How horrendous were the Jets in the second half against the Bills?

Barry Werner
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The New York Jets are on a course with history. They won’t break a record by going 0-16 but they would join the few and feeble teams that have gone through a season winless if they continue at this pace.

Gang Green actually led the Buffalo Bills, 10-0, Sunday before its offense went into hibernation. And we mean disappeared.

Check out this astonishing stat from Buffalo’s 18-10 victory.

Sam Darnold and his mates on offense managed a grand total of four yards in the final 30 minutes of their seventh loss.

Good thing Adam Gase handed off play-calling duties to offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains. He can point the finger at someone else rather than soaking in some more blame.

The negative-13 passing yards ties the fewest in a second-half by a Jets team since at least 1991 (Week 14, 2011 vs. KC).