And the season goes from bad to worse...
The question as to whether the offensive line would be any better without Ryan Kalil was answered with a resounding "no" as once again Sam Darnold struggled badly with constant pressure and couldn't take advantage of an injury-hit secondary.
The game turned on a short touchdown pass to Ryan Griffin that was overturned by the replay booth and then immediately followed by a sloppy interception by Darnold and then was later summed up by a safety for Miami as Jonotthan Harrison snapped the ball through the end zone with Darnold not looking.
With an overmatched linebacker unit, the Jets blew a coverage to gift Miami a touchdown and couldn't handle Mike Gesicki of all people, while the Dolphins receivers had their way with the Jets' cornerbacks all game.
The wheels are coming off and it's looking like, yet again, the second half of the season is going to be all about where the Jets pick in next year's draft and whether or not there's going to be a coaching change.
We'll be back with in-depth analysis throughout the day tomorrow. For now, it's your time to vent. Have fun!