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Geno has to make the most of the time he has left.
Jets run for 277 yards. Still not enough to win in spite of Geno.
The Jets are keeping the ball out of Geno Smith's hands and - surprise! - it's working.
Michael Vick or Geno Smith: it really doesn't matter.
An admirable performance by the Jets wasn't quite enough to upset the Pats.
More competitive than expected, which was not competitive at all.
Sadly this was the best hit of the Jets season.
Probably not a happy night for the Jets as they get to see Darrelle Revis in a Pats jersey for the first time.
Jay Cutler and Rex Ryan make for an excellent showdown of KSKharacters. As for a football game? We'll see.
Their reward for their more-or-less encouraging play? Michael Vick and Josh McCown taking their jobs.
Well fokls alot more than usual happened in the NFL over the weekend (Mondays technically a weekend because you play NFL on it).
Knowshon Moreno's 224 rushing yards probably had a lot of fantasy football owners singing his praises. The rest of us? Not as much.
The Jets are one of the few teams remaining that still believes in the Wildcat formation. Even still, there are few plays designed to throw to the starting quarterback, but that's what happened early in the first quarter for the Jets in Baltimore. Granted, Josh Cribbs is a former high school and college quarterback. Nevertheless, you aren't likely to see Geno Smith catch too many more passes in his career.
For four minutes and 48 seconds, Smith answered questions about why he played poorly. Then he strode the 90 feet back to his locker, took off the suit and threw on a gray zip-up hooded sweatshirt, gray sweatpants and gray Air Jordan sneakers.
When you think of beneficiaries of sh*tty NFL rules, Tom Brady (thanks to the Tuck Rule) is the first to pop up.
[via] Geno Smith had an impressive running touchdown to put the Jets ahead of the Patriots in the second half, then he did this.
Can't decide what's more shocking: that there was a thoroughly entertaining and compelling game on Monday Night Football or that the Jets went an entire game without turning the ball over.