Jets hope to learn, improve from brutal loss to Patriots

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Jets hope to learn, improve from brutal loss to Patriots
Jets hope to learn, improve from brutal loss to Patriots

NEW YORK (AP) — Ghosts, unnerving turnovers and an ugly loss. That was the New York Jets in a nutshell Monday night as they were embarrassed 33-0 by the New England Patriots in front of a prime-time TV audience. Bill Belichick dialed up so many blitzes, the Patriots' defense had quarterback Sam Darnold "seeing ghosts" — completely throwing him off his game and forcing him into crucial errors in the worst game of his young career. "I didn't play well," Darnold said after the game. "I can play a lot better." Well, he never played worse. He was 11 of 32 for 86 yards with four interceptions and a dismal 3.6 quarterback rating. Darnold also lost a fumble on a sack and later batted a ball out of the

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