Both Adam Gase and Sam Darnold were pretty blunt.
"You don't want to go out there and get your a-- kicked," the head coach said. "It's frustrating...for our guys, for our coaches. We're the only ones that can fix it. We have to figure out a way to clean up all the things that aren't going right for us."
"I just gotta play consistent. I'm not playing consistently enough to play well in this league," said Darnold, who had two pick-sixes, including one in the red zone.
Despite the blowout, Gase thought he saw improvements in the week leading up to the game.
"When we were in practice, I feel like I see guys getting better, we're doing the right things, I thought this week was way cleaner in the execution of what we were doing play-wise. We just can't make the mistakes that we're making. They're brutal mistakes that cost you games," said Gase.
Gase mentioned that the red-zone interception to Xavier Rhodes seemed to be the turning point of the ball game.
"The red area interception is the one that felt like that's where things started going really bad for us. We're first and goal inside the ten, we gotta score a touchdown there, and we definitely can't turn it over," Gase said.
The Jets will face the Broncos on Thursday night at MetLife Stadium, who are coming off a 28-10 loss to the Tampa Bay Bucaneers.