Garrett Wilson scored his first two NFL touchdowns and won the game for the New York Jets on Sunday.
Back in the state where he grew up and played his college football, Wilson led the Jets to a 31-30 comeback win over the Cleveland Browns by scoring two touchdowns on Sunday afternoon, including the game-winner with just 22 seconds remaining.
Following the first touchdown of his career, Wilson gave an O-H to the Cleveland crowd.
His 15-yard touchdown in the game’s final minute gave the Jets a one-point lead that they would not relinquish.
The former Ohio State receiver had eight total catches for 102 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday’s game.
Wilson scored 24 touchdowns as a Buckeye, racking up 2,356 yards from scrimmage in the process. The Jets selected him 10th overall in this year's NFL Draft.
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