New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson’s precise throw makes the second touchdown in a week 4 game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

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The match currently stands at 20-20 after a terrific touchdown and a successful two-point attempt. Initially, in the game, the Kansas City Chiefs had an upper hand on the Jets, but the play turned out to be different as the match progressed.

Zach Wilson and the New York Jets made a remarkable comeback to tie the Kansas City Chiefs, the defending Super Bowl winners, after falling behind by 17 points in the third quarter.

Allen Lazard, a former Green Bay Packer, was the recipient of a touchdown throw from Wilson, who then took matters into his own hands by rushing the ball in for a successful 2-point convert.

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By the start of the third quarter, Wilson had already thrown for two touchdowns and accumulated 216 passing yards, putting out a tremendous effort.

During the first drive of the second half, Zach Wilson’s passing accuracy was nothing short of remarkable. He made all five of his tries, finishing with a touchdown and 75 total yards. This outstanding performance came after a great first-half effort in which he completed 18 of 26 passes for 141 yards and a touchdown.

Tyler Conklin received a deft 25-yard ball over his shoulder to start the drive, and Allen Lazard received a 10-yard pass for the game-winning touchdown. Wilson personally ran the two-point conversion, diving over the goal line to tie the game in a final act of tenacity.

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Zach Wilson is an American football quarterback currently playing for the New York Jets in the National Football League (NFL). He achieved a number of noteworthy things during his time playing college football, including being named the MVP of the bowl game at Brigham Young University (BYU) twice. Wilson was selected by the Jets with the second overall choice in the 2021 NFL Draft.