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  1. After being throttled yet again this Sunday, sports anchor Colin Cowherd is reporting that the Jets have started reaching out to possible replacements. After the 36-7 drubbing suffered at the hands of the Colts, there were calls for Gase to be removed. Now it seems the Jets are considering it according to Cowherd: “I have been told that the Jets owners have reached out to agents to ask about coaching possibilities. Thursday would be my guess for what could be Adam Gase’s last day as a New York Jets head coach.” If Gase is in fact let go, expect defensive coordinator Gregg Williams to be elevated to interim head coach with running backs coach Jim Bob Cooter taking over as the team’s offensive coordinator. The post Cowherd: Jets Reaching out to Coach Agents, Gase Could be Gone This Week appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  2. It’s time to end the Adam Gase experiment as soon as possible. For the third time in three weeks the Jets didn’t just lose a football game, but they looked completely lost on both sides of the ball in doing so. This one was a 36-7 blowout that wasn’t nearly that close as things fell apart in a hurry. How’d the grade out? Let’s take a look. Quarterback: F Sam Darnold had some moments but threw three interceptions, two of which were returned for touchdowns. Darnold also left points on the board by failing to locate open receivers at times as he continues to regress under the watchful eye of Adam Gase. Games like this will end any debate as to whether or not the Jets should be taking a quarterback at the top of round 1 in 2021. Running Backs: D None of the Jets backs managed to muster even 4 yards per carry and none found the end zone. Nothing special, but the fact that they weren’t a complete disaster might earn them the highest grade on the day. Wide Receivers: D Very little separation was evident from the TV angle and there were several plays where we saw protection hold up but pressure still came as nobody could shake loose. Braxton Berrios had himself a decent game as he scored a TD for the second consecutive week and Lawrence Cager had a pair of catches for 35 yards in his NFL debut. Berrios and Cager had the only catches of the day for the receivers as they combined for 99 yards on 6 catches. Tight End: F A whole lot of nothing again from the tight end group as Ryan Griffin dropped a gimme completion that would have converted a third down and Chris Herndon continues to be used on swings and screen passes, pulling in 3 catches for 21 yards. Offensive Line: F Mekhi Becton left the game early with a shoulder injury because of course he did. The backups on the line had Darnold running for his life far more often than you’d like to see and the running game didn’t do a whole lot of anything either. Defensive Line: C- This defense is getting shredded on a weekly basis but they contained a Colts running game that’s powered by one of the top offensive lines in the NFL. However, zero sacks and not enough pressure to earn anything more than a C-minus. Linebackers: F Running backs and tight ends were a factor in the passing game all day long as jets linebackers weren’t able to do a whole lot. Avery Williamson was an upgrade over Alec Ogletree and undrafted rookie Bryce Huff made his debut as a pass rusher and looked to get a hand on a Philip Rivers pass to break up a pass attempt. Secondary: F This group continues to struggle in getting off the field on third down and teams appear to move the ball at will. The Colts didn’t post any gaudy stats but didn’t get the ball much early on and didn’t operate with much of a sense of urgency when the game was out of hand. Philip Rivers rarely saw a pass hit the turn as he completed 17 of 21. Special Teams: D Sam Ficken hit his only extra point attempt so that makes him one of the team’s top performers on the day along with Berrios. Braden Mann averaged 42 yards per punt and Josh Malone averaged 18 yards per kick return. Coaching: D There were definitely some play calls that would have led to big plays had the execution been better, but there’s still no denying that Sam Darnold continues to regress under a coach who was brought in to help him grow. Rumors regarding Gase’s job security are swirling and if the team were to dump him before Thursday’s game, would anyone be upset? On defense, Gregg Williams hasn’t been much better as tackling continues to be an issue. It's over for Adam Gase. Just a matter of timing now. — Ross Tucker (@RossTuckerNFL) September 27, 2020 The post Week 3 Report Card: Jets get Throttled Again, Time for Gase to go appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  3. Game Recap The Jets got off to another slow start, a common theme in 2020. On the first drive of