I've been charting games for some of the Jets' upcoming opponents, enabling me to break down what to watch out for on gameday, so I'll be here every Sunday morning with an in depth breakdown of the Jets' opponent for each of the remaining games this season.

Tomorrow night, the Jets face the Tennessee Titans, a team that has struggled this year, but is still regarded as a step up in quality from their last two opponents. However, the Titans are 4-9 this year and that makes them worse than every team the Jets faced before their current two-game winning streak. The Jets are 4-1 against sub-500 teams this year with their only loss being at home to the 5-8 Dolphins.

After the jump, I break down the positional groupings (BGA-style!) to try and highlight what the Jets need to look out for.

Quarterbacks

Jake Locker will face the Jets for the first time on Sunday. Statistically, he's a below average quarterback, but he does have an ability to extend plays and gain yardage with his legs, something the Jets have struggled to contain at times this season. Locker is 2-6 in his eight starts this year, but has shown flashes of potential, including on Sunday against the Colts where he was 15-for-20 for 213 yards and a touchdown at halftime (before going just 7-for-15 for 49 yards with two interceptions in the second half). The Jets' complex blitz schemes will hopefully confuse Locker, who completes 63% of his passes when not under pressure, but only 38% when pressured.

If Locker gets hurt or benched, veteran Matt Hasselbeck will step in.

Offensive Line

The Titans offensive line, which is above average when at full strength, has been decimated by injuries in recent weeks. Four starters are now on injured reserve. Michael Roos missed one game, but has otherwise started every game at left tackle and is a solid blindside pass protector. Fernando Velasco is the only player to start every game, but even he has had to move positions, sliding over from center to left guard last week to accommodate youngster Kevin Matthews. Right guard Deuce Lutui, once considered an elite prospect, hasn't lived up to his potential. However, he is now in his seventh season and will be making his 78th career start so he has plenty of experience. At right tackle, Mike Otto is basically a career backup, although he hasn't done too badly filling in over the last couple of weeks.

In pass protection, this unit has held up reasonably well, even in light of all the injuries, but their run blocking has been inconsistent. Their offensive coordinator (Chris Palmer) came under criticism during the offseason for putting together an offensive line that had a lot of size and weren't ideally suited to their zone blocking scheme. He lost his job three weeks ago. Dowell Loggains was promoted from QB coach to replace him.

Running Backs

The Titans running game depends almost entirely on Chris Johnson. However, some Titans fans feel that Johnson can't break tackles like he used to, so when the offensive line isn't creating holes, his impact is lessened. From 2008 to 2010, Johnson averaged 42 broken tackles per season, but since then has had only 51 in almost two years. He still has speed though, so the Jets will have to ensure they set the edge and maintain contain, something which could be a challenge if Bryan Thomas can't play. Behind the patchwork offensive line against the Colts, Johnson gained just 44 yards on 19 carries. The Jets, of course, ran for 252 yards against the same team.

Johnson will play virtually every snap, just bringing himself out for a snap or two when he needs a blow. The Titans occasionally go into a no-huddle spread offense, but Johnson will still stay in the game and split out wide. He does have over 220 career receptions, but seems to get most of these out of the backfield.

When Johnson does go to the bench, Darius Reynaud, who has playmaking ability himself, will fill in for him. Quinn Johnson is a reliable enough fullback, but doesn't play a great deal.

Receivers

Perhaps Tennessee's most dangerous receiving threat is tight end Jared Cook. After a 2011 campaign where he caught 49 passes for almost 800 yards, he looked set to break out and become a superstar. However, he hasn't really emerged as expected in 2012, with 44 catches but only 523 yards. He's still an athletic big play threat, although he has only had one play go for more than 30 yards since the opening weekend. EDIT: Actually, Cook just landed on injured reserve with a torn rotator cuff, so that's one less guy to worry about.

Their most established wideouts are Kenny Britt and Nate Washington. Britt is on his way to a career year in terms of receiving yards, but is averaging less than 13 yards a catch after having averaged over 17 yards per catch in his first three seasons and has been slowed by injuries. Washington has always been a good deep threat and has caught 39 passes on the season, one less than Britt. Rookie Kendall Wright leads the team with 59 receptions, although he's averaging less than 10 yards per catch and hasn't had a 40-yard play or a 100-yard game yet.

The Titans didn't use the no-huddle against the Colts last week, other than in a two minute drill at the end of the first half, but used it extensively against the Texans two weeks ago. I wonder if they see that as a way to counter a complex attacking defense, or just avoided using it because of the lack of preparation time, specifically for the offensive line. Either way, facing the Jets on Monday Night Football could be a situation where they might reintroduce this. If they do, look for Cook and Johnson to be in the game with three receivers.

