Jets' Unexpected Loss: In a surprising turn of events, the New York Jets faced a humiliating 34-13 defeat against the Dolphins.
Late First-Half Drama: Despite trailing 10-6, the Jets had a glimmer of hope with a remarkable play by cornerback Brandin Echols and an interception by D.J. Reed.
Hail Mary Backfire: In a last-ditch effort just before halftime, the Jets tried a Hail Mary pass, only for it to go horribly wrong.
Tim Boyle's Struggle: Tim Boyle, replacing the struggling Zach Wilson, couldn't change the Jets' fortune. The team's offense continued to falter under his leadership.
Offensive Woes: The Jets had been struggling offensively, with only one touchdown in their previous 46 possessions before the game.
Desperate Coaching Move: Head coach Robert Saleh inserted Boyle into the lineup in a desperate attempt to ignite the offense, but the results were not promising.
Garbage-Time Touchdown: The Jets managed to score a late touchdown in garbage time, cutting the lead to 27-13, but it was too little, too late.
Uncertain Quarterback Situation: With Boyle now 0-4 as an NFL starter, questions arose about the quarterback situation.
Saleh was non-committal about potential changes, leaving uncertainty about who would start in the upcoming game against Atlanta.