Mike White nearly flawless in leading Jets to laugher over Bears

The Jets handled the Bears in a White Out on Sunday at MetLife Stadium.

Quarterback Mike White, making his first start of the season,

played a nearly spotless game and threw for three touchdowns in a 31-10 victory over a hapless Chicago team.

Coach Robert Saleh’s move from Zach Wilson to White at quarterback paid immediate dividends.

White was decisive and efficient with the football and made some great decisions

to lead the Jets to their most complete offensive performance of the season.

White finished 22 of 28 for 315 yards and three touchdowns, completing passes to 10 different receivers.

The Jets gained a season-high 467 total yards, a week after only gaining 103 against the Patriots.

All Wilson could do was watch from the bench on a rainy day in East Rutherford as his backup played better than

he has all season and listen as the Jets fans chanted “Mike White” throughout the game

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