Blewett’s Blitz is back with another game breakdown, this time analyzing the New York Jets’ disaster in Miami against the Dolphins.
The only thing more painful than watching a terribly-played football game is the experience of painfully combing through the game film. Luckily, Blewett’s Blitz gets that done for you, the New York Jets fan.
This edition features the Jets’ embarrassing 24-0 loss to the Miami Dolphins down south.
From the jump, yet again, nothing worked for this Jets offense. Interestingly, Adam Gase had the right idea early. Attacking the one-on-one coverages downfield is the way to force the defense’s hand early.
Unfortunately, it didn’t work.
On second-and-7, Joe Flacco targeted Breshad Perriman who inexplicably slowed his route. He allowed his eyes to impact the route, which is a no-no for any professional wide receiver.
On third-and-7, Flacco was pressured immediately and tossed up an underthrown ball to Perriman.
After the defense stopped the Dolphins on their first drive, the Jets offense stalled three-and-out once again only to see the Dolphins score seven on their next drive. From there, it was all Brian Flores’s team.
The entire squad looked lifeless. Fortunately, however, there were a couple of positives. Young Quinnen Williams put forth a tremendous effort—despite the fact he was hardly seen or mentioned on the broadcast.
Perriman did eventually rack up a respectable box score output, but not much else was worthy of writing home about.
Join Blewett’s Blitz has he breaks down the New York Jets’ latest disaster: the loss in Miami.