The Jets have had some bad losses during the Todd Bowles era, but it was Sunday's 26-22 defeat to the Titans that elicited such a strong response from the normally reserved Jets head coach.
"This game will stick with me for the rest of my life," he told reporters on Monday.
Bowles, who has never made the playoffs and has had just one winning season in his four-year head coaching career, oversaw his team blow a 16-point lead that they held late in the second quarter to drop their sixth straight game.
The Jets allowed the Titans to gain some momentum with a late touchdown just before halftime and were outscored 20-6 in the second half, as they fall to 3-9 on the season after a 3-3 start.
They were again without their first-round rookie quarterback, Sam Darnold, for the third straight game and failed to score an offensive touchdown in the game with Josh McCown under center -- only finding the end zone on a pick-six via Trumaine Johnson.
Bowles said on Monday that Darnold would practice this week before determining his status vs. the Bills.
The good news? The Jets have an 18 percent chance at landing the top pick in the 2019 NFL draft, per ESPN Sports Analytics.