Muhammad Wilkerson knows how it looked for the New York Jets on Sunday.
And, it wasn't good. At all.
Despite a mistake-filled 37-14 rout at Buffalo, the Jets defensive lineman expects things to get better in a big way. So, don't cancel those postseason plans just yet.
''I think after that game, that wasn't a playoff-caliber team,'' Wilkerson said Tuesday night at a charity event during which he gave out 200 turkeys and Thanksgiving meals.
''I think we're capable of being there. If guys just do their jobs and do their assignments and fix the mental breakdowns that we've been having, I think we'll finish strong and be a playoff team.''
Sure, they played like anything but a team making a postseason push, but the Jets (5-5) still hold the sixth and final playoff spot in the AFC. That's despite being the first team in NFL history to alternate wins and losses through their first 10 games.
''Time isn't running out for us,'' Wilkerson said. ''We know what we've got to do. We've got to...