New York Jets: Three takeaways from the loss to the Falcons

New York Jets: Three takeaways from the loss to the Falcons

New York Jets: Three takeaways from the loss to the Falcons

The Falcons are in the hunt for the NFC South crown and their next challenge comes against a scrappy Jets team. With more consistency on offense, the defenders had the opportunity to rest on the sidelines, and it showed in the fourth quarter.

Next up for the Jets is home game against the division rival Bills on Thursday night. Both misses - from 46 and 48 yards - led to touchdowns for the Falcons.

Atlanta put up a field goal and a touchdown to take their first lead of the game.

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"You've got a job of trying to catch the ball and make a play", Kerley said. "That part of the game felt real familiar in terms of everybody just being assignment-sound, doing their jobs, not stepping out of the gaps to go make a play. It definitely changed the momentum". The final tally was 37 passes and 21 runs.

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But Ryan again fumbled the ball, and the Jets recovered. With so many receiving options ahead of him on the Jets from Kearse, Anderson, Seferian-Jenkins, and even running backs Matt Forte, Bilal Powell who are used as eligible receivers out of the backfield, it's hard to trust Kerley this week.

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Quinn had nothing but praise for the run defense, which held the Jets to a season-low 43 yards on 22 carries. There should've been at least one person getting 20 carries, the way the weather was. "I mean, we're going to handle that".

"I only had four carries this game, so I don't really think we ran the ball enough with the weather being the way it was", said Forte.

"You know what? I'm looking forward to playing Carolina because they're the next team we play", Jones said.

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But despite his disagreements, Forte says he was not ready to be confrontational with offensive coordinator John Morton.

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