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2017 Schedule
4-6, 3rd in AFC East
Happy anniversary to the Butt Fumble (0:47)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Takeaway on Sam Darnold vs Josh Rosen: As a pure passer, Rosen is ahead of Darnold. Rosen made some crazy throws that had scouts buzzing. Darnold can do things that Rosen can't — ie making plays with his feet. Both made critical errors in scoring territory but their NFL traits were obvious. It'll be fascinating if both players declare for the draft.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Thoughts on the first half: UCLA's Josh Rosen outplayed USC's Sam Darnold. At halftime, NFL scouts were buzzing about Rosen's arm talent. He made several NFL-type throws. Darnold impressed with his ability to move in the pocket and extend plays, but he threw an interception (overthrow) and showed a lack of game awareness on a half-ending scramble.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

A bird's eye takeaway on Jets GM Mike Maccagnan: He's thorough and takes a lot of notes. I️ watched him on the field during the pre-game warmups at USC-UCLA. He watched both teams closely from the sideline, scribbling a lot into a notebook — more than the other NFL talent evaluators on the scene.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets might have more reps at USC-UCLA than any other team: GM Mike Maccagnan, VP of personnel Brian Heimerdinger and a scout. The focus, of course, is the two quarterbacks — Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Los Angeles Coliseum, two-plus hours before Sam Darnold vs. Josh Rosen. Twenty NFL teams, including the Jets and Giants, are credentialed for the battle of the top quarterbacks.

The Butt Fumble, five years later (4:23)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets CB Buster Skrine was fined $48,620 by the league for unnecessary roughness in last week's loss to the Bucs.

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4dMike Sando

Top 25 under 25: Leonard Williams

Williams is so good and so versatile that he can play multiple positions on the defensive line effectively.

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4dRich Cimini

Who calls the plays for the Jets?

Offensive coordinator John Morton is doing a nice job under less-than-ideal circumstances. Josh McCown has benefitted greatly from Morton's short-passing scheme.

ESPN Stats & Info

Jets' playoff hopes were always a pipe dream

New York's chances of reaching the postseason in ESPN's FPI have lingered in the single digits all season long. But with Sunday's loss to Tampa Bay, the Jets' odds of securing a top-10 pick leaped north of 80 percent.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

After today, the Jets will take a five-day break before returning for practice on Monday. That's the advantage of the bye week. The downside: They're sitting on a tough loss and "we kind of have to sit through this bye week with a sour taste in our mouth," WR Jermaine Kearse said.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

My film review of the Jets' offensive-line mess against the Bucs: LG James Carpenter (4 QB knockdowns), RG Brian Winters (1.5 sacks), TE Eric Tomlinson (2 sacks), RT Brandon Shell (1 sack), LT Kelvin Beachum (1 QB knockdown), C Wesley Johnson (1 QB knockdown, 0.5 sacks). Miscellaneous: 1 sack, 2 QB knockdowns. The Bucs used a Wide-9 look on certain downs, and the Jets had trouble with that.

Team Stats

Passing Yards205.324th
Rushing Yards101.620th
Points For20.123rd
Points Against22.216th