AFC East

Jets vs. Jaguars Recap

Jets Vs. Jaguars Recap
Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports

Final Score:

Jets: 26

Jaguars: 21

It might not have been pretty but the Jets got their fourth win of the season over the Jaguars. Let’s take a look at the Jets vs. Jaguars recap.

The Good:

Braxton Berrios stepped up when the Jets needed him most. With Both Elijah Moore and Corey Davis on the injured reserve and Jamison Crowder on the covid list, the Jets needed a playmaker. Berrios stepped up, he was the teams leading receiver and had a great day on special teams including a 102-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.

Micael Carter had another great day at the office. Carter rushed 16 times for 118 yards which is the first time since last year around this time a Jets running back had over 100 yards rushing. Carter looked great again today and even had a 38-yard run to set up the game-clinching field goal.

Jason Pinnock took advantage of the opportunity at safety. The Jets were scrambling to find safeties this week and Pinnock started and played well doing so. One play that stood out was an open deep ball from Trevor Lawrence to Marvin Jones but Pinnock was able to close in and break up the pass.

The Bad:

The main negative from the Jets win today has to be their spot in the draft. With the Texans win over the Chargers a Jets loss would have moved them up to picking second. The win keeps them picking fourth at least at the moment.

Zach Wilson is slowly but surely improving. Wilson had two highlight plays and ran the ball well but it is still not all there for him. It would have been nice to see a big game from Wilson after returning from his injury. This seemed like the last real chance for that with only the Buccaneers and Bills left on the Jets schedule. This is not bad as much as unfortunate with Wilson’s top three receivers as well as two guards being out it was always going to be difficult.

Final Thoughts:

It feels like every year in the final four or five games of the season there is the same debate with the Jets. Is it better to win games or lose them to get a better draft pick? It is a tough question but the Jets have a lot of draft picks so missing out on a top-two pick is not the end of the world.

For the Jets to win without several players and their head coach being out because of either injury or covid shows the foundation that Robert Saleh is building.

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