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The Jets haven’t had it easy this season, but they will.
Well, on paper anyway. That’s because Gang Green (.400) has the second-weakest remaining strength of schedule this season, per Tankathon. Only the Titans (.346) have a softer slate the rest of the way.
With a 2-7 record, the Jets have eight games left to play. Some of those games, like contests with the Buccaneers and Saints and a rematch with the Bills, will be challenging. But New York’s remaining schedule features a lot of lesser teams, too. The Jets will play the Dolphins twice, as well as the Texans, Jaguars and Eagles.
Of course, when you’re a basement-dweller like New York, no game is a cupcake. While the Jets have beaten quality teams like the Titans and Bengals, they’ve also lost to good, bad and mediocre teams alike.
How the Jets play the rest of the season will go a long way in determining their standing in the 2022 NFL draft order, but Robert Saleh and company will be focused on adding a few wins to what’s been a lackluster campaign.