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For the New York Jets, quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick should be absolutely ashamed of himself for his Week 3 performance against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Heading into Week 3, the offense of the New York Jets was ranked fourth in the NFL. After a miserably pathetic loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, the Jets will probably fall in the upper 20’s if not higher.
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This week’s game had entirely too many careless mistakes; the boys need to get it together. Everyone had their fair share of mishaps but, we need to discuss the Geno Smith situation; oops I mean Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Coming into the season Jets fans were divided; in Geno we trust or Fitzmagic. I chose to support Fitzpatrick because I believe he has it in him to be great, he just needs to believe in himself. He buckles under pressure and just goes. We all know he has a fancy degree, so where’s that fancy brain?
Fitzpatrick had six interceptions and eight turnovers against the Chiefs; those are Smith statistics if one thinks about it. Two of those were while the Jets were in the end zone, ending any chance they had to score a touchdown or comeback. As if the interceptions weren’t bad enough, Derrick Johnson had a pick-six adding another touchdown for the Chiefs.
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Fitzpatrick hit a career high this week; most interceptions in one game!
He also tied for most interceptions in the New York Jets organization.
When the Chiefs played the Houston Texans, DeAndre Hopkins had 113 yards, 11 targets, and a touchdown.
Will Fuller had 104 yards and seven targets! That’s about what Eric Decker and Brandon Marshall had last week if not more.
Where were Decker and Marshall? Yes, Marshall dropped a few passes but come on. Decker was open on several accounts and Fitzpatrick just underthrew the football, on multiple occasions. He even threw me the football at one point. No strategy or game plan. Maybe he’s knocking the screws loose every time he slides with his head.
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Somethings got to give. Next week, the Jets play the Seattle Seahawks. The Seahawks are ranked first in scoring defense. The Jets can’t afford to lose another game so early in the season. Let’s hope they can get it together before they throw away the season before it even hits the halfway mark.