That's the noble approach, but there's plenty of culprits: playing a rookie quarterback in Sam Darnold; a struggling offense under coordinator Jeremy Bates; a wildly inconsistent defense and a lack of overall roster depth - something that is a big strike against general manager Mike Maccagnan.
NY has been terrible for a while and they might actually be getting worse. Johnson and members of his hierarchy were deeply frustrated by the embarrassing performance, but they opted to stay the course. "You've seen a lot of quarterbacks this season play, and it's important that he gets as many reps as he can get in live game action". The Giants chose to keep 2018 draft pick Kyle Lauletta and veteran Alex Tanney as Manning's 2018 backups. He threw three interceptions, including one that was brought back for a touchdown.
The hot seat under Bowles reached a boiling point as the Jets (3-7) got completely manhandled by a Bills team that was led by Matt Barkley, who hadn't started in almost two years, and entered with a league-low 96 points and had two touchdowns in its previous four games.
Numerous players insisted that the struggles can be attributed to lots of people, not just Bowles. "Davis Webb is a grinder, he prepares like a coach and he adds great value to our room as well".
Bowles will need Darnold to give Jets fans hope that the two of them will be able to pilot a supersonic jet together next season, and that hope has faded over the past three weeks. He had been listed as "doubtful" on the Jets' injury report, released on Friday afternoon.
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Peterman also started the Bills' 41-9 Week 9 loss to the Bears.
The Bills signed journeyman quarterback Matt Barkley the following week. The unit sacked Dolphins quarterback Brock Osweiler four times last week and kept the team in the game until the very end. Peterman began this year as the starter, before losing the job early in the third quarter of a 47-3 season-opening loss at Baltimore.
Josh Allen has been declared OUT for tomorrow's game.
The Jets will lose Sterling in this transaction, as the fourth-year tight end had been already ruled out of Sunday's game with a concussion. Fans started a GoFundMe page to encourage Peterman to retire after the game. Barkley threw two touchdowns to lead the Bills to a win over the Jets last weekend.