The Jets’ Wilson has focused on getting better, not on his critics, the doubters

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New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson (2) comes out of the pocket to pass against the New England Patriots during the first quarter of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2022, in New York.

New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson (2) tackles the New England Patriots during the second half of an NFL football game Sunday, Oct. 30, 2022, in East Rutherford, N.J.

New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson (2) passes against the New England Patriots during the first quarter of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2022, in New York.

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New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson (2) comes out of the pocket to pass against the New England Patriots during the first quarter of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2022, in New York.

New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson (2) tackles the New England Patriots during the second half of an NFL football game Sunday, Oct. 30, 2022, in East Rutherford, N.J.

New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson (2) passes against the New England Patriots during the first quarter of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2022, in New York.

The criticism of Zach Wilson seems louder this week, the doubts about his ability at an all-time high.

The word “bust” has been floated by some fans and reporters when it comes to the New York Jets quarterback, who is coming off the worst game of his second NFL season.

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NEW YORK – The Brooklyn Nets have suspended guard Kyrie Irving for at least five games without pay after his anti-Semitic remarks.

For the second straight year the Colts and Patriots meet with their respective seasons at crossroads. The Colts are still adjusting after coach Frank Reich sat quarterback Matt Ryan last week and started second-year Sam Ehlinger. Reich shook things up more this week, firing offensive coordinator Marcus Brady in hopes of sparking a unit that had scored 17 or fewer points in five of its past seven games. Meanwhile, Patriots quarterback Mac Jones is coming off his first win since returning to the lineup after a three-week absence with an ankle injury. But New England’s offense has managed just one touchdown in the two games since he returned.

Week 9 doesn’t have one marquee contest, unless you count the last two Super Bowl champions battling it out to see who will come closest to missing the playoffs. Six teams are on the bye, including the Giants, and there are only two games in the 4 p.m. window (the aforementioned L.A. Rams-Tampa Bay with…

CHICAGO – Pedro Grifol donned a Chicago White Sox home jersey with the No. 5 and his name on the back Thursday morning at Guaranteed Rate Field.

CHICAGO — Pedro Grifol’s charge of the Chicago White Sox’s 2022 season came early during his introductory news conference as the team’s new manager Thursday at Guaranteed Rate Field.

BALTIMORE – Top Ravens wide receiver Rashod Bateman will have foot surgery for a Lisfranc injury and miss the rest of the season, coach John Harbaugh said Thursday.

Will Gordon was frustrated by his rough finish last week in Bermuda. He has no complaints about his excellent start in Mexico. Gordon had a 62 in the first round and leads the Global Technology Championship at Mayakoba. Russell Henley had a 63. Gordon played his last four holes in 4-over par in the Bermuda wind. He tries to manage his expectations at the Mayakoba resort. Harris English and Francesco Molinari are at 64. English is still trying to get his game back from hip surgery early in the year. Masters champion Scottie Scheffler opened with a 65.

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The Titans and Chiefs meet Sunday night at Arrowhead Stadium in a showdown of 5-2 division leaders in the thick of the AFC playoff race. Tennessee is coming off a 17-10 win over Houston in which Derrick Henry ran for 219 yards and two TDs, while the Chiefs had the week off after a 44-23 defeat of San Francisco. Read also : A local cheerleader is doing her best despite battling a rare disease. The Titans have won five of the past six in the series, including a wild-card playoff game, although Kansas City’s one win came in the AFC championship game in the 2019 season. Head coach Andy Reid is 20-3 when his teams come away.

The Cincinnati Bengals have to get used to life without injured receiver Ja’Marr Chase, at least temporarily. With Chase out with a hip injury on Monday night, the Bengals were run over by the Cleveland Browns and slipped back to 4-4. The receiver will be on the shelf again on Sunday when Cincinnati hosts the Carolina Panthers. Carolina lost wild in overtime 37-34 to Atlanta last week. Former XFL quarterback P.J. Walker is making his fourth straight start for the Panthers.

