Geno Smith is having a forgettable afternoon in Nashville, and his 4th turnover was definitely his worst: Under heavy duress – the offensive line has been porous throughout the game – Smith actually tried to move the ball BEHIND HIS BACK from his right hand to his left, at which point he fumbled, and the Titans recovered a touchdown. Instead, Smith should have sat on it like the near-safety.
The behind-the-back move will be heavily scrutinized over the next few hours, while the Jets remain relevant (they’re going to get the snot beat out of them next week in Atlanta, and the 2-1 start will long be forgotten) and surely it will revive the Buttfumble.
If you’re scoring at home, that’s 11 turnovers so far by Smith this season. The Jets are getting pounded by the Titans, 31-13.
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