The expectations for offense were low heading into this game.
But Byron Pringle and Chase Claypool weren’t hearing it.
And neither was Trevor Siemian.
First, it was a connection to Claypool against Sauce Gardner:
And then it was Pringle popping out of the back of the end zone for the score:
The vaunted Jets defense just gave up a 9-play, 71-yard touchdown drive to a backup QB — who wasn’t even going to start because of an oblique injury. Guess that oblique feels better now. A 10-7 lead usually helps things feel better than you’d otherwise expect.