The New England Patriots have reached their lowest point this season. Monday night’s loss truly proved that regardless of who’s quarterbacking for this team right now, the team simply cannot get it done. Jarrett Stidham played most of the second half after Cam Newton threw for only 34 yards. Cam showed frustration at his press conference with his performance on the field. Defensively, the Patriots kept Buffalo from dominating the game running the football. Buffalo had big success throwing the football downfield, Josh Allen threw for 320 yards with 9 receptions for 145 yards coming from Stefon Diggs.
Let’s get to know the New York Jets and what to expect come Sunday afternoon:
The New York Jets coming into Sunday’s game are 2-13. Head Coach, Adam Gase’s job is on the line in just his second season as head coach. Many New York fans are angry with some of the moves the organization has made. Last offseason, safety Jamal Adams demanded a trade. In the middle of October this year, the Jets released Le’veon Bell after the team tried to trade him. Change has been a theme with this organization ever since Rex Ryan was the coach. Ryan led the Jets to two straight AFC Championship games in 2009 and 2010.
In December, the Jets have played much better football. Beating both the Browns and Rams in the same month is a tall task. Sam Darnold is back to being fully healthy and playing his best football. Wide Receiver Jamison Crowder has been a big reason why Darnold is having success. Crowder is the Jet’s top receiving option in 2020, he has 55 receptions for 668 yards. Outside of Crowder, the Jets do not have a deep threat downfield for teams to worry about.
–Robert Marcello is a Staff Writer for Full Press Coverage and covers the New England Patriots. Follow him on Twitter @RobertMarcello5