Jets owner Christopher Johnson declined comment on the job status of head coach Todd Bowles after Sunday's humiliation at the hands of the Bills.
And shortly after, Bowles spoke about the 41-10 loss that sealed the Jets' fate this season and may have sealed his fate as someone who's on the way out the door.
"We stunk it up as coaches. We stunk it up as players," Bowles said. "Everybody played bad. Everybody coached bad."
In a game where it's fair to wonder if the team quit on Bowles, as SNY's Ralph Vacchiano wrote, the Jets were terrible in all facets. That included Josh McCown, who was under constant pressure and threw two interceptions. But Bowles said he never considered turning to backup Davis Webb.
Bowles, who has been under fire all week, added that "everything that could've went wrong, went wrong."
"It was a disappointing loss. It was tough. We haven't been involved in one of these in a long time," Bowles added. But he wouldn't take the bait when asked if this was "rock bottom." Instead, he said every loss -- no matter the score -- is rock bottom.
When asked whether he was worried about his job, Bowles gave his typical answer.
"I don't worry about my job," he said. "I don't talk about my job. ... that's the business when you sign up for it."
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