Zach Wilson and his better half Abbey Gile shared a sweet and nostalgic second while in Denver, where the Jets experienced a 26-0 misfortune to the Broncos Sunday.
Gile took to her Instagram Story to impart a legacy photograph to Wilson, presenting on Denver’s home field — and clarified the meaning of being once again at Empower Field at Mile High.
“This pic was taken in 2017. I grew up a Denver fan and my family took Zach to his first NFL game. I was 16 and Zach was 18,”Gile composed over the photograph, which showed the Jets tenderfoot quarterback shaking a Broncos tee
“Today was both mine and Zach’s first time back to Mile High and he was playing on the field this time. So surreal. Life is a blessing,” Gile clarified, adding a green heart emoticon.
She imparted a different photograph to Wilson and stated,“Always proud of him.”
In another slide, Gile posted a mirror selfie promoting her custom white sweatsuit by The Denim Blonde, that had Wilson’s name and No. 2 on it.
In Sunday’s ruthless misfortune to the Broncos, Wilson was sacked multiple times and hit multiple times. He didn’t have a lot of help from the offense, and completed 19 of 35 for 160 yards with two interferences.
Subsequent to going 0-3 to begin the season, Wilson clarified that certainty is key pushing ahead.
“People can hate all they want. What is feeling sorry for ourselves going to do? We need to keep our confidence high and understand that we’re in this position for a reason and understand that we have the talent, we have the players, we have the coaches and the schemes to get this thing done,” he said.
Wilson and Gile have been sincerely connected since secondary school. She was available to help the BYU item at the 2021 NFL Draft, where he was chosen second by and large by the Jets.