The New York Jets need Ryan Fitzpatrick to play like he did in Week 2 when he threw for 374 yards as opposed to how he played on Sunday when he threw six interceptions in a 24-3 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Kansas City Chiefs dominated the New York Jets on Sunday. It was unexpected, and fun. Like always, Chiefs Twitter was hyped after the win and had some things to say. Let’s take a look at what’s good. That’s usually a good sign. Next time you’ll know! Yeah, I mean six interceptions is alright, I guess. Dang it. There it goes. How bout em. Sshhhh. Don’t tell them about him. We like interceptions. Like Sidney Deane would have said, it was “prettayyyy.” Hope the Steelers have fun trying to tackle Travis Kelce. He was certainly Ryan Fitzpatrick’s favorite receiver. Thank you for this. Thank you. Uh, yeah. I don’t know what a fumble is anymore. Or a catch. Or pass interference. Or taunting. Next
Ryan Fitzpatrick threw six interceptions and the New York Jets added two more turnovers in an eight-turnover game. The Kansas City Chiefs clearly had a lot more fun than the Jets and that was shown in Jets coach Todd Bowles’ postgame press conference. So, coach, what happened? “I don’t know,” Bowles said. “Threw interceptions, we turned it over and the entire offense, the defense, special teams, it wasn’t just Ryan. I can name a bunch of people and I can start with the coaches too. It was a (expletive) game plan, (expletive) execution, and it was (expletive) all around.” Time for some mad libs! It was a (noun) game plan, (adjective) execution, and it was (plural noun) all around.” It was a donkey