforcement subsequent to declaring that

Zach Wilson won't play this week against the Bears The Planes might have stayed with Zach Wilson this week,

allowing the quarterback an opportunity to bounce back against the Bears' humble safeguard. With Wilson sidelined,

New York might have given the beginning position back to Joe Flacco, the veteran that started the season under focus while Wilson was recuperating from knee medical procedure.

All things considered, the Planes are moving with reinforcement Mike White at quarterback in Week 12. Jets lead trainer Robert Saleh uncovered the quarterback change on Wednesday,

guaranteeing that White is more than equipped for giving a flash on offense

"He's dominated matches with us, he does an extraordinary work practically speaking, he's done a extraordinary work in games for us" Saleh told columnists.

"He's very capable as a quarterback and he can make every one of the tosses on the football field and run the offense in a way that we want to.

White prevailed upon the Planes fan base with his exceptional presentation last season, filling in for Wilson during a differernt knee injury.

The long-lasting reinforcement drove New York to an agitated success over the Bengals, tossing for 405 yards with three scores in his most memorable profession start.

Jets hostile organizer Mike LaFleur said on Wednesday that he believes White should carry that equivalent mindset to MetLife Arena on Sunday, attempting to go 1-0 this week.

He shouldn't ponder how significant this challenge is for a 6-4 group hoping to keep close by in the postseason discussion.