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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Typically, there isn’t too much of value that can be taken away from a preseason game.

Jets fans will certainly take a performance like this one, however.

Gang Green largely dominated the Carolina Panthers on Saturday afternoon at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, pitching a 27-0 shutout in front of a crowd that was far, far less than the announced 71,021 distributed tickets.

Aaron Rodgers again sat on the sidelines – as he will likely do until Week 1 against the Buffalo Bills – in favor of Zach Wilson, who completed 14 of his 20 passes for 123 yards and one touchdown in the first half, marking a triumphant return to the site of NFL Debut just two years ago.

“It’s been a crazy two years,” he said.  “My first start was in this stadium, and then the ups and downs of the last two years…you’ve got to be grateful for (that), and grateful for what’s to come, too.”

Circumstances are, of course, different now for Wilson, who will backup Rodgers for the year, but he’s seemed to show an improved level of both decision-making and confidence after his first two disastrous seasons at the helm after being taken with the No. 2 overall pick back in 2021.

“Trying to learn from my mistakes, improving as a player, trusting what my coaches are telling me,” Wilson said.  “Just trusting in the training (the coaching staff) is giving us, trying to go out there, have fun, and be efficient.”

There was more to like this time around than just Wilson, however, as the defense – which was still without numerous starters like Sauce Gardner, C.J. Mosley, Carl Lawson and others – showed its depth in holding down this year’s first overall pick Bryce Young, who was making his NFL preseason debut after Carolina’s mega-deal with the Chicago Bears to move up in the Draft.

Between Young and sophomore signalcaller Matt Corral, the Panthers mustered just ten first downs for the entire game and only 165 total yards, which left both head coach Robert Saleh and Jermaine Johnson, who recorded one of three Jets sacks on the day, optimistic for when the games start to actually matter in several weeks.

“We always say that we go as they go,” said Saleh of his defensive line.  “I thought our D-line got after them early, and really through all four quarters.  Made it hard for them to operate play-to-play.  Just pumped that we represented who we are, their style of play.  That was the challenge this week from last week, was to represent us.”

“We look forward to doing that every game,” Johnson added.  “Setting the tone…as you’ve seen today, we can do that.  We had some guys sitting out, so to see what we’ve seen today?  Get ready.”