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2017 Schedule
4-6, 3rd in AFC East
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The Butt Fumble that hijacked ESPN's Not Top Ten (2:44)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

On their Thanksgiving-week day off, several Jets players were involved in the community on Tuesday. Josh McCown and Demario Davis served as opposing coaches in a flag football game for military service members at the Ft. Hamilton Army Base in Brooklyn. In Harlem, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Quincy Enunwa and ex-Jet Erik Coleman served a Thanksgiving dinner to 400+ at the Food Bank's Community Kitchen and Food Pantry of West Harlem.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

As expected, former Jets C Kevin Mawae will get another crack at the Pro Football Hall of Fame this year. Mawae, a finalist last year, is among 27 semifinalists, the Hall announced. Steve Atwater, Alan Faneca and Ty Law are others with Jets ties who made the cut. The election will be held Feb. 3.

ESPN Stats & Info

Time for Jets to focus on draft

After a surprising 3-2 start, the Jets have dropped four of their last five and FPI projects them to have less than a 1 percent chance of making the playoffs. But landing a top-10 pick is considerably more likely to happen for New York.

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15hRich Cimini

DA won't prosecute Jets' Mauldin on assault

The Manhattan District Attorney declined to prosecute Jets linebacker Lorenzo Mauldin, who was arrested in June for misdemeanor assault. Mauldin still faces a civil suit, and he could face discipline from the NFL.

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18hESPN

Power Rankings: Jets land at No. 22

The Jets have exceeded all expectations so far, having already matched their preseason FPI projected win total (4). If they lose out, however, we could be singing a different tune.

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One-man play remembers The Butt Fumble (2:34)
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Grading the quarterback play for the Jets

At 38 years old, Josh McCown is having a career year and is the main reason why the Jets have four wins. With a 69 percent completion rate, McCown might have played his way into the team's 2018 plans.

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Happy anniversary to the Butt Fumble (0:47)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Takeaway on Sam Darnold vs Josh Rosen: As a pure passer, Rosen is ahead of Darnold. Rosen made some crazy throws that had scouts buzzing. Darnold can do things that Rosen can't — ie making plays with his feet. Both made critical errors in scoring territory but their NFL traits were obvious. It'll be fascinating if both players declare for the draft.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Thoughts on the first half: UCLA's Josh Rosen outplayed USC's Sam Darnold. At halftime, NFL scouts were buzzing about Rosen's arm talent. He made several NFL-type throws. Darnold impressed with his ability to move in the pocket and extend plays, but he threw an interception (overthrow) and showed a lack of game awareness on a half-ending scramble.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

A bird's eye takeaway on Jets GM Mike Maccagnan: He's thorough and takes a lot of notes. I️ watched him on the field during the pre-game warmups at USC-UCLA. He watched both teams closely from the sideline, scribbling a lot into a notebook — more than the other NFL talent evaluators on the scene.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets might have more reps at USC-UCLA than any other team: GM Mike Maccagnan, VP of personnel Brian Heimerdinger and a scout. The focus, of course, is the two quarterbacks — Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Los Angeles Coliseum, two-plus hours before Sam Darnold vs. Josh Rosen. Twenty NFL teams, including the Jets and Giants, are credentialed for the battle of the top quarterbacks.

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The Butt Fumble, five years later (4:23)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets CB Buster Skrine was fined $48,620 by the league for unnecessary roughness in last week's loss to the Bucs.

Team Stats

Passing Yards205.324th
Rushing Yards101.621st
Points For20.123rd
Points Against22.216th

2017 Draft Picks

RD(PK)PLAYERPOSSCHOOL
1(6)Jamal AdamsSLSU
2(7)Marcus MayeSFlorida
3(15)ArDarius StewartWRAlabama
4(35)Chad HansenWRCalifornia
5(6)Jordan LeggettTEClemson
5(38)Dylan DonahueDEWest Georgia
6(4)Elijah McGuireRBLouisiana-Lafayette
6(13)Jeremy ClarkCBMichigan
6(20)Derrick JonesCBOle Miss