Jets News: Offense Has Players-Only Meeting, Geno Smith Apologizes

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The New York Jets' offense has been plagued by inconsistency and mistakes all season long, prompting a players-only meeting for the unit on Monday.

According to Mike Florio of NBC's Pro Football Talk, "via multiple reports, Smith disclosed the meeting to the media, explaining that he was one of the speakers — and that he apologized for his turnovers.  Smith had two more on Sunday in a 24-17 loss to the Lions."

Players-only meeting are usually a sign of upheaval to come, with the players usually attempting to band together (and air grievances) in the face of a larger change. With the possibility of starting 1-6 looming (the Jets face the Chargers, Broncos, and Patriots in their next three games), such a shift could come very soon if the offense doesn't step up right away.

Those changes could include anything from the insertion of Michael Vick as the team's QB or the firing of head coach Rex Ryan if the team can't turn the ship around in time.

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