In case you missed it, the Jets hammered the final nail in their coffin with one of the worst displays of football this side of the infamous butt-fumble.
During Monday night's 14-10 loss to the Titans, starting quarterback Mark Sanchez was his usual dismal self. Check that -- he was worse.
Sanchez completed just 13 passes for 131 yards, tossed four ridiculously bad interceptions and mathematically eliminated the Jets from playoff contention with a fumble on the game's final play.
All that added up to a miserable 32.6 passer rating, which was outdone by his high-profile backup.
Predetermined to enter the game on the Jets' third series, Tim Tebow was under center for a handful of plays, attempting one pass (incomplete) and rushing three times for 15 yards. Yet, if you could believe it, Tebow technically finished with a higher rating than Sanchez -- by a whole seven points.
The proof is in the pudding (in this case, the following image).
In his postgame press conference...