Jets' Zach Wilson throws first NFL touchdown pass, runs for 2-point conversion

The Jets offense had less yards than Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffery when a recharged New York took the field to start the second half down 16-0.

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Wilson took the field with just minutes left in the third quarter. He scrambled away near the 30-yard line to launch the ball to wide receiver Corey Davis.

Going the extra mile, Wilson went for the two-point conversion and ran the ball in the end zone, cutting Carolina’s lead in half.

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It was an eight-play, 70-yard drive for the Jets, and the most productive the offense has been in three quarters.

The Panthers would answer with a 29-yard field goal, improving 19-8.

Star offensive tackle Mekhi Becton would go down hard on the same drive for the Jets and is doubtful to return with a knee injury.

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