Damien Williams is out with an injury, so the current fourth receiver on the depth chart is Mike Preston, a 2011 undrafted free agent who made his first ever appearance on offense in a NFL game last week. The backup tight ends are Craig Stevens (an all-round player who will often start) and Taylor Thompson, a blocking specialist.

Defensive Line

The Titans' defensive line definitely has the ability to generate pressure. On Sunday, they had 33 total pressures. By contrast, the Jets had 21 on Sunday against the Jaguars and that was their season high. Defensive ends Derrick Morgan and Kamerion Wimbley have combined for just 8.5 sacks officially, but Cameron Wake is the only 4-3 defensive end in the league with more QB hits than Morgan and Chris Long and Michael Bennett are the only ones with more pressures than Wimbley.

Against the run, the line is anchored by tackles Jurrell Casey and Sen'Derrick Marks. However, Wimbley struggles at times to get off blocks, so the Jets might look to run at him.

The Titans employ four backup linemen that don't play very much. The most interesting of these is Karl Klug, who last year had a sensational rookie season as a situation interior pass rusher. This year he hadn't been getting much playing time, but made a big impact against the Colts with two sacks, a hit and three pressures in just nine pass rush attempts, so he could be set to get a bigger role.

Linebackers

The Titans play with a four man front virtually all of the time. The only real exception to this (other than when they go to a prevent defense) is when Akeem Ayers comes up to the edge of a three man line on passing downs, although he sometimes plays with his hand in the dirt when he does this. Ayers is their most talented linebacker and capable of contributing as a pass rusher. With Colin McCarthy out, they've been rotating veterans Tim Shaw and Will Witherspoon at middle linebacker. Rookie Zach Brown will play most of the time at the other linebacker spot.

Since their front four is so good at generating pressure, the Titans will only blitz their linebackers (other than Ayers) a couple of times a game.

Defensive Backs

The Titans don't bother to match their cornerbacks up. Jason McCourty (Patriot Devin McCourty's older brother) plays on the left and Alterraun Verner plays on the right. Verner hasn't been beaten for a touchdown all year, whereas McCourty has given up six. Rookie Coty Sensabaugh (Cowboy Gerald Sensabaugh's cousin) has been the third corner in recent weeks, although the Titans do also run some three-safety sets.

At safety, the Titans have been weak. Michael Griffin will usually play every snap, but he's had a terrible season, with 20 missed tackles. Griffin is totally unpredictable from year to year. He was awful in 2009, average in 2010 and great in 2011. Jordan Babineaux gets most of the reps alongside him, although the Titans have been rotating some other guys in over the last few weeks.

Special Teams

As we've seen in recent weeks, the Jets are susceptible to special teams breakdowns and the Titans are just as capable of exploiting that as any of the Jets' recent opponents. Reynaud is a fine return man and they've always been a team that is a threat to block a punt. The kicking game is fine too, with reliable veteran Rob Bironas connecting on 82% of his field goals this year and the underrated Brett Kern 3rd in net average for punting.

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I'll be back on Tuesday to recap the game!

Stats from PFF were used in the completion of this article.

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New York Jets players and coaching staff lock arms during the national anthem before the game against the Miami Dolphins at MetLife Stadium. (Kyle Terada/USA TODAY Sports)
New York Jets players and coaching staff lock arms during the national anthem before the game against the Miami Dolphins at MetLife Stadium. (Kyle Terada/USA TODAY Sports)

From players on the field to acting owner Christopher Johnson and GM Mike Maccagnan, the New York Jets all locked arms during the national anthem before Sunday's 20-6 win over the Miami Dolphins at MetLife Stadium in protest of President Donald Trump's comments from a few days ago.

The Jets had a team meeting Saturday and decided they would lock arms and stand for the anthem as a team. Groups of players from each team around the league on Sunday either locked arms or knelt during the anthem after Trump referred to NFL players who protested the national anthem as a "son of a bitch" and said they should be fired.

Johnson, who is the team's acting owner while his father, Jets owner Woody Johnson, serves as the United States ambassador to the United Kingdom in the Trump administration, released a statement saying it was an "honor and a privilege" to join the players on the field on Sunday.

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Jets Post Game Overtime: 9/24 00:10:22
The Jets Post Game crew keeps the analysis going, handing out report cards from the Jets' 20-6 win over Miami in their home opener.

