"We'll put him out there with the ones next week," Ryan said of Jarrett. "You talk about playing like a Jet, that guy was in there and he did a tremendous job of hitting, communicating. I really liked the way he stepped up."
Obomanu led the Green & White with four receptions, all but one in the second half, and a game-leading 59 receiving yards in helping QB
Ryan also left no doubt about where he thought was the Jets' biggest issue in Friday's 26-17 loss to the Lions.
"Obviously, we've got to do a heck of a lot of improving. I think the biggest factor in the game was 11 penalties," the Jets head coach said. "When you keep putting yourself in first-and-20's, behind the sticks, that makes it extremely difficult."
“We didn’t play the type of ball that we know we can play,” T D’Brickashaw Ferguson said. “We’ve got to make sure that we continue to focus on the small details and improve our game next week.”
The Jets actually were hit with 13 yellow flags, with only 11 of them being marked off for 85 yards. They led to three first-and-20's plus a second-and-16 and a second-and-29. Rookie T
Kellen Back in the Swing
"I just got open and did my job," Winslow said. "Mark put it right on the money and I broke a tackle. I should've broken the other tackle, too."
Yardage Highs and Lows
The Jets totaled 317 gross passing yards at Detroit, the first time they were over 300 yards in a preseason game since throwing for 306 vs. New Orleans and 318 at Green Bay in the first two games of the 2000 preseason.
On the other hand, their 37 rushing yards for the night against the Lions were their lowest since they rushed for 26 yards in their 1982 game against the Giants.
Even-Steven for Kickers
Not much separation was evident in the Jets' two kicking competitions.
In the punting area, it was also even.