It sounds as though Zach Wilson's accuracy has been consistently off in OTAs so far. The Jets did not do much to help their rookie out last year as he was behind the 2nd worst OL in the NFL last year. That is the bad thing about teams that pick in the top of the draft. They weren't bad for no reason, and usually you can look at the OL and see why the team sucked. If you want to ruin a talented investment, put him behind a bad OL.
NBC Sports Edge wrote:
Pro Football Network's Mike Kaye reports Zach Wilson has struggled with accuracy in Jets OTAs. https://www.nbcsportsedge.com/football/ ... ach-wilson
"I got a close look at Wilson on Wednesday during OTAs at the team’s facility, and I came away with a shoulder shrug of sorts," Kaye said. "Wilson got off to a rough start in team drills as his first four passes were as follows: a throw behind Corey Davis, a throw that hovered over everyone, a clear throwaway after being flushed out of the pocket, and another bad misfire." Kaye said Wilson later completed a few nice throws over the middle and heavily targeted second-year WR Elijah Moore. By any measurement, Wilson's rookie year accuracy was disastrous. No quarterback had a worse completion rate over expected and only Justin Fields had a worst adjusted completion rate, per Pro Football Focus. Wilson, who has reportedly bulked up for his sophomore season, will have few excuses in 2022 after the Jets upgraded their pass-catching group with Garrett Wilson and their offensive line with Laken Tomlinson. "Overall, the recipe is there for Wilson to make a major jump," Kaye said. "That said, I think he’s still a massive projection at this point, especially in June of Year 2."