Adam Gase calls out Jets for failing Luke Falk

New York Post
Adam Gase calls out Jets for failing Luke Falk
Adam Gase calls out Jets for failing Luke Falk

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — It wasn't a memorable first NFL start for Jets third-string quarterback Luke Falk. The Jets lost to the Patriots 30-14, but none of the those 14 points came from Falk and the offense. One touchdown came on a special teams fumble recovery in the end zone and the other on a pick-six. “It's my job to put us in the end zone and I didn't do that today,'' Falk said. Falk, starting in place of Sam Darnold, who's recovering from mononucleosis, completed 12-of-22 passes for 98 yards, an interception and a 47.2 passer rating. The Jets offense, which had 13 possessions, failed to convert a single third down on 12 tries, which led to 10 punts, the pick, the end of the first half and a

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