Five takeaways from the New York Jets' 2021-22 season
Another season has come and gone for the New York Jets, resulting in a 4-13 overall record and a place at the bottom of the AFC East. That being said, this year feels a bit different than others. Zach Wilson finished strong while other rookies stepped into the squad to fill some of the many daunting gaps heading into the season. Overall, despite the disappointing overall record, it feels like Robert Saleh has this Jets team heading in the right direction. Jets reporter Michael Leegan looks back at the year and delivers his five main takeaways from it in a special edition of the One on One Halftime Report.
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