Aaron Rodgers suffered an Achilles tendon injury during his debut with the New York Jets.

The injury occurred just a few plays into the game

leading to criticism of the NFL's use of artificial turf.

David Bakhtiari, Rodgers' former Packers teammate

 voiced concerns about player safety related to artificial turf.

 Coach Saleh expressed worry about Rodgers' Achilles injury during a post-game press conference.

An MRI confirmed the torn Achilles, and further assessment of the injury is scheduled for Tuesday.

 If Rodgers cannot play, Zach Wilson will take over as the starting quarterback for the remainder of the season.

 David Bakhtiari and Randall Cobb called for enhanced player safety and supported Rodgers.

Before the game, Rodgers made a patriotic gesture by running onto the field

with an American flag in honor of 9/11 victims and first responders.

Despite losing Rodgers, the Jets staged a comeback and secured a thrilling victory over the Bills.

Coach Saleh praised the team's resilience and performance during the game.