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The Las Vegas Raiders are coming off their ugliest game in nearly eight years and spent the week regrouping in Florida and trying to make amends. No one would likely choose to play the embarrassed and motivated Raiders right now. Jacksonville has no choice. This may interest you : Bridget Condon provides the latest news on the Panthers QB competition on NFL Network. The Raiders and Jaguars will meet on Sunday with both teams reeling. Las Vegas is fresh off a 24-0 shutout of New Orleans in which it managed 183 yards. Jacksonville is hoping to avoid a repeat of a winless October that included a five-game skid and new levels of frustration.

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Ross Chastain’s video game-inspired ride down the wall at Martinsville took him across the finish line, into the NASCAR championship final and around the world. Like it or not, Chevy’s hands-off, feet-to-the-floor throw has catapulted Chastain and NASCAR into the social media stratosphere. This may interest you : O-Zone: String music. A championship is on the line this weekend at Phoenix Raceway, but there was almost as much attention on Chastain’s bold move last week as there was on who would win the Cup Series title between him, Joey Logano, Chase Elliott and Christopher Bell.

Brazil’s Rebeca Andrade made history at the world gymnastics championships. The 23-year-old became the first woman from South America to claim the world all-around title after a dynamic performance during the final. Andrade, a silver medalist in the all-around at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, posted a total of 56.899 to win going away. The 23-year-old used a dynamic vault in the first rotation to sprint to a lead she never threatened to relinquish. Shilese Jones of the United States was second, with Jessica Gadirova of Great Britain third.

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Known for great hands, Amari Cooper’s arm needs work. Cleveland’s talented wide receiver was able to laugh about a trick that failed miserably in the Browns’ 32-13 win over Cincinnati on Monday. Cooper misfired on his first NFL pass, which was intercepted. It was a rare mistake for the 28-year-old, who was everything the Browns hoped for when they acquired him in a March trade from Dallas. Cooper led on and off the field. He also gave quarterback Jacoby Brissett a reliable target to complement the league’s best rushing attack.

  • The Houston Astros’ World Series no-hitter was the most-watched Game 4 in three years. Houston’s 5-0 victory over Philadelphia, which tied the Series at two games apiece, was seen by 11,809,000 viewers on Fox. That was up 9% from the 10,789,000 for Atlanta’s 3-2 win over the Astros in Game 4 last year and up 23% from the 9,563,000 for Tampa Bay’s 8-7 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 4 of 2020. The first four games this year averaged 11,329,000 viewers on Fox, up 4% from last year’s four-game average of 10,918,000.
  • The Dallas Cowboys rode a defense-first mentality into contention in the NFC playoff race. The defending NFC East champions are 6-2 entering their bye week. The Cowboys are in that spot because of a defense that has helped them win four of five games without injured star quarterback Dak Prescott. Reigning NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year Micah Parsons leads a unit that started out as the stingiest for Dallas since the Doomsday era of the 1970s. Coach Mike McCarthy says he and his staff knew before the season started that defense would define his third Dallas team.
  • Zach Wilson’s critics seem louder this week with doubts about his ability at an all-time high. The word “bust” has been floated by some fans and reporters when it comes to the New York Jets quarterback, who is coming off the worst game of his second NFL season. A four-game hitting streak muted much of it until last Sunday, when Wilson’s three-interception performance in a 22-17 loss to New England raised eyebrows. Wilson says he doesn’t mind any of that. He’s just focused on continuing to get better and not making the type of mistakes he made last week.
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  • James Harden is expected to miss about a month with a right foot tendon strain. Harden was injured during the Sixers’ loss at Washington on Wednesday and the 10-time All-Star will be evaluated again in two weeks. Harden tripped on a drive to the basket early in the game and remained on his back in pain before he got up and returned to the game. Harden still scored 24 points. The Sixers are 4-5 going into Friday’s home game against the New York Knicks.

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