If attractive, well-played football is your cup of tea, Monday night's game between the Jets and Dolphins wasn't for you.
If you simply wanted to see the Jets win a game, put an end to their three-game losing streak and restore some of the hope that washed away during said streak, however, then you got what you wanted. The Jets weren't pretty and they struggled far too much against an awful Dolphins team, but they did get a 24-6 win to stanch the bleeding and even their record at 3-3.
As we said earlier on Monday, that result was the only thing that mattered on Monday night. Expecting the Jets to fix all of the problems that led to those three losses was foolish, all you could hope is that enough of them would be tamed so that the Jets could move forward.
Mission accomplished, although it took a while for the wheels to get in motion. The offense was as bad as it has ever been through most of the first half -- four straight three-and-outs -- and the defense made both Reggie Bush and ...