Jets’ Garrett Wilson cracks hilarious response to Willie Gay’s run-game diss

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Garrett Wilson chose sarcasm to respond to Willie Gay’s diss about the Jets’ passing game.

But Wilson concluded by stating unequivocally what he thought of Gay's assertion that the Jets wanted to rely on their running game.

Wilson remarked with a straight face, "That's exactly what we want to do," following practice on Friday.

"We want to carry the rock and sprint with the ball. You'll likely see a lot of that.

Wilson continued, "We're throwing that motherf-ker."

Gay, a linebacker on the Chiefs, whom the Jets host Sunday night, had a blunt response when asked on Tuesday about what he sees in the Jets offense and struggling quarterback Zach Wilson.

Gay tried to suppress a smirk, "Damn, that still was a hard question, I can't lie." "A group of players who desire to run the ball.

Of course, guy, that wasn't meant to be humorous or anything, but after [Aaron Rodgers] got hurt, the squad went into almost panic mode.