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After losing superstar quarterback Aaron Rodgers to an Achilles injury in Week 1 and getting the best of the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium, there was no telling what kind of team the New York Jets would be moving forward.
In Week 2, the competition only got tougher for the Jets, with Rodgers officially ruled out for the season and New York facing arguably the best defense in the NFL.
The Dallas Cowboys put on a clinic against the New York Giants and followed it up with another solid performance in Week 2 at the expense of the Jets, as New York had no answer for Micah Parsons and company, which led to a 30-10 loss.
After the Jets suffered their first loss of the season, some off-the-filed drama began to circulate, with second-year running back Breece Hall letting it be known that he’s not happy with his usage, via Connor Hughes of SNY.
This quote from #Jets RB Breece Hall to reporters is a little eye-opening. Not time to panic yet, but it reminds me of when Quincy Enunwa said “I don’t call the plays” after a loss.
“I mean, I only got four touches. That’s why we struggled. It is what it is. We just got down… pic.twitter.com/vSBeEM9itz
— Connor Hughes (@Connor_J_Hughes) September 18, 2023
With the Cowboys playing at an elite level on the defensive side of the football with arguably the best defensive player leading the way in Parsons, most teams aren’t going to have much success on the ground or through the air.
Ironically, the leading rusher in the game for New York was quarterback Zach Wilson, who rushed for 36 yards on five carries.
Hall’s frustration definitely has some merit, as he and veteran back Dalvin Cook should have more than four carries in a game, but Dallas is a different beast altogether, as it was clear the Jets weren’t going to move the ball on the ground in Week 2.
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