Jets offensive coordinator John Morton came under criticism in the wake of the Jets 35-27 loss to the Panthers after he called three consecutive unsuccessful passing plays from the Panthers' one-yard line.
Morton doubled down on his playcalling, asserting that he doesn't second-guess himself.
"I don't second-guess myself," Morton said, via Daily News. "I was taught to trust your preparation. That's what I did. That's the reason those plays were called in that certain situation."
Instead of blaming his offense, Morton gave credit to the resilient Panthers defense.
"They just played good defense," Morton said. "That's a good defense down there, that's tough down there with what they did. They got us. But I don't second guess. I stick with my game plan, I was always taught that. Trust your game plan and go with it."
The Jets host the Chiefs at home on Sunday at 1 p.m.