NY Jets offensive grades for Week 11 loss to Bills

The Jets suffered another humiliating loss to the Bills

NY Jets, Zach Wilson
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Breece Hall, RB, NY Jets

Once again, it is hard to accurately evaluate the play of a running back when the quarterback and offensive line are as bad as the Jets currently are, and the play-caller is as uncreative as a high school JV coach.

Following the Broncos game where Breece Hall exploded for 172 yards, he has failed to top 50 yards rushing in a game since and has an average of under 2.5 yards per carry.

Against the Bills, he finished with 10 carries for just 23 yards. He did add five catches for 50 yards and a touchdown to salvage the night for him and also get into the end zone, which has been rare this season.

Again, it's impossible to evaluate Hall accurately when Wilson can't throw, defenses load the box, and the line is currently on their 14th different combination of blockers this year.

I mean, who in NFL history could survive running behind Carter Warren (rookie first start), Laken Tomlinson, Joe Tippmann (rookie fourth start), Chris Glaser (virtual practice squad player), and Max Mitchell (backup)?

Still, and I know I sound like a broken record, but the coaching staff and line have to figure out a way to get Hall going more consistently. When he gets going, the whole team has more success, and it most certainly would help the quarterbacks.

Grade: C-

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