the game, Sam Darnold threw an interception to Xavier Rhodes while targeting Lawrence Cager, who returned it for the opening touchdown. He then bounced back nicely, leading a 14-play drive, capped off by a beautiful touchdown pass to Braxton Berrios while scrambling for his life. Ultimately, Darnold had an awful day, with 3 interceptions, with two being returned for touchdowns. It appeared as though Adam Gase received the messages about his possible firing, because the offensive play calling looked to be slightly improved compared to the first two games. It didn’t last long, however, as the positive plays were not resulting. Mekhi Becton left the game during the second quarter, and shortly after halftime was ruled out with a shoulder injury. The defense did not look good, unfortunately, allowing Philip Rivers to march down the field to the tune of 17 first half points. Nobody in a Jets jersey came close to Rivers throughout the game, so much so that it prompted Phil Simms to say the defense was practicing social distancing on the veteran quarterback. Struggling to get off the field has been a consistent negative for the Jets so far this season defensively, and this game was no exception. Christopher Johnson will have his hands full tonight as he will decide the future of the organization. Will Gase get one more game to attempt a win over the ailing Broncos, or is he shown the door before the damage is irreparable? Jets lose 33-7 in another embarrassing effort, or lack there of. Top Play of the Game Sam Darnold scramble and TD pass to Braxton Berrios Crazy escape, money throw. CBS pic.twitter.com/hLaourzuDY — New York Jets (@nyjets) September 27, 2020 Top Performers Offense: Alex Lewis, Mekhi Becton Defense: Jonathan Franklin-Myers Special Teams: Braden Mann The post Jets @ Colts Week 3 Recap: Darnold’s Two Pick-6s; Defense Socially Distanced appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  4. Coming off an embarrassing loss last week to the 49ers, the 0-2 New York Jets head to Indianapolis to take on the 1-1 Colts, looking to turn the tide of the season. Chris Mortenson of ESPN reported this morning that executives in the Jets front office are evaluating Adam Gase, and could look to move on if the team were to suffer more losses in the coming weeks. The team looks to avoid it’s first 0-3 start since the 1981 season. Offensively, the wide receiver position continues to get disseminated, and will now be without Jamison Crowder and Breshad Perriman. UDFA Lawrence Cager was elevated from the practice squad yesterday, so he will make his rookie debut. Here is the full list of players out for today’s contest. QB Joe Flacco QB James Morgan WR Jamison Crowder WR Breshad Perriman OT George Fant CB Quincy Wilson S Ashtyn Davis The post Jets @ Colts Week 3 Inactive List: Gase Watch Begins appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  5. Chris Mortensen of ESPN opened up some eyes on today’s episode of NFL countdown when he suggested head coach Adam Gase could be on his way out if things don’t go well in the coming days. Interesting what @mortreport said on @ESPNNFL Live about #Jets management and how we should pay attention to Adam Gase's status this week. — Alan Hahn (@alanhahn) September 27, 2020 With the Indianapolis Colts on tap today, the Jets will then take on the banged up Denver Broncos on Thursday night. Mortensen suggested Gase could be on his way out if the Jets drop both contests. High-level #Jets’ executives have heard all the Adam Gase criticism and are starting to take notice, per @mortreport. The #Jets have the #Colts today and the #Broncos Thursday Night. A situation to monitor if things continue to look ugly. — NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) September 27, 2020 Should the Jets decide to move on, one would expect the team to elevate defensive coordinator Gregg Williams to the head coaching position with running backs coach Jim Bob Cooter, who has had better results than Gase as a play caller, elevated to offensive coordinator. The post Chris Mortensen: Gase era Could be Winding Down appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  6. Who: New York Jets (0-2) vs Indianapolis Colts (1-1) When: Sunday @4:05 Where: Lucas Oil Stadium The Line: Jets +10 In what will likely be another blowout loss, the Jets travel to Indianapolis to take on the 1-1 Indianapolis Colts but there will still be some matchups worth watching. We’ll take a look at a few of those here. DT Quinnen Williams vs LG Quenton Nelson: This should be the marquee matchup of the day. Williams has been a force in each of the Jets first two games but came away empty handed in week 1 as Bills quarterback Josh Allen was able to use his legs to avoid pressure. Jimmy Garoppolo wasn’t as lucky last season as Williams