3. New York Jets (1-1)
Speaking of the Zach Wilson-led Jets, they were absolutely dominated by the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday by a score of 30-10. After a burst of momentum in Week 1, beating the Buffalo Bills without Rodgers and in prime time, New York fell flat on its face in Week 2.
It is pretty safe to say that the Jets are not going to go very far with Wilson under center. The second-year pro only made one truly excellent play on Sunday, which was his 68-yard touchdown pass to Garrett Wilson.
Otherwise, Wilson ended the day going 12-for-27 passing with 170 yards, one touchdown and three picks. He also took three sacks and finished with a quarterback rating of just 38.1.
Defensively, it was difficult for the Jets to do much when they were demolished in the time of possession battle. New York held the football for just under 18 minutes in this one, while the Cowboys had it for over 42 minutes.
Next week, it'll be a pivotal game between New England and New York.