Sam Darnold was honest about what he thought of his past two weeks.
After last Monday's 33-0 loss to the New England Patriots, the second-year quarterback struggled in Sunday's 29-15 defeat at the hands of the Jacksonville Jaguars.
As the Jets (1-6) search for answers with the winless Miami Dolphins (0-6) on deck next Sunday in Week 9, Darnold expects better from himself after throwing three interceptions.
"Yeah, two of my worst games ever," Darnold said of his performances against the Patriots and Jaguars, where he combined for seven interceptions. "So it's hard. But at the same time, I've just got to come back to work next week."
Darnold completed 21 of 30 passes (70.0 percent) for 218 yards and two touchdowns -- a major improvement from his 11-for-32 outing (34.4 percent) with 86 yards and no scores -- but he fell victim to turnovers yet again.
The decimated offensive line was at blame as well after Darnold took eight sacks for 51 yards, but the Jets still had chances to get back in the game.
Darnold's last two interceptions -- both in the fourth quarter -- buried the Jets' late opportunities to overcome the Jaguars' 22-15 edge.
"It's part of the job," Darnold said. "I'm more pissed off about how I've played these past couple of weeks. It's embarrassing and it's not my style of football."
Through four starts, Darnold has completed 83 of 135 passes (61.5 percent) for 817 yards and five touchdowns to eight interceptions.