Jets vs. Chargers score, what we learned: Zach Wilson is shut down by Los Angeles in a bad prime-time game.

Jets vs. Chargers score, what we learned: Zach Wilson is shut down by Los Angeles in a bad prime-time game.

The Jets will have to play much better than they did on Monday night if they want Aaron Rodgers with play again this season.

The visiting Chargers played much better than the Jets and beat them 27–6 inside the Big Apple.

Because of the win, both teams are now at.500. The Jets, who had a three-game winning streak, are also at.500 after losing.

Los Angeles got things going right away with an 87-yard punt back for a touchdown by Darius Davis. This came after the defense forced the punt on the first play of the game.

Soon after, Joey Bosa made a strip-sack that set up Austin Ekeler’s quick touchdown run, which made the Chargers’ lead 14-0 shortly into the second quarter.

The Jets were down 17-3 that halftime, but they hung in there and were still in the game going into the fourth quarter.

While there was 4:36 left in the game, Khalil Mack stripped Wilson and set up Ekeler’s second score run of the night. This sealed the Chargers’ win.

It was a bad night for both crimes. QB Justin Herbert for the Chargers only threw for 136 yards as well as was sacked a total of five times.

Wilson threw over 259 yards, yet he was hit eight times and lost two important fumbles.

This weekend, both the Bills and the Dolphins lost, which helped the Jets’ chances of making the playoffs. On Monday night, they’ll have a chance to do the same.

On “Monday Night Football,” Zach Wilson as well as the Jets will play Justin Herbert and the Chargers. Gang Green wants to depart MetLife Stadium in a winning streak of four games.

After last week’s ugly OT win over the Giants, the Jets’ offense needed to get better. But Wilson’s continued progress and the rise of Breece Hall have been enough, along with a strong defense.

During the first six games of the season, Los Angeles lost four of them. However, in Week 8, the Chargers beat the Bears 30-13 thanks to Herbert’s 298-yard passing and three scores.

Wide receiver Mike Williams is out for the season because of an injury, but Los Angeles continues to have a good group of offensive players around Herbert, such as quarterback Austin Ekeler as well as wide receiver Keenan Allen.

There are many reasons why this Monday’s evening matchup is very exciting. A lot of people thought the Los Angeles Chargers would win a lot of games, but they keep losing in the last few seconds.

It was thought that the New York Jets would lose all the time without Rodgers, but they keep finding ways to prevail in the end.

There were a lot of people who thought the Chargers would make the playoffs, and they are working really hard to live up to those hopes.

At the same time, I guess the 4-3 Jets are also trying to meet their big off-season goals, but the fact that they lost Aaron Rodgers four plays through the season is the only reason they are having trouble. Neither team seems to be going in the same direction at this juncture in the season.

The Chargers are 1-2 in their last three matches. In their last win, they used a rookie quarterback who wasn’t picked in the draft to their advantage. Because of this, their plus/minus across that period is zero, even though they have a negative record.

In fact, they let him score a touchdown! Still, the Jets’ plus/minus over the last three weeks is +19, which is sixth best in the NFL during that time. To say it again, both of these teams are going in different directions right now.

Aside from the fact that the coach in charge of each team used to be the defensive coordinator on a Shanahan-tree-style offense, it’s important to note that the two teams have played very differently on both sides of the ball.