The New York Jets' offensive travesty raged throughout a dismal defeat against a stagnant team led by future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady in Week 2.
Rookie QB Geno Smith endured enormous struggle in the fourth quarter of a winnable football game, chucking three interceptions into the teeth of a mediocre defense.
Brady's frustration was symbolically relative to the Jets' inefficiency on offense. The game was a straight-up defensive struggle between two highly inefficient offenses.
The Jets' defense forced Brady to throw more incompletions (20) than completions (19) for the first time in the Rex Ryan era, but failed to earn a victory.
Smith needs to vastly improve for the Jets to right the ship in a divisional showdown with the Bills in Week 3.
In addition, the Jets need to re-think their offensive concept. Pass-happy offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg forced an unnecessary amount of pressure onto Smith in the fourth quarter of the Jets' matchup with the Patriots.
The run game needs be to a priority as the rookie signal-caller steadily learns how to functionally operate an offense in the NFL.
The following slideshow highlights full Week 3 stat predictions for each positional unit on the Jets' offense: