The Jets lose a big one to the Minnesota Vikings yesterday by a score of 37-17 in a game where the Jets couldn’t get anything going and just kept shooting themselves in the foot with turnovers, penalties, and bad game management. It was a very disappointing game for the green and white, but what the biggest takeaways from this game were the fact that this team is hurting on both sides because of their injuries at wide receivers and cornerbacks. Buster Skrine, Trumaine Johnson, and Marcus Maye didn’t play yesterday which they were missed because Adam Thielen had a big game as he caught 9 passes for 110 yards and a touchdown. The offense didn’t look any better as there was a bunch of miscommunications between Darnold and his receivers as they had to start returner Andre Roberts because Enunwa will be sidelined for about a month. What was sought out to be two of the strongest positions on this team is now the weakest because they lack depth. Sam Darnold didn’t have his best game, as he looked inaccurate but not all of it is his fault there was a ton of miscommunication between him and the receiversThe Jets will be going on the road to take on the Chicago Bears who has given up at least 30 points in back to back games. It will be another tough game for the Jets on both sides if they can’t get some of their players back, it will be another long game and not to mention that they have to run the football to make sure Darnold doesn’t throw 42 passes this game.