If New York Jets fans thought the Buffalo Bills game was bad, the Week 12 matchup against the New England Patriots could be even worse. This team stands zero chance against the best team of the AFC East.
The struggling New York Jets have no chance whatsoever at beating the New England Patriots. It’s completely unrealistic for a team led by an aging Josh McCown with very few players living up to expectations to emerge victorious from a matchup with such a powerful division rival. Led by an ageless Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, expect to see them embarrass the Jets and if not completely humiliate them in front of the home crowd in MetLife Stadium.
Sam Darnold’s injury was a big hit to the Jets, as the promising rookie should really recover as its crazy to throw him out there prematurely. It could possibly make matters a ton worse on a season that’s already a done deal and over with.
It’s best to accept defeat, as not even Darnold can at this point in his career outplay or outsmart Brady and Belichick, who seem to find ways to make way better teams look foolish. If they can’t beat them, the Jets definitely won’t.
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The Jets are going to be bad for a while, sadly. Darnold may not be able to save them. Although he’s a very promising rookie who cannot do this alone, the team around him is very weak. Lone bright spots are safety Jamal Adams, and the man who many would love to see get some Pro Bowl action, Leonard Williams, are no match for the Patriots.
If Aaron Rodgers was defeated, McCown might as well know before he starts that he will be in trouble all game long and it won’t be easy for him or the Jets. The Patriots defense is faster, more efficient, and well, just flat out better.
Time and time again, it’s very rare when the Patriots slip up. As a Jets fan who just speaks the truth, as much as this team is my favorite and only team I can ever root for if you say the Patriots won’t embarrass the Jets I don’t think you understand how bad the situation is with this team.
While the Jets have much concern surrounding Darnold and the future regarding head coach Todd Bowles, it’s completely wild to predict a Jets win. All in all, the Patriots will definitely rout the Jets like there is no tomorrow. The season was over before now, as the Jets don’t have the roster strength to outplay the Patriots in any way, shape, or form. The offseason can’t come soon enough as once again, it’s time to evaluate the root of the problem once this embarrassment of a season finally comes to a sharp end.