Week 4 (2-2)

Seattle Seahawks: 7 | New York Jets: 13

Two superb defenses square off at MetLife, effectively producing a low-scoring, gritty, grudge match. With that said, the Jets prove why they have the best defense in football.

New York’s only touchdown comes on a Darrelle Revis pick-six, and the Seahawks do not score after putting up seven points on their opening possession.

Week 5 (2-3)

New York Jets: 17 | Pittsburgh Steelers: 30

The Jets come up empty-handed against one of the best — if not the best — the game has to offer. Revis has a rare clunker against the best wide receiver in the NFL — Antonio Brown.

Gang Green drops to 0-3 on the road as Ben Roethlisberger tears apart the secondary, putting up 400-plus yards.

Week 6 (2-4)

New York Jets: 10 | Arizona Cardinals: 20

An “impossible” stretch comes to an end. New York finishes the tedious six-game swing at a worrisome 2-4 split, including a 0-4 record away from MetLife Stadium.

It is not a matter of the defense not showing up and the Jets do not turn the ball over once, but the offense is simply stonewalled by an eager and purposeful Cardinals defense.

 Next: Weeks 7-9