The New York Jets are so bad when it comes to playing football that the NFL has flexed them out of primetime football in Week 12 against the New England Patriots.
Oh yes, things are that bad with the New York Jets. As they fell to 3-7 in their Week 10 loss to the Los Angeles Rams, news broke out today that they were just flexed out of a future primetime game.
In Week 12, the Jets were set to welcome the New England Patriots to MetLife Stadium for Sunday Night Football. As per Rich Cimini of ESPN, the Jets were officially flexed out of this primetime matchup by the NFL.
One can’t blame the league since who would really want to see this mess of a team? They will more than likely getting destroyed at the hands of one of the best teams in the NFL in the Patriots. Currently on top of the AFC East at 7-2 so far this season, the Patriots will clearly make an example out of the Jets.
The game has been bumped up to 4:25 p.m Eastern Time on Sunday, November 27th, 2016 which proves once again that this season continues to head in a downward spiral. The NFL made this decision a day after the Jets suffered another loss thanks to the Rams with the final score being 9-6. That’s right, neither team made it worth watching as it was a battle of kickers against punters.
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Week 12’s Sunday Night Football matchup has officially been changed to the Kansas City Chiefs vs Denver Broncos matchup. Either way, it’s for the better interest of the Jets to not be televised nationally as they continue playing some of the worst football imaginable these days.