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1-5, 3rd in AFC East

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

C.J. Mosley's groin injury is the cause of growing concern for the Jets. He appeared to aggravate the injury on Monday night and now they're saying "it might be more than the groin," per Adam Gase. He said the doctors are doing "a deep dive" into the issue and how they can treat it. This sounds ominous. Mosley missed four games with the injury.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets QB Sam Darnold, who had a damaged toe nail removed yesterday, may not participate in team periods today. He will do individual and 7-on-7 drills. His availability for team drills will be evaluated in practice. He's "limping a little," coach Adam Gase said. Darnold is wearing padding in his shoe.

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Flight Deck

ESPN Jets reporter Rich Cimini dissects the Monday night massacre and talks with safety Marcus Maye.

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Jets fuming Darnold's 'ghosts' remark made air

The Jets and coach Adam Gase were angry Tuesday that Sam Darnold's miked-up comment that he was "seeing ghosts" was aired on ESPN's Monday Night Football.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets injury update: QB Sam Darnold should be fine after having a toenail removed. It was stepped on in the game. LB C.J. Mosley (groin) will be monitored throughout the week. Still not 100 percent. C Ryan Kalil (elbow/shoulder) is day-to-day. May miss a day of practice. TE Chris Herndon (hamstring) might practice this week; still waiting for his 2019 debut. DE Henry Anderson (shoulder) will be limited in practice. LT Kelvin Beachum (ankle) remains a question mark.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The fallout from Sam Darnold's "ghosts" comment has overshadowed a dreadful offensive performance by the Jets. Coach Adam Gase said, "What we put out in the field is on me and it wasn't good enough...Unfortunately, I haven't found the formula yet to make us anything close to consistent." In six games, the Jets have played two strong quarters on offense — the first half against Dallas.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets stock-market report: DOWN — QB Sam Darnold (he saw dead people; 5 turnovers); HC Adam Gase (poor job in every aspect), LT Chuma Edoga (team-low pass-block win rate), WR Robby Anderson (CB Stephon Gilmore pitched a perfect game, allowed 0.0 passer rating), CB Darryl Roberts (6 targets, 6 completions), CB Trumaine Johnson (TD allowed). UP — RB Le'Veon Bell (season-high 70 rush yards).

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets defensive snap counts (based on 79): DL — Phillips 51, L. Williams 48, Q. Williams 40, McLendon 39, Fatukasi 32, Willis 23; LB — Cashman 71, Mosley 65, Jenkins 56, Basham 42, Copeland 31, Langi 7; DB — Adams 79, Johnson 75, Roberts 75, Maye 75, Poole 55, Hairston 5. Analysis: Mosley removed late from the debacle; not injury-related, per Adam Gase. But Mosley admitted his previously injured groin nagged him throughout the game.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets offensive snap counts (based on 53): QB — Darnold 53; RB — Bell 49, Montgomery 6, Powell 4; WR — Anderson 48, Crowder 42, Thomas 37, Smith 15, Berrios 10; TE — Griffin 43, Wesco 5, Brown 3; OL — Shell 53, Lewis 53, Edoga 53, Winters 51, Harrison 33, Kalil 23, Compton 2. Analysis: Kalil and Winters limited due to injuries. Adam Gase abandoned two-TE package; probably would've helped with pass protection.

Greeny believes Gase will be one-and-done with Jets (0:56)
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Darnold, 'seeing ghosts,' tosses 4 INTs vs. Pats

Confused and rattled by Bill Belichick's suffocating defense, Sam Darnold set a career high of five turnovers with four interceptions and a lost fumble as the Jets (1-5) lost their eighth straight to the Patriots (7-0).

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets are 1-5, so forget about the playoffs. They needed to upset the Patriots to keep alive slim postseason hopes. What now? "It's bad to just give up," DL Leonard Williams said. "I definitely don't see that in anybody on this team." That will be Adam Gase's challenge over the final 10 games.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Breakdown of Sam Darnold's four interceptions, via NFL Next Gen Stats: 1.) Six-man rush, no pressure; 2.) Five-man rush, no pressure; 3.) Seven-man rush, pressure by S Devin McCourty; 4.) Four-man rush, pressure by DE Chase Winovich. Three of the four intended receivers were open, based on yards of separation when the pass arrived.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Le'Veon Bell was seen after the game talking with Sam Darnold at his locker. Bell tried to pump him up. Sharing what he told Darnold, Bell said, "You know you can only play better from here on out. You can't play worse than you did tonight." Well, that's one way of looking at it.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets coach Adam Gase stated the obvious: "That was brutal. We just didn't do anything tight. We were bad in all three phases." The Jets were outscored by the Patriots, 63-14, in two losses. That's non-competitive football.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets injury report: QB Sam Darnold injured a toe, but never came out of the game. He was limping slightly afterward, but insisted he will be fine. LB C.J. Mosley, coming off a groin injury, played 65 of 79 snaps. He was pulled, but it wasn't injury-related. He said he's not 100 percent. C Ryan Kalil (elbow) missed 30 of 53 snaps, but returned.

Darnold reacts to his 'seeing ghosts' comment (0:32)
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Bell to Darnold: Can't play 'worse than you did tonight' (0:45)
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Darnold turns the ball over 5 times in loss (1:46)
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Patriots blitz Darnold, Jets 33-0 to remain undefeated

Tom Brady set the tone with a long slice-and-dice touchdown drive, New England's blitz-happy defense forced Sam Darnold into five turnovers and the Patriots remained undefeated by cruising to a 33-0 victory over the New York Jets on Monday night.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Sam Darnold is only the 10th player this century to score minus-6 fantasy points or worse in a game: -7.3 Jon Kitna, '00 W1 -7.0 Nathan Peterman, '17 W11 -6.9 Rex Grossman, '06 W6 -6.8 John Skelton, '12 W14 -6.8 Rex Grossman, '06 W17 -6.7 Alex Smith, '05 W5 -6.7 Todd Collins, '10 W5 -6.7 Sam Darnold, '19 W7 -6.6 Peyton Manning, '15 W10 -6.2 Jake Delhomme, '09 W1

Team Stats

Passing Yards142.232nd
Rushing Yards66.830th
Points For10.5Tied-31st
Points Against26.0