(CBSNewYork) — The NFL season has finally started. And Sunday the New York Jets kick off their 2020 campaign on the road against AFC East rival Buffalo Bills. The division is wide open, with the departure of Tom Brady from the New England Patriots and the rise of the Bills and the Miami Dolphins. But where does this leave the Jets?
Without the benefit of a preseason, it’s harder to get a read on the Jets, who haven’t made the playoffs in a decade. The team improved as last season progressed. Sam Darnold appeared more comfortable executing an offense that didn’t produce much in the way of yards or points.