Geno Smith’s benching seemed to be a forgone conclusion after a late second-quarter interception during the Jet’s 23-3 loss to the Dolphins on Sunday. With only one touchdown and 12 interceptions in his last seven games, Smith’s play can’t be defended. Rex Ryan made the right decision to go with Matt Simms in the second half. Simms didn’t fare much better, throwing for 79 yards and one interception. He also fumbled a handoff to Bilal Powell.
For Jason Kidd’s sake, the answer to that question had better be “when the team is back to 100 percent.”
If ever a team was backed into a corner, it’s the Jets.
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Snacks, snacks, snacks and more snacks.
One of these days, all 53 men on the Jets’ active roster will get it. One day this season, they will all understand that the NFL is a week-to-week league. Momentum? That is fools gold. The Jets were riding high after a last-second win over the Atlanta Falcons in front of a primetime audience on “Monday Night Football.” They were quickly brought back to earth in their 19-6 loss to the Steelers at MetLife Stadium on Sunday
It’s hard to determine who deserves the most praise for the Jets’ 30-28 win in Atlanta on Monday.