Vic Fangio was supposed to be on the hot seat. Instead, he has Denver atop the AFC West.
DENVER (AP) — The scratch on Zach Wilson's left hand — the one he got from taking yet another hit — was no big deal, he maintained. It will quickly mend. Same with a bruised ego after another frustrating performance. The New York Jets rookie quarterback knows these lumps and hits just come with the territory as he learns the ropes in the NFL. This was another tough day for Wilson as he was sacked five times and threw two interceptions in a 26-0 loss to the Denver Broncos on Sunday. The Jets (0-3
Greg Knapp spent time with seven teams over his two decades coaching in the NFL.