The Jets lost yet another frustrating game as they blew a 15-point fourth quarter lead and allowed Aaron Rodgers to prevent the Packers from going winless on the road with some late game heroics.
Sam Darnold had a sensational game for the Jets, passing for 341 yards and three scores and leading the Jets to a late field goal to send the game into overtime. However, it was a sloppy performance once again from Todd Bowles' Jets, who were called for an NFL-season high 16 penalties for 172 yards.
Andre Roberts once again had a huge day, highlighted by his 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown while Robby Anderson (nine catches for 140 yards and a score), Elijah McGuire (85 yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns) and Chris Herndon (six catches for 82 yards and a score) all came up big on offense.
However, the defense struggled to stop Rodgers, especially after Leonard Williams was ejected for throwing a punch in the first half. Rodgers ended up accounting for 474 yards and four touchdowns (including rushing), so as good as Darnold was, he still got a lesson in terms of how far he has to go.
On the bright side, the Jets head to New England next week with a 4-11 record and a strong chance of a top three pick in April's NFL draft.
We'll be back tomorrow to review the game in detail, so check back to JetsFix early and often.