The struggles of the New York Jets' offense is well-documented. New York is No. 25 in the NFL offensively after four games.
But Jets coach Rex Ryan jokingly turned the spotlight on the New England Patriots' offense during Wednesday's conference call with the Patriots' media.
"You talk about our offense ... I think their offense is struggling," Ryan said, according to Ian Rapoport of the Boston Herald. "[It's] only second in the league."
New England is leading the NFL in total offense at 507.5 yards per game but tied (33.8) for second in scoring with the Detroit Lions (33.8).
Ryan knows Patriots (3-1) quarterback Tom Brady & Co. will be motivated after last season's playoff loss to New York. The Jets (2-2) took control of the game in the fourth quarter and held on for the, 28-21, upset victory.