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Adam Gase Has Brutally Honest Comment After Jets' Loss

Adam Gase looks on at New York Jets practice.

FLORHAM PARK, NJ - JUNE 04: Head coach Adam Gase of the New York Jets looks on during mandatory mini camp at The Atlantic Health Jets Training Center on June 4, 2019 in Florham Park, New Jersey. (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images)

The New York Jets fell to 0-3 on the season with today's 30-14 loss to the New England Patriots. The score would have been worse if not for the Jets' defense and special teams.

Both of New York's touchdowns were of the non-offensive kind. Star safety Jamal Adams returned a Jarrett Stidham interception for a touchdown and the Jets fell on a muffed punt in the end zone.

Offensively, it was ugly. New York couldn't get anything going, finishing with just 105 yards of total offense.

Afterwards, Jets head coach Adam Gase didn't pull any punches about his team's offense.

Now, to be fair to the Jets, the franchise didn't expect its second-year quarterback Sam Darnold to be out of action after one week due to mononucleosis.

Trevor Siemian started in Week 2, with third-stringer Luke Falk getting the call today due to Siemian's season-ending injury.

However, Gase was hired with the hope he would be able to energize the Jets' offense. He's been incredibly conservative through three games, and that's even when Darnold was in the lineup.

In fact, through three games, the Jets' defense has scored more touchdowns (two) than its offense (one). New York's special teams has equaled the offense with today's score on New England punt miscue.