How many idiot GM's and HC's have the Jets had in the past that would constantly walk their pick right out on the field? Regardless, of how poorly that QB is playing he gets the nod. Purely out of arrogance, Tannenbaum, Idzik, and Macagnan they constantly double down on bad QB's. Like what the public and passionate fanbase can plainly see isn't real. And trust me, for any of those younger fans, placing your ego ahead of team goals is a very real thing. Without looking I'm sure there's plenty of other examples out there with other NFL teams. Saleh and Joe Douglas deserve a great big helping of respect for swallowing their pride, ego, arrogance, and whatever the fuck else you want to call it for not hesitating in benching Zach. If this were Tannenbaum and Rex they'd be walking Zach back out there until hell freezes over just like they did with Sanchez in 2012. Most normally, CAREERS are riding on the QB you choose. You've all heard the old adage said over and over again. You heard when Zach was drafted. Joe Douglas‘s career will forever be linked to Zach Wilson. If he fails? Douglas and Saleh get fired. That's pretty much always been the norm in the NFL. Now, you can complain that you don't think the timing was soon enough. I'm sure there's a million armchair GM's that always knew better. They're just unhired, undiscovered geniuses of the NFL lol. What's most important is that when it was most obvious that Zach needed to sit. The HC and GM did not stutter or hesitate. They did what was best for the New York Jets. That is, and forever will be, the most important thing.