came away with a pair of sacks to go along with his 7 tackles (2 for loss) and a forced fumble. Nelson is one of the leagues premiere interior lineman and figures to pose quite a challenge for Williams. C Josh Andrews and RG Greg Van Roten vs Deforest Buckner: Buckner was a one-man wrecking crew last week against the Minnesota Vikings and this week he gets Josh Andrews in his first NFL start alongside Van Roten who has struggled quite a bit early on. Sam Darnold could be spending a fair bit of his day avoiding heavy pressure up the middle. What else is new? TE Chris Herndon vs S George Odum: It’s difficult to fathom the Jets continuing to avoid Herndon with so few options at wide receiver but don’t rule it out as head coach Adam Gase prefers using his best receiver as an extra blocker. If he can find the time to get Herndon involved on something more than a couple of tight end screens or swing passes, the big guy should be able to beat Odum if given the opportunity to do so. Despite the potential for a big day, don’t rule out the possibility of Herndon seeing just a couple of targets. S Marcus Maye vs TE Moe Allie-Cox: The 6’ 5’’ Allie-Cox is the leading receiver for the Colts so far this season and he’ll likely draw Marcus Maye in coverage. After surrendering a touchdown in the closing seconds of the first half last week, Maye will be looking to bounce back against Allie-Cox. Jets ILB’s vs RB Nyheim Hines: No way of knowing if it’ll be another heavy dose of Alec Ogletree or if the Jets will give Avery Williamson more reps on Sunday, but whoever it is had better be ready. Hines is a versatile player who can catch the ball out of the backfield or lined up in the slot. He’s shifty enough to make you miss and could be a good check-down option for Philip Rivers on third down. It’s going to be another long day at the office for the Jets as we’re looking for the Colts to steamroll Adam Gase and company by a final score of 34-6. The post Week 3 Preview: Jets Look to Avoid Stampede in Indy appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  7. This week GreenBean has no idea where he is, sounds similar to the Jets last Sunday. He just drove 3.5 hours and pulled over to record his thoughts on the current state of the team. 3.5 hours is the amount of time the Jets wasted last Sunday as well. GreenBean says he wants to talk about the positives. The positives? Maybe he needs to filter some of that water from the Snake River before he drinks it next time. Listen in as some players that stood out are discussed. Quinnen Williams – he had 2 sacks and several disruptive plays. GreenBean predicted 8.5 sacks for Quinnen this year was the prediction and week 2 made it look possible. Mekhi Becton – he is off to a great start on the offensive line. One new player that is struggling is Greg Van Roten. Cameron Clark is a future positive for this team. La’Mical Perine made it back, he is healthy and you should see more of his young legs soon. Looking ahead to the Colts, the Jes are set to face them without these players: Fant, McGovern, Perriman, Crowder, Bell, Mims. Can Adam Gase put together a game plan that pulls off the upset? Let us know what you think by commenting on our Jets board. The post GreenBean Looks at Who Stood Out (Positives) appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  8. The NY Jets injury report isn’t getting any better. Denzel Mims, Le’Veon Bell and Blake Cashman remain on the I.R. until at least week 4. Jamison Crowder is doubtful for the week 3 game against the Colts and starting right tackle George Fant was added to the injury report today. It looks like he is out for Sunday and will be replaced by Chuma Edoga. Adam Gase said Fant was injured in practice on Wednesday. We were in a team period. I think it’s a play that he was backside and the linebacker came downhill and I don’t know they collided and they took him in evaluated him and said he was in the concussion protocol. Here is the full injury update from Gase. Jamison Crowder, he won’t participate with the hamstring Frank Gore, today will be his day off so he will be out there, but he won’t practice Connor McGovern, hamstring, wont practice Steve McLendon, he has to kind of get through the COVID testing, he was gone and missed a day, so we’ve got to go through that procedure Breshad Perriman won’t practice with the ankle Quincy Wilson, he will not participate today, he’s still in the concussion protocol Ashtyn Davis won’t participate, he has a groin; George Fant won’t participate, he’s in the concussion protocol now. Limited will be (Kalen) Ballage; (Mekhi) Becton; (Chris) Hogan; (La’Mical) Perine and Nate Hairston. So those guys will be out there, they’ll just be limited. Rich Cimini asked if Joe Flacco could be the backup QB now that he is back