It's time to wrap up our daily retrospective look back at some random people, moments and games from Jets history...
0 on the scoreboard
The Jets have posted 12 shutouts in franchise history. The most recent of these was in the season finale in 2010, as they blew out the Bengals 37-0 to clinch a playoff spot.
Here's Doug Middleton's hilarious score against the Bills in the 2016 season finale:
In addition to being a 0-yard score, this is also notable because the Jets scored 10 points in 0 seconds.
0 on the stat sheet
In 180 career carries, including postseason play, Ken O'Brien never scored a rushing touchdown.
Perhaps even more surprising, Tim Tebow - ostensibly signed to be a short-yardage option - didn't score a rushing touchdown in his one year as a Jet either. Moreover, he only got one red zone snap, the result of which was a delay of game.
Perhaps the most impressive zero of all-time came from former sixth overall pick Vernon Gholston, who renegotiated his contract to pay him incentives if he could register one sack, forced fumble or fumble recovery in 2010 - and didn't manage to. He ended his career with zero sacks.
Christian Hackenberg's zero snaps in two years despite being a completely-healthy second round pick is similarly impressive.
Who could forget Geno Smith's hat?
Geno Smith was asked only a few questions by reporters. He was wearing this hat: pic.twitter.com/PlloVuwa1d— Kimberly Jones (@KimJonesSports) August 28, 2016
0 in the record books
In a 1974 game played under severe weather conditions, the Jets held the Bills to zero pass completions.
However, they still lost 16-12, as Joe Namath was 2-for-18 himself.
Let us know if there's any connections to 0 that we missed...