Another week, another load of secondary film to watch and cringe. I had faith in this unit before the season, but injuries and a drastic drop-off in safety play has made this, well, not a good time. Last Sunday’s bomb dropped by the Chargers was definitely the most painful one of the season so far, and that’s saying a lot after sitting through the second half versus Green Bay.
The New York Jets running backs, like the rest of the team, turned in a pretty dismal performance on Sunday against the Chargers. There was plenty of blame to go around, as the offensive line repeatedly got beat off their blocks, the running backs weren’t utilized correctly, and they didn’t make the most of their opportunities when they were used correctly. Let’s get to the numbers, and then we’ll focus on the analysis.
It is stretch to call anything that the New York Jets did this past Sunday, a “passing game.” Let’s dig through the muck and see if we can pull any key findings out and then make a few suggestions on how the team can improve going forward. WARNING: What are you about to see may be graphic and difficult for a normal functioning NFL fan to tolerate…
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Joe Caporoso on the New York Jets 31-0 dumpster fire loss to the San Diego Chargers