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New York Jets’ lineman Zach Wilson was in the middle of the action Monday night, wearing a custom-made ‘New York’ Jets jersey with the number 77 instead of his usual 71. Wilson was getting hyped up by fans with no regard to the fact that he was on the wrong side of the field. Wilson and the other Jets linemen were wearing their black-and-orange colors to celebrate the New York Islanders making the playoffs after defeating the New York Rangers in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals.

Teambuilding is an important part of any company. Whether it’s a night of bowling with colleagues or the dreaded leap of faith during a company outing, spending time with colleagues outside of the office is essential to building a strong team and increasing productivity. The NFL locker room is a little different than the typical office, but the importance of getting to know your teammates outside of work remains the same. That’s exactly what New York Jets premier quarterback Zach Wilson did when he attended a New York Islanders game with his new offensive line. And as often happens in the office, the bond gained momentum when one of the team members started drinking beer.

Zach Wilson is the undisputed QB1 of the New York Jets’team.

Robert Saleh explains how he can help young QB Zach Wilson handle the pressure he will experience as a rookie in New York: It is impossible to hide them, to protect them. If you try this, you’ll lose time. – Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoSNY) May 7, 2021 The New York Jets selected the former BYU quarterback with the No. 2 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. Although questions remain about the level of competition Wilson experienced in college, the Jets had enough confidence in his abilities to put him ahead of other promising quarterbacks like Trey Lance, Justin Fields and Mack Jones. Teams that drafted quarterbacks after the Jets hired an experienced veteran to run the ship until their young signal caller was ready. The San Francisco 49ers, Chicago Bears and New England Patriots will likely start the season with Jimmy Garoppolo, Andy Dalton and Cam Newton. The Jets did just the opposite. The team traded fourth-year quarterback (and 2018 No. 3 pick) Sam Darnold to the Carolina Panthers. Wilson’s only backups now are second-year James Morgan, a fourth-rounder, and 26-year-old Mike White, who has never completed an NFL pass. That makes Wilson an inept starter at the start of the season. For a beginner, this is a questionable proposition. For this to work, the Jets need to have a great offensive line in front of him.

The Jets and the New York Islanders have an unofficial.

Zach Wilson (left) and members of the New York Jets football team|Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images word-image-14648 New York City is the only city in the country with multiple teams in four major professional sports. New Yorkers can pick any team in any sport, but most Big Apple sports fans fall into one of two categories. First, he’s a classic New York sports fan. These types of fans have been cheering for winning teams for a long time: The Giants, the Yankees and the Rangers. The other type of fan likes new teams, underdogs with more difficult pasts. So the Jets, Mets and Islanders are the teams this second group likes. When it comes to the NBA, every true New Yorker over the age of 12 is a New York Knicks fan. With all these allegiances falling apart, it’s no surprise that the Jets decided to hold a team outing at Nassau Coliseum to see how the Islanders would fare against the Pittsburgh Penguins in the NHL playoffs.

Offensive lineman Zach Wilson Dan Feeney got loose a little bit during the game

When Game 4 – which the Islanders won 4-1 – went to commercial, NBC’s cameras saw the Jets celebrating by sipping a beer. As his teammates cheered and the play-by-play announcers burst into laughter, the muscular lineman emptied a can of beer and placed it on his head. This unrecorded moment has gone viral. Feeney, who signed during the offseason, was also quickly found by Jets fans on Twitter. Sports radio host Jake Asman summed up the feelings of Jets fans in a tweet: Dan Feeney is my new favorite player with the Jets! @sportscasting19 .

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