The NY Jets must look to improve these three things if they want to succeed in Week 5.
After an 0-4 start, there are many things that the NY Jets need to fix. The Jets have looked terrible through the first quarter of the season and things aren’t looking very promising.
Four straight losses in rather uneventful fashion have rendered Gang Green as likely the worst team in the NFL. And it’s clear that their struggles extend far beyond any injury troubles they might be having.
With a tough matchup ahead against the Arizona Cardinals, the Jets need to fix things during this long week and quickly. Unfortunately, that will be no easy task with a number of key players out with injuries.
Starting quarterback Sam Darnold is out this week which will certainly hurt the Jets, but with a veteran backup in Joe Flacco, it could be worse. After all, the Jets saw firsthand last season just how much worse it could be.
Still, there are very few reasons for optimism heading into Week 5. Perhaps the likely returns of players like Le’Veon Bell and others will be enough to salvage a competitive game.
Regardless, the Jets will have plenty to work on, so here are the top three things to improve before their Week 5 matchup with the Cardinals.