FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- In their last prime-time appearance, the Jets became a national laughingstock, committing five turnovers and allowing 475 total yards in a 49-19 loss to the Patriots.
Who could forget the Thanksgiving Night Massacre?
The Jets get another crack at it with a date on Monday Night Football, a road game against the Titans. This time, S Yeremiah Bell expects a different outcome.
"We were embarrassed the last time we were on national TV and we feel like we've got something to prove," he said Monday in a quiet Jets locker room. "We didn't play good football the first time. This time around, it's going to be different. I think are guys are focused on that."
The level of competition will be a big drop off. The Titans (4-9) have dropped three straight and they're ranked 23rd and 26th in total offense and defense, respectively.