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Robert Saleh Deserves More Criticism For How He's Managed The QB Position

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Tuesday on 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe, Jonas Knox, Brady Quinn and LaVar Arrington try to make sense of all the moves the Jets have made this year when it comes to Zach Wilson, Mike White, Joe Flacco and beyond. By deactivating Zach Wilson yet again, Robert Saleh has made it clear they're ready to move on from their former second overall pick but what does that mean for the future of both Zach and the organization? The guys discuss.

Brady Quinn: "For some reason Robert Saleh has not received any criticism whatsoever for how he's managed it, at least in comparison to how Brian Flores managed things with Tua Tagovailoa, yanking him back in and out of the lineup with Ryan Fitzpatrick. I do feel for Zach Wilson in the sense of, I wish they would have gave him the entire season. If you're going to draft him number two overall and you're gonna make that commitment, then let it play out."
LaVar Arrington: "I would respect the situation more if Robert Saleh was a little bit more candid about the scenario. Don't tell me you're trying to get the young guy right. Like no, 'We're trying to make it to the playoffs and he doesn't give us the best opportunity.'"
Jonas Knox: "If I were Zach Wilson, I'd want to get the hell out of there too. It's over. The reaction early on in that game, just from the fan base, now all of a sudden they've completely turned on him."