to full participation in practice. We’ll see how he finishes the week out. It’s kind of more of a discussion between himself and me and Joe and just kind of see where he’s at, if he feels like is this the game, is it the next one. So, we’ll just communicate with him and talk through things with him and then make a decision. Connor McGovern’s status for Sunday? Once I see him move around a little bit. I think it’s just such a different position for him to be in. He’s a veteran player, he can get a lot of work done just with his eyes and able to apply it without actually going through a lot of practice reps. So, really to me it’s about his movement skills, where’s he at on that. He might have to be an emergency guy; we’ve just got to kind of see how this all plays out. The post Injury News Jets Worse; Concussion for Fant appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  9. On this week’s episode of JetNation Radio, Glenn Naughton will by joined by Dylan Tereman to discuss Gang Green’s embarrassing loss at the hands of the San Francisco 49ers backups in yet another non-competitive game. Linebacker Avery Williamson says the team doesn’t practice to win and calls for Adam Gase’s job are getting louder. We’ll discuss some of the few positives from Sunday’s disaster, starting with rookie left tackle Mekhi Becton, quarterback Sam Darnold and defensive lineman Quinnen Williams turning in his best pro effort to date. All of that and more so don’t miss out. Our Podcast can now be found on Spotify and Amazon Music. Also, be sure to subscribe to us on iTunes or Google Play. Here is some more information on how you can find us online. NY Jets Podcast on iTunes NY Jets Podcast on Google Play JetNation Radio on Amazon Music NY Jets Podcast Page NY Jets Podcast on YouTube The post Jets Crushed by 49ers JV Squad, Time for Gase to go? appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  10. The NY Jets announced 3 practice squad moves today. The Jets have signed LB Bryce Hager, LB Noah Dawkins and OL Blake Hance to their practice squad. Hager (6-1, 237) spent last season on the Rams’ injured reserve with a shoulder injury. He was a seventh-round pick of the Rams in 2015 where current Jets defensive coordinator served the same role with St. Louis/Los Angeles. Hager, 28, spent five years there before signing with the Raiders in August. He’s played in 69 games (5 starts) and has 48 tackles, 3 pass defenses and 1 FF. Dawkins (6-1, 215) originally signed with the Bengals as an undrafted free agent out of The Citadel in 2019. He was waived later that training camp and signed with Cincinnati’s practice squad before the Buccaneers signed him to their active roster. He played in 10 games with Tampa Bay and was waived Sep. 5. Hance (6-5, 310) originally signed with the Buffalo as an undrafted free agent out of Northwestern in 2019. He’s also had stints with Washington and Jacksonville, where he went to high school. The post Jets Sign 3 to Practice Squad appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  11. JetNation Power Ranking – Week 2 1. Kansas City Chiefs (2-0) – The Chiefs struggle historically on the road against the Chargers but found a way to get out of town Sunday with a win. Next week they will need a better day to win in Baltimore. Last Week: 1 2. Baltimore Ravens (2-0) – The first two weeks were speed bumps for the Ravens. They get a true test on Monday night against the Chiefs. Last Week: 2 3. Tennessee Titans (2-0) – The Titans are 2-0 despite having scored just five more points than their opponents. The team needs to play better on both sides of the ball. Last Week: 3 4. Pittsburgh Steelers (2-0) – Ben is warming up. The Steelers were productive on the ground and in the air Sunday. Last Week: 4 5. Green Bay Packers (2-0) – Aaron Rodgers and company have hung forty on both opponents so far. They have more than enough defense to make forty points work. Last Week: 6 6. Buffalo Bills (2-0) – The Bills win on the road against a game Miami team was more impressive than it might look on the surface. This week they host the Rams and we will learn a lot more about this group. Last Week: 7 7. Seattle Seahawks (2-0) – This is not the Seahawks defense of the past. I am not sure how far they can go with Russell Wilson and the offense winning games for them. Last Week: 8 8. New Orleans Saints (1-1) – Drew Brees did not look sharp on Monday. I am willing to attribute most of that to his best WR being sidelined. The Saints have some things to work out on offense. Where was Emmanuel Sanders? Last Week: 5 9. Los Angeles Rams (1-0) – The Rams have looked solid in all phases thus far. A difficult road trip this week to play the Bills will be telling about the 2020 version of the Los Angeles Rams. Last Week: 10 10. Arizona Cardinals (2-0) Kyler Murray is a nightmare for defenses. The division is brutal, but Murray’s play should keep them in the conversation all season. The post JetNation Week 2 Power Rankings (Top 10) appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  12. No Richard Sherman, George Kittle, Deebo Samuel, Nick Bosa, Raheem Mostert, Dee Ford and Jimmy Garoppolo and it wasn’t even close. Heck, if the rest of the SF roster took the entire game off the Jets still couldn’t have won. In fact in the 4th quarter the Jets quit, the effort wasn’t there and there were “loafs” all over the field. As usual the final score (31-13) doesn’t indicate how much of a beat down it was. Let’s take a quick look at this mess: – The refs should’ve called the game after the first play and saved us all. A simple pitch play to the right becomes an 80 yard untouched TD for Mostert? – Who needs George Kittle when Jordan Reed destroyed Marcus Maye all day. – A 3rd & 31 from inside the 20 yard line and you give up a 40+ yard run when SF was preparing to punt. Unbelievable, Alec Ogletree got completely washed on the play as he did on most of his reps. As bad as Ogletree was why no Avery Williamson? – Total trash 3rd down defense all day, no matter what the distance they kept on giving up first downs (7/13). – Pierre Desir got a gift INT, big deal. – Unfortunately for Quinnen Williams his first impactful “Alabama game” came in this disaster (7 Tackles, 2 Sacks, 2 TFL, 1 QB Hit). – The offense must now be leading the league in “last minute worthless” TD’s as Braxton Berrios scored another one for the second straight game. – I have never seen so many 1 yard patterns on 3rd and short that picks up no yards. – Bad TD drop by Chris Herndon – Sam Darnold was meh – Good job by Braden Mann punting (44.4 avg) and excellent hands on Sam Ficken’s FG as he handled a bad snap. The post Week 2 KRL Game Notes appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  13. Adding to their list of injuries, the Jets could be without wide receiver Breshad Perriman for the immediate future. Jets’ WR Breshad Perriman sprained his ankle and will be considered week to week, per source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 21, 2020 Adam Schefter of ESPN is reporting that Perriman sprained his ankle against the San Francsico 49ers and will be week to week. This is nothing new for the Jets as they’ve already dealing with injuries to wide receivers Jamison Crowder, Denzel Mims, Vyncint Smith and Jeff Smith. Through two games, Perriman has 5 receptions for 29 yards and no touchdowns. The post Perriman week to week with Ankle Injury appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  14. Game Recap In a Week 2 that saw so many injuries across the league, the Jets and Niners suffered a handful of injuries themselves. San Francisco defensive linemen Nick Bosa and Solomon Thomas both left in the first half with knee injuries, and neither would return. Wide receiver Breshad Perriman was injured while blocking on a screen pass play, and he did not return to the game. Quincy Wilson, Arthur Maulet and Connor McGovern also left with injuries during the game and did not return. Last week, the New York offense got off to the slow start, but this week it was the defense’s turn. On the first play from scrimmage, Raheem Mostert took it 80 yards untouched to begin the long day ahead for Gregg Williams’ defense. If not for a holding penalty, Mostert would have scored on an identical play call later in the second quarter. Jordan Reed looked like the Jordan Reed of old, scoring 2 touchdowns in the first half, both while being covered by Marcus Maye. At halftime, Adam Gase said “we physically got beat” and that tackling needed to improve. Nick Mullens started the second half for the 49ers, after starter Jimmy Garoppolo sustained a right ankle injury following a Quinnen Williams sack. Despite the change at quarterback, Quinnen Williams was still able to be disruptive, having his first career multi-sack performance. Adam Gase called the most creative play we’ve probably seen since becoming head coach of the Jets, a 10-yard end around to Josh Malone. For the second consecutive week, the Jets look undisciplined, and the scoreboard revealed that. Gase chose to take a field goal down 21 late in the third, and then decided to dial up a screen pass on third and 10+, which goes to show where the competitive spirit of this team is. The Jets were outgained 359-277 in total yards, surrendering 182 rushing yards. They will now head on the road to Indianapolis to face the 1-1 Colts next Sunday. Top Play(s) of the Game Quinnen sack on Jimmy Garoppolo https://twitter.com/nyjets/status/1307730667275538435?s=20 Pierre Desir INT on Nick Mullens, pressure by Basham https://twitter.com/nyjets/status/1307756117137776648?s=20 