Another game, another loss for the New York Jets. Today, the Seattle Seahawks blew out the Jets by a score of 40-3.
Gang Green fans only have to go through this misery for three more games.
The Jets received the ball to open the game. They also received some offensive momentum in their favor. It only took four plays for Gang Green to drive into Seattle territory. The drive ended on a 45-yard field goal from Sergio Castillo. 3-0 Jets.
The Seahawks responded in no time. On just three plays, the offense found themselves in Jets territory. On the final first down of the drive, Russell Wilson unleashed a missile to a wide-open Freddie Swain for the touchdown. 7-3 Jets.
The Jets responded with a three-and-out.
New York then responded with a pedestrian four-play drive leading to another punt.
The Seahawks ended the drive at the Jets’ six-yard line.
The first play of the second quarter culminated in a touchdown reception made by D.K. Metcalf. 14-3 Seahawks
The Jets then started with the ball at their own 30-yard line. The first play culminated in a lost fumble by Frank Gore. The Seahawks recovered.
With momentum on their side, Seattle converted off of the turnover with a 41-yard field goal made by Jason Myers. 17-3 Seahawks
The Jets started their drive on the Seahawks 30 yard line thanks to a 66-yard kick return from Corey Ballentine. However, the momentum ceased when Sergio Castillo missed a 37-yard field goal.
Seattle then punted on the next drive.
The Jets would try their luck again, marching into Seattle territory on just 11 plays. Ultimately, Sergio Castillo missed yet another field goal.
The Seahawks saw this as momentum on their side. The momentum translated when Seattle scored on a five-yard touchdown run from Chris Carson. Jason Myers missed the extra point. 23-3 Seahawks
Then, the Jets missed another field goal, attempting to score at the half.
To open the half, the Seahawks wasted no time marching down the field. The 11-play, 75-yard drive culminated with an 11-yard touchdown reception from tight end Will Dissly. 30-3 Seahawks
The Jets then went three-and-out.
The Seahawks wouldn’t stop firing away. Their next drive ended in a three-yard touchdown reception from wide receiver David Moore. 37-3 Seahawks
The Jets went three-and-out again.
The Seahawks capped the scoring with a field goal from Jason Myers to seal the deal at 40-3. Geno Smith replaced Russell Wilson. The Jets’ offense made no effort to score at all.