These Jets are bad, really really bad. Adam Gase and Co. once again got embarrassed on Sunday by the 49ers who never allowed the Jets to even look somewhat competitive. Considering how difficult this season's schedule is, there's absolutely no way Adam Gase will be able to pad the Gang Green's record, as he did it down the stretch last year. How many more pathetic losses will it take for the Johnsons to finally realize that Gase should not be coaching in this league? The end of his tenure just can't come fast enough.
Five out of six pundits once again placed the Gang Green at the bottom of their power rankings. ProFootballTalk still remains the only site that keeps the Gase Circus above the last place. Although they did lower the Jets' ranking from #26 to #29.
Here's what the power rankings websites had to say about the Jets:
ESPN: This is way under the radar, but the rookie running back is expected by team insiders to grow into a prominent role. Don't be surprised if it happens soon. With Le'Veon Bell (hamstring) on IR for two more games, it's Frank Gore and Perine -- and we all know Gore isn't the future. Perine has the explosiveness the Jets desperately need, and he should start to get more carries.
Sporting News: Adam Gase is asking for his team to dismiss him with his bad personnel moves and offense that looks more like debacle than genius.
CBS Sports: This is going to be a long season for this group. There isn't enough talent. How long does Adam Gase get to turn it around?
ProFootballTalk: How lopsided would the game have been if the 49ers hadn’t been ravaged by injuries?
Yahoo Sports: Good to know that Adam Gase is tired of his team getting its “ass beat.” He might want to get used to it. Here’s what they have coming up: at Colts, vs. Broncos, vs. Cardinals, at Chargers, vs. Bills, at Chiefs, vs. Patriots. What is the best possible record after that stretch, 2-7?
NFL.com: Another embarrassing effort by the Jets, this time failing to be competitive at home against a 49ers team ravaged by injuries. Raheem Mostert went 80 yards untouched on the first play from scrimmage. Later -- after both Mostert and Jimmy Garoppolo exited with injuries -- the 49ers picked up 55 yards on a halfback toss on third-and-31. You get the picture. Sam Darnold is helpless playing with a ragtag collection of receivers who would struggle for playing time in the XFL. Adam Gase is lucky no fans are allowed in the Meadowlands this season.