After an embarrassing and shameful season-opening 10-9 loss to the Ravens last night, The Jets don't seem like the team everyone expected them to be.
Many of the players mentally were not engaged, as seen with Dustin Keller stepping out of bounds short of a first down with 42 seconds remaining in the game, and with Braylon Edwards' running-into-the-kicker penalty, which ultimately allowed the lone touchdown of the game.
Besides the mental mistakes, the Jets' offense was very poor, producing only 176 yards and six first downs.
The Jets' defense had issues as well. Namely in the secondary, the Baltimore Ravens attacked the Jets' newly-acquired defensive back Antonio Cromartie and rookie Kyle Wilson timelessly, managing 248 yards through the air.
With all of these negatives from the Jets, there were still some positives to take from this game going into Week 2.
Read on to see the five things the Jets actually did right in their Week 1 loss to the Baltimore Ravens.