New York Jets quarterback Michael Vick (1) throws the ball...

New York Jets quarterback Michael Vick (1) throws the ball in the first half of an NFL game against the Kansas City Chiefs in Kansas City, Mo., Sunday, Nov. 2, 2014. Credit: AP / Colin E. Braley



Michael Vick had a quarterback rating of 105.7, was efficient in the passing game (21-for-28 for 196 yards and a touchdown) and didn't have any turnovers. But 10 points doesn't cut it. Eric Decker's 3-yard score was the unit's sole TD. The offensive line gave up three sacks of Vick. The Jets finally had a Chris Johnson sighting. He finished with 11 carries for 69 yards, including a 21-yard run on the Jets' TD drive. Percy Harvin starred with 11 catches for 129 yards.



The Jets' cornerback situation is a mess and the defensive lapses keep piling up. The unit was able to hold Alex Smith to 199 passing yards and running back Jamaal Charles to 78 rushing yards and a TD. But the Chiefs were 8-for-13 on third down and 3 of 4 in the red zone. And, as we've seen, Rex Ryan's musical chairs rotation of his defensive backs hasn't yielded positive results.



Harvin also added a spark on special teams with a 65-yard kickoff return. But the Jets allowed the Chiefs' De'Anthony Thomas to break free on a 78-yard kickoff return to set up Travis Kelce's second-quarter TD. Nick Folk nailed a 39-yard field goal, improving to 15-for-16 this season.



Each week, Ryan needlessly burns timeouts. Silly penalties continue to plague this team. Instead of taking a shot at the end zone at the end of the second quarter trailing 21-7, the Jets settled for the Folk field goal.

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