Garrett Wilson felt really good on Sunday.
The Jets rookie wide receiver had played a strong game, scoring his first touchdown and making several other key plays against the Browns on Sunday.
New York quarterback Joe Flacco connected with wide receiver Garrett Wilson on a 15-yard touchdown pass with 22 seconds left to tie the game, and he knew just what to do after that play.
He went over to the side and screamed at the fan base. However, one of those fans was a kid and he looked completely scared by his behavior.
“We believed in us,” Wilson said when asked to explain how the Jets rallied. “That’s all it was: belief. We kept our feet on their neck, and just tried to keep going. We were the only ones who thought we were going to able to win this game, especially when it went to 30-17. So it was special.”
Cleveland held a 13-point lead with 1:55 to go, but they found a way to lose the game anyway. It started with Flacco launching a 66-yard touchdown pass to Corey Davis with 1:22 left.
The Jets then recovered the onside kick with just over a minute to go. Then Flacco led the Jets on a nine-play, 53-yard drive, capped by Wilson’s touchdown reception.