NY Jets: 3 optimistic takeaways from Week 5 loss to the Arizona Cardinals

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The NY Jets have very little to be optimistic about following their Week 5 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.

The NY Jets are the worst team in the NFL. They are a bad football team consisting of an awful roster and an inept coaching staff. As such, there are very few redeeming qualities about them.

This was all on display when the team fell to 0-5 at the hands of the Arizona Cardinals in Week 5 by a final score of 30-10. For the Jets, it was more of the same.

The offense struggled to get anything going, the defense eventually folded, and the Jets simply played four quarters of downright unwatchable football.

There’s no sugarcoating it — this might be one of the worst teams in NFL history when all is said and done. But we knew this already. And really, what have we actually learned following the Jets’ fifth straight loss?

Probably nothing that we didn’t already know. For that reason, we’re going to switch up our takeaways piece for the week.

Instead, of focusing on general takeaways — which one could assume will detail the terrible roster, coaching staff, and performance each week — we’re going to take a look at some of the few moments of optimism from the week.

This has been a difficult season and it isn’t getting easier anytime soon. But rather than rehash the negative, let’s try our best to scavenge some positivity from yet another abysmal loss.

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