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.