Darnold off-platform TD pass to Berrios https://twitter.com/nyjets/status/1307770996917784581?s=20 Top Performers Offense: Sam Darnold – 21/32 (65.6%) 179 yards, 1 TD, 90.5 Rtg Defense: Quinnen Williams – 7 tackles (4 solo), 2 sacks, 2 TFLs, 1 QB hit Special Teams: Braden Mann – 5 punts, 222 yards (44.4 avg), 1 TB, 1 Inside 20, Long 52 The post 49ers @ Jets Week 2 Recap: Jets Lose to Backups, Suffer More Injuries appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  15. Brilliant offensive innovator Adam Gase, who is taking football where it’s going, was unable to find a way to get his team in the end zone until his team’s final drive this Sunday. This despite the fact that the San Francisco 49ers were doing battle without Nick Bosa, Richard Sherman, Solomon Thomas, Dee Ford, Austin Verrett and Ahkello Witherspoon. With backups on the field in just about every key spot on defense, Gase was in over his head. How did everyone grade out? Let’s take a look. Quarterback: C- The only reason Darnold doesn’t get an F is because too often we saw a staple of Adam Gase’s offense; multiple throws short of the sticks on third down. If this wasn’t something Gase was notorious for in Miami we might question Darnold here, but we know what Gase is and short of the sticks is something he loves to call. Darnold could’ve been better but certainly could have been worse. Even without throws short of the sticks, the offense was extremely conservative, taking no shots down the field until garbage time. Running Backs: D+ With Le’Veon Bell on the shelf, Gase took full advantage of his favorite back in the NFL in Frank Gore. Gase rode the 37-year-old all day to the tune of 63 yards on 21 carries for a 3 yard per carry average. Gase also gave the ball to Josh Adams on a fourth-down carry right up the gut with San Francisco filling the box with nine defenders. Needless to say, Adams lost yards on the play. With the Jets down 31-6, Gase decided to rest Gore for next week and went to La’Mical Perine who carried the ball 3 times for 17 yards. Wide Receivers: C- What wide receivers? The Jets started the day with just four wide receivers and finished the day with two as Jamison Crowder and Chris Hogan left with injuries. Most of the work they were asked to do was within 10-15 yards of the line of scrimmage which was evident as Chris Hogan led the group with just 48 yards receiving before a 28-yard grab in garbage time. Braxton Berrios hauled in a 30-yard TD with 1:23 remaining in the blowout for a bit of window dressing. Tight Ends: F Just disgusting. Very few shots to make plays as both Chris Herndon and Ryan Griffin may as well of bee on a milk carton. Herndon had a big drop and Griffin drew a flag on one of his few opportunities on the day. In all, the pair picked up 5 yards on 1 reception. Offensive Line: C- Because Gore has lost a few steps at 37, he was unable to take advantage of some of the holes the O-line opened up in the ground game. In pass protection, things went better than they did last week and Mekhi Becton had some impressive blocks at the LT spot. Defensive Line: C+ Quinnen Williams has arrived. Playing against a solid O-line group, Williams was all over the place, picking up a career-high 2 sacks to go along with his 7 tackles (2 for loss) and a forced fumble. Kyle Phillips and Steve McLendon also flashed at times, but Henry Anderson was invisible and was called for a foolish roughing the passer call late in the game. Linebackers: F This group was largely responsible for runs of 80 and 55 yards, one to start the game and the other on a 3rd down and 31 play. While the D-line didn’t hold up on either play, it appeared to be new Jet Alec Ogletree who was at the middle linebacker spot who was out of position and then too slow to make up lost ground that allowed the backs to break big runs. Secondary: F The secondary couldn’t cover anyone on 3rd down as San Francisco made play after play whenever they had to. Quincy Wilson appeared to be a liability early on before leaving with an injury and Marcus Maye was beaten for a touchdown after a fantastic performance in week 1. Special Teams: B Sam Ficken was good on both of his field goal attempts and Braden Mann had a beautiful punt that was wasted by the Jets inability to get down the field and down it inside the 5. The booming punt rolled slowly down the final 10-15 yards and into the end zone. Coaching: F- Adam Gase coached scared, didn’t use any of his young backs until the game was out of hand and as previously mentioned, called one play after another than was well short of the first down marker. Brilliant. The post Jets Crushed by San Fran Backups; Week 2 Report Card appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...

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