The New York Jets were beaten in every facet of the game on Sunday afternoon by their rivals.
The New York Jets matchup with the New England Patriots went exactly the way most of us thought it would. It ended with just a two score differential, 30-14, but that doesn’t accurately describe how it went on the field. It was much worse than that score indicated. Gang Green got manhandled in every sense of the word. Let’s look at the observations:
- The offensive line is, in a word, offensive. The fact that Le’Veon Bell found his way for 35 yards on the ground is some sort of miracle. You could nickname each one of those guys “turnstiles” as they let guys buy them all the time. There are no holes for Bell and there is no time for Luke Falk. Otherwise the line is doing a fine job.
- Adam Gase forgot how to call a game. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. For the third straight game the passes were, for the most part, at or behind the line of scrimmage. Even the broadcasters mentioned it earlier in the game. They have to throw the ball beyond the line of scrimmage. I can’t believe this has to be said, but you make it far easier for the defense to stop you if you throw beyond the line.
- The defensive backs are unwatchable: Jamal Adams posted a pick six during garbage time, but what still is obvious is that the rest of the backs can’t cover anybody. It’s going to be rough.
- Le’Veon Bell is special: Here is the one weekly positive for the day. Bell is simply incredible. It doesn’t matter what the stats say. The fact that he puts up ANY stats proves how good he is. Imagine if a team that was goo
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