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5-9, 4th in AFC East

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets defensive snap analysis (based on 68): LB — Demario Davis 68, Darron Lee 67, Jordan Jenkins 44, Josh Martin 40, David Bass 31, Obum Gwacham 2, Julian Stanford 1; DB — Jamal Adams 68, Marcus Maye 68, Buster Skrine 67, Mo Claiborne 67, Juston Burris 40, Rontez Miles 4, Terrence Brooks 3; DL — Steve McLendon 51, Leo Williams 39, Xavier Cooper 39, Mike Pennel 30, Kony Ealy 19. Analysis — Cooper and Pennel absorbed Mo Wilkerson's snaps. Burris was back in the No. 3 corner role.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets offensive snap analysis (based on 79): RB — Matt Forte 28, Bilal Powell 24, Eli McGuire 21, Lawrence Thomas 12; WR — Robby Anderson 59, Jermaine Kearse 48, Chad Hansen 35, ArDarius Stewart 14, JoJo Natson 8; TE — Austin Seferian-Jenkins 57, Eric Tomlinson 30, Neal Sterling 11. Analysis: Rookie WRs Hansen and Stewart continue to get decent PT. Raises questions about Jeremy Kerley, whose roster exemption expires today. Brent Qvale was used as an extra blocker on 24 plays.

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Petty 'confident' after first start of season (0:36)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Interesting post-game reaction from coach Todd Bowles, who spoke of a bright future for the team. It's out of character for him to discuss the big picture. It almost sounded like Bowles, whose job could be in jeopardy, was making an appeal to ownership. "Obviously, this is going to turn," he said. "I believe that we have a good core group." He added, "I️ don't worry about how many we lost in a row. I know how we lost and I know why we lost. We're fighting. As long as we've got fight and we correct the small things, we'll be fine."

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Buster Skrine: This team is a brotherhood

New York Jets cornerback Buster Skrine knows that his team needs to improve on their play in the fourth quarter, but believes in their roster and the brotherhood behind it.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

LB Darron Lee was Mr. Positivity after the Jets' seventh loss in nine games. "The future for this team? I mean, dominance," he said. "If you can't see that now, you better heed warning now. I feel like this whole season will be a warning shot, just of what's coming. Because once everybody [on the Jets] all figures it out, it's over.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets QB Bryce Petty struggled against the Saints' standard rush. He was 7-for-21 for 62 yards and two interceptions against four or fewer pass rushers, per ESPN Stats & Information — the third-worst completion percentage on such throws this season. He had four batted passes by Cameron Jordan, tied for the most by any player in the last 10 seasons.

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Todd Bowles: We'll keep fighting

New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles discussed Bryce Petty's performance at quarterback as well as his team's effort against the New Orleans Saints.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Todd Bowles' assessment of QB Bryce Petty was rather blunt. Referring to Petty's performance in the red zone, the Jets' coach said, "He just didn't make any plays. Plays that we needed to make to win the game, he didn't make. He'll get better at that."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets coach Todd Bowles declined to say whether benched DE Mo Wilkerson will rejoin the team next week. He called it an "internal matter." Wilkerson was benched for showing up late to a meeting last Friday, the second time in two weeks he was disciplined for tardiness.

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Jets not quitting on Bowles (0:57)
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Saints top Jets for 10th win of season (1:03)
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Ingram, Thomas lift Saints over Jets, 31-19

Mark Ingram ran for two touchdowns and gained 151 yards from scrimmage, including a late 50-yard TD run, and the New Orleans Saints overcame three turnovers to defeat the struggling New York Jets, 31-19 on Sunday.

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Petty tries to throw the ball...twice (0:20)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets coach Todd Bowles, who gave a lukewarm evaluation of Bryce Petty, said Petty will start next week.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Leonard Williams has a concussion, according to the Jets.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets fought hard, but ultimately lost for the seventh time in nine games. Not that there was much suspense, but they were officially eliminated from the playoffs. They're 5-9, but I don't think there's any doubt the team still is playing hard for Todd Bowles. That matters to ownership, which will decide his fate in two weeks.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets DE Leo Williams is being evaluated for a head injury.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

After a terrible start, the Jets have stopped the Saints on three straight possessions, not counting a kneel down at the end of the first half. The Jets adjusted nicely, figuring out a way to stop running backs Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram from killing them in the passing game. We've got a ballgame.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Surprisingly, the Jets trail by only one possession at halftime. The biggest key: QB Bryce Petty, making his first start of the year, hasn't had any negative plays: No turnovers, no sacks. If he keeps it up, the Jets might be able to hang around for a while.

Team Stats

Passing Yards205.523rd
Rushing Yards104.619th
Points For20.420th
Points Against24.4Tied-26th