 

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Bowles, McCown discuss win 00:02:17
Todd Bowles and Josh McCown reflect on the Jets' first win of the season, a resounding 20-6 victory over Miami.

Terrence Brooks had two interceptions and the Jets' defense limited the Dolphins to one score to lead New York to a 20-6 win on Sunday. >> Box score


The Jets' defense kept the Dolphins off the board for the first three quarters before Jay Cutler connected with DeVate Parker on a three-yard score at the end of the game. 

McCown threw a 69-yard touchdown pass to Robby Anderson with 1:42 in the second quarter to put the Jets up 10-0. Anderson finished with three catches for 95 yards and a touchdown.

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September 24, 2017; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets players lock arms during the national anthem before the game against the Miami Dolphins at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports (Kyle Terada)
September 24, 2017; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets players lock arms during the national anthem before the game against the Miami Dolphins at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports (Kyle Terada)

Jets players locked arms during the national anthem on Sunday ahead of their game against the Dolphins.

Acting owner Christopher Johnson and general manager Mike Maccagnan joined the players by locking arms with them on the field.

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New York Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson (96) celebrates with teammates during the first half of an NFL football game against the Buffalo Bills Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017, in Orchard Park, N.Y. (AP Photo/Adrian Kraus) (Adrian Kraus/AP)
New York Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson (96) celebrates with teammates during the first half of an NFL football game against the Buffalo Bills Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017, in Orchard Park, N.Y. (AP Photo/Adrian Kraus) (Adrian Kraus/AP)

DE Muhammad Wilkerson and TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins will suit up for the Jets' Week 3 game against the Dolphins

Wilkerson missed practices during the week with a shoulder injury after suffering a shoulder injury during the team's Week 2 loss to the Raiders. TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins will return following his two-game suspension at the beginning of the season.

QB Christian Hackenberg, WR Chad Hansen, CB Derrick Jones, S Rontez Miles, OL Brian Winters, TE Eric Tomlinson, and TE Jordan Leggett are inactive.

 

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Bowles stresses execution, tempo 00:01:10
Todd Bowles tells Jeane Coakley what he's expecting to see from his team in its home opener at MetLife Stadium.

 

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NFL's response to Trump 00:03:00
Mike Westhoff, Ray Lucas and Willie Colon weigh in on the national conversation regarding athletes' right to protest.

Jets RB Matt Forte and T Kelvin Beachum were among NFL players who retweeted posts criticizing President Trump's comments on Friday about NFL players who kneel for the national anthem.

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Jets Pre Game Live breaks down what role emotions will play in the Jets' home opener against Miami.

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THE GAME

The Miami Dolphins (1-0) at the Jets (0-2) at the Meadowlands on Sunday, Sept. 24, at 1 p.m. ET.


Coverage on SNY:

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SNY NFL Insider Ralph Vacchiano discusses his three keys to a Jets' victory vs. the Miami Dolphins in Week 3.

SNY NFL Insider Ralph Vacchiano discusses his three keys to a Jets victory over the Miami Dolphins in Week 3.

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In the latest episode of The Jet Stream, Jonas Schwartz and Willie Colon look back at the Week 2 loss in Oakland, and discuss what the Jets need to do to secure their first win of the season. Later, Jonas and Willie debut two of the show's newest segments, "Willie's Story Time" and "How being an NFL player is better than being you."

Click below to listen!

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 (Stan Szeto)
(Stan Szeto)

Jets CB Buster Skrine was fined $24,309 after being penalized for a helmet-to-helmet hit against the Raiders. 

In the third quarter, Skrine picked up on a short pass to RB DeAndre Washington, but he caught Washington with his helmet first resulting in a penalty that set up a 43-yard touchdown for the Raiders. 

The Raiders had four personal fouls in the game, but none were fined. 

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Jeane Coakley and Jets' tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins discuss playing for the first time since December and how he can help the team.

 

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(Rick Scuteri/AP)

G Brian Winters and TE Eric Tomlinson (knee) are out for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, the Jets announced Friday.

Either Dakota Dozier or Brent Qvale will start at RG for Winters, Jets head coach Todd Bowles told reporters.

TE Jordan Leggett (knee) and S Rontez Miles (eye) are doubtful.

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(Brad Penner)

The Jets re-signed KR/WR Kalif Raymond to their practice squad after cutting him earlier in the week.

Raymond muffing a punt during the Jets' loss to the raiders in Oakland.

"He's got some tools to develop," coach Todd Bowles said on Thursday. "There are some things we like about him with his speed and catch radius as a receiver, so he's worth bringing back."

