It has been a tough few weeks for Sam Darnold, but the Jets are not deviating from their plan for their rookie quarterback -- for now.
The 21-year-old had by far his worst performance of the season on Sunday, throwing four interceptions, including a pick-six, in a 13-6 loss to the Dolphins to fall to 3-6.
Darnold now has seven interceptions compared to two touchdowns in his last three games and it prompted head coach Todd Bowles to be asked whether or not he would consider benching the quarterback.
"Not at this time, no," he said, per SNY's Ralph Vacchiano.
Darnold's regression has resulted in a three-game losing streak for the Jets but the rookie took full accountability for the most recent lost against a division rival.
"I thought I played stupid football," Darnold said on Monday. "I've just got to be better. I know that. The coaches know it. Everybody knows it."
Darnold will get another chance to change the course next Sunday at home against the Bills -- the only team in their division with a worse record -- before the team heads into its bye week.