He kept his right hand tucked away in the towel right up until it was time to snap the ball.
For what it's worth, Jets quarterback Josh McCown completed 26 of 33 throws for 257 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. Keep Ryan as your QB1 with confidence this week.
Aside from Atlanta's need to post their first win in the month of October, the Falcons need to maintain a close pace with the current NFC South leaders, New Orleans Saints. "When you're closing games out, you definitely got to be able to run the ball". The final tally was 37 passes and 21 runs. The Jets will next host the Bills on Thursday night.
But Claiborne left in the third quarter with a foot injury, and Jones caught a 53-yard pass to set up a field goal.
The Falcons moved to 4-3 on the season, while the Jets fell to 3-5. "We just tried to stress and make sure everybody is doing their job".
Just eight months ago, they were in the Super Bowl.
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But Ryan again fumbled the ball, and the Jets recovered.
"Outside there was a lot of noise, but not inside", Quinn said.
Bilal Powell had a team-high 14 carries for the Jets, while Forte, who's known to be a mudder, got just four totes. So, when NY finished with just 43 yards on the ground on 22 carries, Forte was a bit confused. "But I would say I was probably more pleased from a pass protection standpoint than all the way finishing through on the run game". (There) should have been at least one person getting 20 carries - something like that - with the way the weather was.
"I thought we had opportunities to create a few more", Quinn said.
Sit Kerley this week and don't even think twice about it. Find any other viable option via the waiver wire since chances are, this will be the weekly case with Kerley unless he either makes some huge plays in the little reps he gets or someone ahead of him gets hurt and his number is called.
It was a bit of a shot - and a surprising one by the usually reserved Forte - at offensive coordinator John Morton.