Jets offense hits another low: 'Zero points? We've got too much talent for that'

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The Jets offense, after being shut out by the Broncos on Sunday afternoon, are averaging a putrid 6.6 points per game.

The offense, led by Zach Wilson’s tough start to his rookie season, once again struggled to put anything together on Sunday, getting shut out after managing just six points in a loss to the Patriots the week before. New York totaled just 162 yards of offense, while accumulating 89 penalty yards.

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