The Jets' defense will hold a players-only meeting on Friday in an effort to rectify issues stemming from the team's loss to the Jaguars on Sunday, S Jamal Adams said on Tuesday on WFAN.
Adams said the meetings will be held not just once, but every week "just to get on the same page so we get out there and fly around and win ballgames."
Darron Lee and Avery Williamson said after Sunday's game that they failed when it came to "passing off" receivers in their zones, according to ESPN.
The Jets fell into an 18-0 hole before mustering 12 points in the second half. Although the Jaguars scored the first five times in the game, the Jets' defense held Jackonsville to a field goal three of the first four times. But the Jaguars scored a pair of touchdowns in the second half, including a 67-yard pass from Blake Bortles to Donte Moncrief.
After four games, the Jets rank 14th in the NFL in total defense and 13th in total points allowed.