While Sunday provided some shocking wins in the NFL, it also had players with disappointing games.
With some players, the disappointment led to their team losing the game.
However, even players on the winning side had their own disappointing game.
So what three NFL players had disappointing games on Sunday?
3. Zach Wilson
Despite getting the win, Zach Wilson had a disappointing game.
He went 16/26, putting his completion percentage at 61.5%.
However, it was his 121 passing yards that were awful for him.
His biggest pass play was to Michael Carter, who had a 37-yard catch setting the Jets up for a field goal.
Greg Zuerlein GOOD from 45 yards, and the Jets go into the half with a 10-9 lead. The missed PAT with a shaky hold is the difference.
Michael Carter’s 37-yard catch-and-run on 1st-and-25 crucial as the Jets drive to the FG at the end of the half.
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Wilson can’t afford to continue posting stats like these while still expecting to win games.
2. Tom Brady
The G.O.A.T. of NFL QBs had a rough Sunday against the Carolina Panthers.
However, some of the lackluster play comes from his best receivers dropping perfect passes.
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Despite the 290 passing yards on 32 completions, Brady didn’t score any touchdowns.
While some blame falls on his teammates, he’s also not executing during critical moments of the game.
With Brady going 2-for-12 on third down, it’s clear there are issues with the game management side from Brady.
1. Aaron Rodgers
After two consecutive losses to teams no one thought could beat the Packers, Aaron Rodgers had his shot at redemption.
However, he failed, as he continues to complete passes for short gains instead of throwing deep passes.
He missed Sammy Watkins on a deep route and opted to throw a short pass.
His issues in the passing game led to the Packers going 0-6 on third-down and 0-1 on fourth.
It also saddled Rodgers with his third consecutive loss this season.