This sums up the Jets season.
General manager Joe Douglas was spotted by the CBS broadcast burying his face in his hands Sunday after backup quarterback Joe Flacco was sacked during a 24-0 loss in Miami. (Flacco started in place of Sam Darnold, who missed his second straight game with a shoulder injury.)
Douglas, who is in his second season overseeing the Jets’ rebuild, has his work cut out for him, as the Jets opened up the season 0-6 for the second time in franchise history.
It’s difficult to imagine the Jets winning even one game this season, especially with the Bills, Chiefs and Patriots awaiting them the next three weeks.
Only two other teams in NFL history, the 2008 Lions and 2017 Browns, have gone 0-16.
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