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1-2, 2nd in AFC East

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets WR Brandon Marshall, commenting on tonight's episode of Showtime's "Inside the NFL," offered his take on Odell Beckham Jr. "What I see is a guy who loves football," Marshall said. "What I see is a guy who is passionate. What I see is a guy who hates losing. What I see is a guy who would run through a brick wall for his teammates. But, what I see is a guy who needs to learn how to control his emotions, because that is what I deal with every single Sunday."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

WR Brandon Marshall presented a $100,000 check on behalf of the Jets and the NYC Department of Education to the city's Public School Athletic League. The donation will pay for the reconditioning of helmets and the formation of a new football program at a Manhattan HS. Marshall announced the launching of "Project Prevent" -- mental training for young athletes through his foundation, Project 375, and Lucid, a mental training and mindfulness app.

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Week 4 Preview, Fantasy Play & Pick'em

Seahawks NFL Nation reporter Sheil Kapadia and Jets NFL Nation reporter Rich Cimini preview the Week 4 matchup, discuss their top potential fantasy play and make their game predictions.

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New York falls in Power Rankings

The number of spots the Jets slid this week is equal to Ryan Fitzpatrick's Total QBR against the Chiefs, and one less than the number of interceptions he threw. Power Rankings

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets are, in fact, bringing in free-agent RB C.J. Spiller tomorrow for a workout, as others have reported. Spiller was cut recently by the Saints. The Jets studied Spiller when he was a free agent in 2015.

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Jets' Fitzpatrick: Hard to face team off 6-INT day

Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick took responsibility for Sunday's loss at Kansas City but also said he hopes his leadership, and that of coach Todd Bowles, can rally the team.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

To make room for TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins, the Jets waived LB Julian Stanford.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets' decision to claim TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins on waivers doesn't add up from a risk-reward standpoint. They don't feature the tight-end position in their offense, so why take a chance on a player with two DUI arrests? The most recent arrest was last Friday, which got him fired from the Bucs. He has $677k remaining on his contract this year, plus another $1.1M next year, none of it guaranteed. Maybe they think he can solve their red-zone issues. Doubt it. Hope he likes to block.

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Jets rookies Jalin Marshall and Lawrence Thomas both went for MRIs today for injured shoulders.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets QB Ryan Fitzpatrick on the day after: "It was so bad and there were so many poor things on my part that happened in that game that you want to put it behind you as fast as you can."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets QB Ryan Fitzpatrick said Todd Bowles gave a speech to the team today that could be "a turning point" in the season.

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Best and worst QB performances from Week 3

Aaron Rodgers threw four first half TDs, Ryan Fitzpatrick had six INTs. Check out the best and worst QBs in Week 3 so far, according to Total QBR.

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Ryan Fitzpatrick's no good, very bad day

The Chiefs' D caught two more of Fitzpatrick's passes than Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker combined on Sunday, taking one back for a TD. K.C. nearly had more INT return yards than Marshall and Decker had receiving yards.

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More turbulence ahead for the Jets?

New York is 1-2 and the slate is awfully tough in the next four weeks, including visits to Pittsburgh and Arizona. Two meetings with the Tom Brady-led Patriots await in the final six weeks of the season.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Some historic lows for Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Jets: The first QB with six INTs and no TD passes since 1989 (Tom Tupa, Cards). Three red-zone INTs in a span of five attempts; had three in previous 192 attempts, dating to 2012. Eight turnovers tied for the second-most in team history, the most since 1976. (Source: ESPN Stats & Info).

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Jets defensive snap count (based on 63): LB -- Lee 63, Harris 63, Jo. Jenkins 30, Mauldin 17; DB -- Gilchrist 63, Skrine 60, Revis 58, Pryor 55, Williams 34, Miles 7, Burris 5, Allen 4; DL -- Wilkerson 62, Williams 57, Richardson 53, McLendon 41, Jenkins 11, Simon 6, Thomas 4. A full day for Lee, as the No. 1 pick replaced the injured Erin Henderson and started in the base. Jordan Jenkins made his NFL debut, bumping Mike Catapano (healthy scratch). Burris made his pro debut on defense.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets offensive snap count (based on 68): WR -- Eric Decker 68, Brandon Marshall 66, Quincy Enunwa 56, Jalin Marshall 25, Robby Anderson 11, Charone Peake 4; RB -- Matt Forte 41, Bilal Powell 28; TE -- Kellen Davis 32, Brandon Bostick 8. So much for Brandon Marshall's snap count. Close to an even split at right tackle: Brent Qvale 36, Ben Ijalana 33. Peake made his debut on offense.

Team Stats

Passing Yards248.718th
Rushing Yards130.77th
Points For20.723rd
Points Against26.021st

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