Jets QB Ryan Fitzpatrick threw six interceptions during the Jets' 24-3 loss to the Chiefs in Kansas City on Sunday.
Along with the six interceptions were multiple passes that were nearly picked off.
After the game, Fitzpatrick said he's focused on Week 4.
"I didn't play well. When I don't play well like I did today, then we're going to have a hard time winning games," Fitzpatrick said after the game. "That's the nature of the NFL and the nature of being a quarterback. I have to forget about this one, move on and show up next week. It's hard and it hurts, it hurts for me to play that poorly, but fortunately and unfortunately I've played bad before and I know how to rebound from it."
Fitzpatrick threw one interception in the first half and five in the second half, with one being returned for a touchdown.
Head coach Todd Bowles said after the game that Fitzpatrick is still the starting quarterback, adding that he never considered pulling him and that the trust level is the same.
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His shocking lack of self-awareness led him to keep forcing throws over and over again in the second half, with each of the final five Jets' possessions ending with a Fitzpatrick interception, giving him six overall. It didn't even need to come down to that, though. Fitzpatrick didn't need to keep trying to force throws into tight windows, which was basically the reason for nearly all of those interceptions and a couple more that easily could have also been picked.
The Jets were in a position to score on several occasions, and the gameplan every time seemed to be to force a throw into tight coverage and hope that a wide receiver would make a play on the ball. They didn't >> Read more at my BGA: Jets Offense for Week 3.