Bowles indicated Raymond would likely remain on the practice squad but added that there's still a chance he could make the active roster.

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GEICO SportsNite: Jets' RBs 00:00:47
According to offensive coordinator John Morton and Matt Forte, the Jets are looking to utilize all three running backs in their home opener.

 

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Jets Game Plan: Moving forward 00:03:58
The panel breaks down the positives and negatives from Sunday's game and how the Jets can learn from that loss and work towards a win.

 

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(Brad Penner)

The Jets have signed DE David Bass and cut LB Freddie Bishop to make room on the roster.

Bass, who was selected 233rd by the Raiders in the 2013 NFL Draft, had been released by the Seahawks on Tuesday.

Bishop had been signed from the practice squad to the active roster last week.

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GEICO SportsNite: Jets 00:02:02
Jeane Coakley talks with quarterback Josh McCown about the Jets' home opener and with CEO Christopher Johnson about Todd Bowles' future.

 

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It's been a tough two weeks of the season for Jets linebacker Darron Lee, and head coach Todd Bowles wants to see more out of the second-year player. 

Standing at 6-foot-1 and 231 pounds, Lee has looked overmatched at times during the Jets' first two games this year. So far Lee has 12 tackles and one sack. 

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New York Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson (96) looks to the fans prior to the game against the Buffalo Bills at New Era Field. (Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports)
New York Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson (96) looks to the fans prior to the game against the Buffalo Bills at New Era Field. (Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports)

Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson (bruised shoulder) did not participate in Wednesday's practice, but he believes he'll be ready to play against the Dolphins on Sunday. 

Wilkerson suffered the injury during last week's matchup in Oakland, but does not think the bruise is too serious. Head coach Todd Bowles also said he doesn't believe the injury will keep Wilkerson out of action. 

Below is the rest of the Jets' injury report from Wednesday's practice: 

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(Brad Penner)

Christopher Johnson, the Jets' acting owner as his brother Woody Johnson serves as Ambassador to the United Kingdom under President Donald Trump, says the team isn't tanking.

"It couldn't be further from the truth," Johnson told reporters on Wednesday. "I want to win every game. Every player in that locker room wants to win. What you're seeing, I think, are growing pains. These are young guys. There are some older guys on the team. Some of them, they're doing an extraordinary job. But I think you're going to see this team get better and better and better. That's what I'm looking for. And we are definitely not tanking."

The Jets, who have started the season 0-2 and are expected to have one ot the worst records in the NFL this season, trimmed the roster of the majority of their veterans during the offseason.

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Dec 11, 2016; Green Bay, WI, USA; Green Bay Packers defensive end Datone Jones (95) during the game against the Seattle Seahawks at Lambeau Field. Green Bay won 38-10. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports (Jeff Hanisch)
Dec 11, 2016; Green Bay, WI, USA; Green Bay Packers defensive end Datone Jones (95) during the game against the Seattle Seahawks at Lambeau Field. Green Bay won 38-10. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports (Jeff Hanisch)

The Jets held workouts with six players on Tuesday, reports NFL Insider Adam Caplan.

The team worked out wide receivers Corey "Philly" Brown, Josh Huff, and Paul Turner; defensive ends Datone Jones and Alex McCalister; and defensive tackle Stefan Charles.

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Sep 17, 2017; Oakland, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders running back DeAndre Washington (33) picks up a first down before being tackled by New York Jets outside linebacker Darron Lee (58) in the first quarter at Oakland Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports (Cary Edmondson)
Sep 17, 2017; Oakland, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders running back DeAndre Washington (33) picks up a first down before being tackled by New York Jets outside linebacker Darron Lee (58) in the first quarter at Oakland Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports (Cary Edmondson)

The Jets defense may have allowed 45 points to the Raiders this past Sunday, but they are not embarrassed as they believe the unit as taken positive steps forward. 

The Raiders racked up 410 total yards as they had both the run and pass game working in their home opener. Though it was a bad performance, LB Darron Lee spoke about why there were no heads hung in the locker room following the game. 

Bent, theJetsBlog.com Follow on Twitter: The Jets surprisingly hung around for the better part of three quarters, but eventually the game slipped away from them and the Raiders came away with the anticipated blowout win. Aside from a couple of ill-timed turnovers, the run defense was the biggest issue in yesterday's game...

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The Jets surprisingly hung around for the better part of three quarters, but eventually the game slipped away from them and the Raiders came away with the anticipated blowout win. Aside from a couple of ill-timed turnovers, the run defense was the biggest issue in yesterday's game.

