The Jets have been drowning while getting outscored by 57 points through the first three weeks this season, but a potential life raft could be coming their way Thursday in the form of another beat-up opponent led by Jeff Driskel or Brett Rypien at quarterback. Definitely, we’re thirsty for a win. We need it bad,” linebacker Avery Williamson said Monday as the Jets put Sunday’s 36-7 loss to the Colts in the rearview mirror and turned their attention to the short week at hand.
The defense dominated with the return of “Sack” Barrett, Tom Brady didn’t turn the ball over once and Gronk finally got the ball. Even though it was a solid game, and it was well executed, the game was still a bit lackluster. Sure, there were plenty of things to get excited about, but let’s keep it real though.
Or moving one step closer to getting your mitts on a generational quarterback or a franchise left tackle? What’s the end game here? It’s a tough time,” Vic Fangio, now 0-3 in 2020 and 7-12 in two-plus seasons as Broncos coach, said Monday.