New York’s offense has struggled mightily to put up points of late. The Jets haven’t scored 20 points or more in a game since before Thanksgiving.
Naturally the quarterback carousel hasn’t helped, but Chan Gailey sees their issues on offense centered around their inability to protect the football.
“Their biggest struggle is they have turned it over,” said Gailey. “When you turn it over you struggle to score. They haven’t been able to be consistent running the football like they want to be. With a few special teams breakdowns they’ve gotten behind and had to throw it and that’s created more of a problem. They’re not set up to throw and come from behind. Not many teams are but they certainly aren’t.”
The last time New York scored more than 20 points in a game was Nov. 18th against St. Louis when they won 27-13.
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