The Jets come off their bye week 1-4 on the season after losing to the Atlanta Falcons in the London game in Week 5. New York hasn’t made much progress on both sides of the ball under new coach Robert Saleh. It’s been a rough start to his NFL career for QB Zach Wilson, who has a QB rating under 70.0 and has thrown 9 INTs in five games. The Jets will need to adjust the offense to help Wilson succeed or he’ll need to make internal adjustments to limit mistakes.
The Patriots post-Tom Brady era continues to not go according to plan (or it sort of is). New England wasn’t able to take advantage of mistakes by the Dallas Cowboys in a 35-29 loss at home. The Pats had a 21-20 lead in the fourth quarter before Mac Jones threw a pick-6, which was then followed by a 75-yard TD by Jones to Jakobi Meyers. The Cowboys would force OT on a FG and win the game on a CeeDee Lamb TD.
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