No offense … none taken, for the New York Jets.
The 15th time was far from the charm for the New York Jets, who once again fell to the hated New England Patriots. Their latest fall to the Pats was a 15-10 Sunday slog at MetLife Stadium one that saw the New York (1-2) muster only 171 yards of offense, overseen by Zach Wilson.
A matchup of quarterbacks struggling to find franchise clarity began on a predictable note, as offensive showcases were at a premium in the early going. Jones provided the necessary points for an early two-possession lead with a 58-yard tally to Pharoah Brown.