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New York Jets wide receiver Garrett Wilson, despite carrying a questionable tag for Week 11 against the Buffalo Bills, has confirmed his intention to play in the upcoming game. Wilson, who sustained an elbow injury in the Jets’ Week 10 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders, expressed optimism about his condition on Friday, stating that he’s feeling good and ready to play over the weekend.

Head coach Robert Saleh had earlier provided positive updates on Wilson’s status, mentioning that there were a few hurdles to clear. Now, it seems Wilson has successfully overcome those challenges.

As the Jets’ leading pass-catcher, Garrett Wilson has accumulated 55 receptions for 642 yards and two touchdowns, showcasing his importance to the team’s offensive efforts. Despite quarterback Zach Wilson’s performance, which is described as average, the Jets currently hold a 4-5 record without Aaron Rodgers, who is expected to return in December from an Achilles injury.

Wilson’s impressive rookie campaign saw him amass 83 receptions for 1,103 yards and four touchdowns, earning him the title of Offensive Rookie of the Year. While he has a way to go to match those numbers, maintaining good health makes it plausible for Wilson to achieve another season with over 80 receptions.

The Jets, aiming for another victory over the Bills after a shocking win in Week 1 when Rodgers suffered his injury, will face the Bills at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, NY, with the kickoff scheduled for 4:25 PM EST on Sunday.

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