This season was supposed to be a massive year for New York Jets wide receiver Garrett Wilson. The former Offensive Rookie of the Year was going to be playing alongside one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time in Aaron Rodgers, which was supposed to be one of the most dangerous partnerships in all of the NFL.
Unfortunately, we all never really got a taste of this dynamic duo after Rodgers went down with a devastating injury in his Jets debut.
New York Jets WR Garrett Wilson in Heated Conversation With Aaron Rodgers
Instead of these two stars potentially celebrating their on-field heroics for the Jets, Rodgers and Wilson have been left with no other choice but to work on their partnership off the field.
During Sunday’s embarrassing 30-0 shutout loss against the Miami Dolphins, Wilson was seen going off on Rodgers on the sidelines in what appeared to be a heated conversation between the pair:
Garrett Wilson and Aaron Rodgers having a chop sesh on the sidelines pic.twitter.com/hgXZEMbn0f
— NFL on CBS 🏈 (@NFLonCBS) December 17, 2023
It is unclear why Wilson was so hot, which even saw the 23-year-old putting his hand on Rodgers’ chest at one point in the exchange. For his part, however, the four-time NFL MVP remained as calm as a cucumber, making it look like this was a one-way tirade from a clearly frustrated Wilson.
The fact that the Jets were down 27-0 at that point in the game probably had a lot to do with the wide receiver’s foul mood.
Sunday’s loss against the Dolphins means that the Jets are done for the season. Their playoff hopes have officially evaporated, which also likely means that we won’t be seeing Aaron Rodgers return to action this year.
You can be sure that Garrett Wilson was looking forward to potentially linking up with his new quarterback toward the latter part of this season — a prospect that will now have to wait until 2024.
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