If you were looking for some sort of adjustments from the coaching staff to improve the offense after two weeks to prepare, they were not evident in the first half. The Jets only posted 70 yards of offense and averaged 2.4 yards per snap. The offense actually allowed more points than it scored as Luke Falk threw a pick six on a fourth down play. It was the first of two interceptions for Falk in the first half. Reports came out on Sunday that Falk received no first team reps at practice this week. While nobody knows whether things would have looked different at all had he gotten more practice time, the lack of preparation surely did not help.
It doesn’t seem like there’s much hope for a comeback based on how the offense looks, but here is your second half thread as the Jets look to mount one anyway.