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The Jets aren’t just losing this season, they’re losing by historic margins.

After falling to 0-6 with a 24-0 loss to the Dolphins on Sunday, the Jets have been outscored 185-75 so far this season. Their -110 point differential is by far the worst in the NFL, and it is equal to the combined point differentials of the second-worst and third-worst teams. (The Jaguars’ point differential is -56 and the Football Team’s point differential is -54.)

Project their current -110 point differential over a 16-game season, and the Jets would get outscored by 293 points this season. That would be the worst point differential in NFL history, topping the current record of -287 by the 1976 Buccaneers. That was the first season in Buccaneers franchise history, and that expansion team is often named as the worst team in NFL history.

The Jets are the favorites to land the first overall pick in the 2021 NFL draft, where they’d likely take Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence. If so, Lawrence will be going to a place where he has a big mess to clean up.

 

 

Joe Douglas and Adam Gase were trying to build off of their 6-2 finish last year, and now we're the worst team in NFL history and we're moving on from the franchise quarterback we have 2 mortgages on.

Great job "tanking" guys. 

 

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9 minutes ago, playtowinthegame said:

 

Joe Douglas and Adam Gase were trying to build off of their 6-2 finish last year, and now we're the worst team in NFL history and we're moving on from the franchise quarterback we have 2 mortgages on.

Great job "tanking" guys. 

 

Next year we'll be paying 2GMs, 2HCs, 2FQBs.

A+ team building, Johnsholes.

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Check this out.

Top Five in receiving and rushing yards

 

NFL Receiving Yards

1. Deandre Hopkins, Cardinals, 601 Yards, 12.8 Y/R, 2 TD

2. Robby Anderson, Panthers, 566 Yards, 14.2 Y/R, 1 TD

3. Stefon Diggs, Bills, 555 Yards, 13.2 Y/R, 3 TD

4. Calvin Ridley, Falcons, 546 Yards, 15.6 Y/R, 5 TD

5. Justin Jefferson, Vikings, 537 Yards, 19.2 Y/R, 3 TD

 

NFL Rushing Yards

1. Derrick Henry, Titans, 588 Yards, 4.8 Y/A, 6 TD

2. Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Chiefs, 505 Yards, 4.7 Y/A, 1 TD

3. Dalvin Cook, Vikings, 489 Yards, 5.3 Y/A, 7 TD

4. Kenyan Drake, Cardinals, 478 Yards, 4.6 Y/A, 4 TD

5. Ronald Jones II, Buccaneers, 472 Yards, 4.9 Y/A, 3 TD

 

 

Drake was with Gase in Miami, and he was a lot of times watching Gore get the bulk of the carries. Gase or Douglas didn't view Robby as a core piece. Gase wouldn't know talent if it was starring him right in his eyes. 

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11 minutes ago, playtowinthegame said:

Check this out.

Top Five in receiving and rushing yards

 

NFL Receiving Yards

1. Deandre Hopkins, Cardinals, 601 Yards, 12.8 Y/R, 2 TD

2. Robby Anderson, Panthers, 566 Yards, 14.2 Y/R, 1 TD

3. Stefon Diggs, Bills, 555 Yards, 13.2 Y/R, 3 TD

4. Calvin Ridley, Falcons, 546 Yards, 15.6 Y/R, 5 TD

5. Justin Jefferson, Vikings, 537 Yards, 19.2 Y/R, 3 TD

 

NFL Rushing Yards

1. Derrick Henry, Titans, 588 Yards, 4.8 Y/A, 6 TD

2. Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Chiefs, 505 Yards, 4.7 Y/A, 1 TD

3. Dalvin Cook, Vikings, 489 Yards, 5.3 Y/A, 7 TD

4. Kenyan Drake, Cardinals, 478 Yards, 4.6 Y/A, 4 TD

5. Ronald Jones II, Buccaneers, 472 Yards, 4.9 Y/A, 3 TD

 

 

Drake was with Gase in Miami, and he was a lot of times watching Gore get the bulk of the carries. Gase or Douglas didn't view Robby as a core piece. Gase wouldn't know talent if it was starring him right in his eyes. 

Robby's not a "real #1" who is going to demand "$18M a year!!"

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46 minutes ago, playtowinthegame said:

 

Joe Douglas and Adam Gase were trying to build off of their 6-2 finish last year, and now we're the worst team in NFL history and we're moving on from the franchise quarterback we have 2 mortgages on.

Great job "tanking" guys. 

 

We’re number one!

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It's nice to see repetitive positive threads.  When you're trying to lose having the worst point differential is extremely positive.  It's similar to if you were trying to win and had the best point differential.  

This may be the best coaching job the Jets have ever had.  They have a mission and are on mission.  Carry on...

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