Let's break down the performances on the defensive side of the ball from the Jets' 45-20 loss to the Raiders in Week 2...

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Latest look at the next Jets QB 00:00:44
SNY.tv takes a look at how the top collegiate quarterbacks did on the field last weekend.

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Another loss for the Jets, another step closer to the No. 1 overall pick in the 2018 draft.

Of course, even if they don't land the top spot they seem sure to land something in the Top 10, where they'll have a shot at one of the many top college quarterbacks available. Here's a look at some of them, and how their stock has risen or fallen from last week...

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(Stan Szeto)

Jets WR Jermaine Kearse notched his first touchdowns with the team in the loss to the Raiders on Sunday. 

Kearse and another Jets newcomer, QB Josh McCown, have found chemistry early this season. McCown found the 27-year-old seven times for 59 yards in the season opener against the Bills. 

Bent, theJetsBlog.com Follow on TwitterKearse continued his strong start as a Jet by leading them with 64 yards on four catches, including two touchdowns. He showed some veteran smarts with a subtle push-off on the first touchdown and made a tough catch with a defender draped over him for his other score. However, his other three catches -- one of which was negated by a penalty -- were short of the first down marker. >> Read more about the receivers and the Jets' offensive performance in Bent's Game Analysis.

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(Stan Szeto)

After putting up 38 total yards in their season opener, the Jets' run game saw an increase in production in loss to the Raiders Sunday. 

Veteran RB Matt Forte was the leader of the running back committee after posting a dismal 16 yards on six carries against the Bills last week. He posted 53 yards on nine carries with his longest being a 16-yard gain.

Bent, theJetsBlog.com Follow on Twitter: After a disappointing first game, the Jets had more success with their running game this week, as three backs combined for 95 yards on 21 carries.

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Sep 17, 2017; Oakland, CA, USA; New York Jets wide receiver Jermaine Kearse (10) catches the ball for a touchdown against Oakland Raiders cornerback David Amerson (29). (Stan Szeto)
Sep 17, 2017; Oakland, CA, USA; New York Jets wide receiver Jermaine Kearse (10) catches the ball for a touchdown against Oakland Raiders cornerback David Amerson (29). (Stan Szeto)

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The Jets surprisingly hung around for the best part of three quarters, but eventually the game slipped away from them and the Raiders came away with the anticipated blowout win. Aside from a couple of ill-timed turnovers, the run defense was the biggest issue in yesterday's game.

However, we're going to break down the performances on the offensive side of the ball first...

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Sep 17, 2017; Oakland, CA, USA; New York Jets quarterback Josh McCown (15) prepares to throw a pass against the Oakland Raiders in the third quarter at Oakland Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports (Cary Edmondson)
Sep 17, 2017; Oakland, CA, USA; New York Jets quarterback Josh McCown (15) prepares to throw a pass against the Oakland Raiders in the third quarter at Oakland Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports (Cary Edmondson)

Jets QB Josh McCown threw for his first touchdowns as a Jet in the team's 45-20 loss to the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. 

McCown was held without a passing touchdown in the season opener against the Bills, but he made up for it with two in Oakland. However, it wouldn't be enough as the Raiders racked up points in front of their hometown fans. 

Bent, theJetsBlog.com Follow on TwitterOn paper, McCown had a very good game. He came away with two touchdown passes and a 113.1 quarterback rating and even contributed 31 yards on the ground. However, there were a series of mistakes that are not reflected in his passing numbers...

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Sep 17, 2017; Oakland, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch (24) dances on the sideline as wide receiver Michael Crabtree (15) watches during a break in the action against the New York Jets in the fourth quarter at Oakland Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports (Cary Edmondson)
Sep 17, 2017; Oakland, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch (24) dances on the sideline as wide receiver Michael Crabtree (15) watches during a break in the action against the New York Jets in the fourth quarter at Oakland Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports (Cary Edmondson)

Jets linebacker Jordan Jenkins was not happy with how Raiders RB Marshawn Lynch danced during Sunday's 45-20 loss to the Oakland Raiders at Oakland Coliseum.

Jenkins, who was upset at the way the Jets lost, didn't like seeing Lynch dancing and celebrating on the sideline after Oakland took a 35-13 lead on Jalen Richard's 52-yard touchdown run.

"I'm an old-school guy," Jenkins said, according to NJ.com's Darryl Slater. "I don't like when things like that happen. That was embarrassing, losing like that, and to have Marshawn dancing like that. Seeing that happen, that should infuriate the whole [Jets] team. It should infuriate everybody. And we should have to have a good response coming into next Sunday." 

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