East Rutherford, NJ – Unsuccessful New York jets have a lot of problems. Add the injured quarterback to the list.
Sam Dornold The Jets suffered a right shoulder sprain on Thursday night with a 37-28 win over Denver Francois at Medlife Stadium. He finished the game after being hit on the ground in the first quarter, but he admitted it was a “painful” injury and seemed embarrassed by a post-game video call with reporters.
The Jets (0-4) did not make a prediction. They have a mini bag before they face the Arizona Cardinals on Oct. 11.
Dornold insisted he was “fine” and would take it day by day.
“I had something similar, so I didn’t care too much,” he said. “As soon as they told me I could go back there, I started getting excited.”
Donald was in excruciating pain after being fired. He tried to play through it, but it only lasted one play before he was sidelined and was immediately taken to the locker room for an experiment.
He was replaced by former Francois quarterback Joe Flacco, Who introduced his jets. Flacco played only four photos before surrendering to Dornold.
Initially, coach Adam Case thought it was a big injury.
“Yeah, the way he was thrown down, I’m not sure,” he said. “I tried to map out how the rest of the game was going” with Flacco in the quarterback.
A few minutes later, Dornald emerged from the locker room, threw some warm-ups and started the game again.
Having been eliminated six times, Dornold took a beating in the game. The reason is the revolving door on the left. Suma Edoka Started for the injured Maggie Pecton, But Edoka lasted only four plays due to a shoulder injury.
Pecton came off the bench and played 16 snaps, but he worsened his injured left shoulder and had to obey it. Connor McDermott.
Dornold played a solid game, completing 23 of 42 passes for 230 yards and rushing to a 46-yard touchdown – the longest-running run in owner history for a quarterback. But he struggled in the red zone, where the Jets went from 0 to -3.
“This is unacceptable,” he said.
Donald’s life is a question in his life. He missed six games in his first two years – three leg injuries, three due to mononucleosis.