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31. New York Jets

How bad do the New York Jets want to see Sam Darnold get healthy enough to finally play on offense after the team suffered another brutal loss on Sunday to the Philadelphia Eagles?

From Luke Falk getting sacked 10 times to the Jets in general only putting up six points, Sunday was an all around brutal loss for New York, and it’s tough to imagine things are going to improve anytime soon until Darnold returns.

Back in the offseason, the Jets were considered a potential sleeper to keep an eye on in the AFC when it came to being a contender, but no one expected things to be this rough after four games.

Not even coming off the bye week seemed to work to New York’s advantage in this loss, and it’s not going to get any easier moving forward with upcoming games against the Dallas Cowboys along with the New England Patriots.

In other words, there’s a good chance that New York will enter the final weekend of the regular season against the Jacksonville Jaguars still in search of that first win in 2019.

This may sound unfair to say since Darnold’s mono is obviously an unfortunate injury to be dealing with, but also the Jets shouldn’t look this bad as a team.