The Jets offense was undoubtedly better with quarterback Sam Darnold in Week 6 as the team picked up their first win of the year over the Dallas Cowboys, 24-22.
Wide receiver Jamison Crowder was one of the biggest beneficiaries of Darnold's return.
"It was great. The offense, I just felt like we were able to move the football," Crowder said following the win.
The last time Crowder had Darnold throwing him the ball in Week 1 against the Bills, he had 14 catches for 99 yards. In the ensuing three games without Darnold, Crowder had eight total catches for 75 yards combined.
Against the Cowboys he didn't have 14 catches, but it was still a much better day at the office. Crowder had six catches for 98 yards.
Still, Crowder remained grounded after the game, acknowledging there's still things to work on.
"There's still some improvements that need to be made, but I feel like we were able to move the football down the field for the most part," Crowder said.
For more from Crowder, see the attached video above for his one-on-one interview with SNY's Jeannie Coakley inside the Jets locker room after the win.