Maybe Zach Wilson is trash. I don't think so, but even if he is, he's not the main problem. After rooting for this team for over 60 years, and see them only have very brief periods of what could be called success, with only one championship to show for it all, I believe I have enough evidence to say that they will NEVER be a winning franchise. I thought they might finally have turned the corner with Douglas and the blueprint he said he was building with, but no matter how nice the building he's trying to build might be, it can't stand with no decent foundation - a solid, if not Top 10 OL. And if a guy who was actually an OL in college, and who learned under the likes of Ozzie Newsome hasn't been able to produce this foundation at this point, I personally don't think he ever will. I don't know what his problem was/is with this, but it doesn't matter. His failure cost us having a great QB like Rodgers run this offense. And it also cost the development of the highest QB they drafted. But it goes deeper than all that. Ever since Namath and Weeb left, the Jets went from being at the forefront of offensive thinking to the opposite end, adopting a "defense wins championships" mindset even into the last 20 years when it was clear the rest of NFL was going with high scoring offenses. I had hoped that even though Saleh was a DC that he would be different, but it's clear he isn't. Picking defensive minded guys to be the HC is simply the Jets version of insanity: "Doing the same thing over and over, expecting different results". Allowing Hackett to deploy that putrid game plan today shows that Saleh is incapable of understanding offense enough to know that it was putrid. And that's not the first time we can say that about a defensive minded Jets HC. At this point firing Douglas and Saleh would be pointless, and it isn't going to happen anyway. But replacing Zach Wilson as QB sure isn't going to fix things. The real truth is that as long as the Johnsons own this team, the Jets will be losers, because teams take on the identity of their owners, and the Johnsons are two of the biggest losers in sports.