Zach Wilson: How to watch ex-BYU quarterback’s NFL debut




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New York Jets (0-0) vs. Carolina Panthers (0-0)

  • To start up: Sunday, 11 a.m. MDT
  • Place: Bank of America Stadium (capacity 75,412)
  • TV: CBS
  • Direct: CBS Online
  • Radio: Listen to the radio show (in English or Spanish) by downloading the official Jets team app

CBS coverage map for the Jets-Panthers

CBS early-game coverage map for NFL Week 1.
Screenshot of 506sports.com

For those who live in Utah, you’re in luck. The Jets-Panthers game – former BYU quarterback Zach Wilson’s first in the NFL – will air in Utah, according to the 506sports.com TV coverage map. The game will also air in markets in New York and Charlotte and surrounding areas, as well as parts of Idaho, Nevada and Wyoming, according to 506 Sports.

CHALLENGES

For New York … The Jets are ushering in a new era with Wilson under center, having been caught with the No.2 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. New York has reshuffled its roster this offseason, adding several offensive skills players around Wilson.

For Caroline … The Panthers also have a new quarterback, and that’s Wilson’s New York predecessor – Sam Darnold. Darnold was traded to Carolina after three seasons with the Jets.

TENDENCIES

For New York … Wilson is one of five quarterbacks taken in the first round, and three of them will start Week 1, including Trevor Lawrence of Jacksonville and Mac Jones of New England.

For Caroline … The Panthers are favorites to beat the visiting Jets. Carolina has its own ex-Cougar – tackle Brady Christensen, who protected Wilson’s blind side in college, was a third-round pick for the Panthers this year.

QUOTE

“They don’t play against each other, do they? They’re on the same side of the ball for different teams, so they’re not really competing against each other. It’s about Zach, it’s about him, it’s about his process and it’s about him getting ready to play the best he can and obviously his surrounding teammates to do. their best and keep it in the moment, keep it about us and perform as best we can.

– The New York Jets coach on Wilson against Darnold, by the New York Post

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