Could The Giants AND Jets Both Go 0-16?

The Jets and Giants are seemingly in a competition to one-up each other in embarrassment, but can they BOTH go 0-16? Going defeated is going to have some to do with who they play, so let’s check out their remaining schedules.

New York Giants

Week 4: @ Rams

Week 5: @ Cowboys

Week 6: Washington

Week 7: @ Philadelphia

Week 8: Tampa

Week 9: @ Washington

Week 10: Philadelphia

Week 11: BYE

Week 12: @ Cincinnati

Week 13: @ Seattle

Week 14: Arizona

Week 15: Cleveland

Week 16: @ Baltimore

Week 17: Dallas

Daniel Jones getting a crack at the NFC East (The Worst division in football, maybe ever) might derail the 0-16 campaign. Hard to believe, regardless of roster, that ANY team could get swept by the teams in that division. That game with Philly week 7 can’t get here soon enough considering that staff can’t win a game either.

The Giants will probably derail the dual 0-16 seasons, but it could get interesting.

New York Jets

Week 4: Broncos

Week 5: Arizona

Week 6: @ Chargers

Week 7: Buffalo

Week 8: @ Chiefs

Week 9: Patriots

Week 10: @ Dolphins

Week 11: BYE

Week 12: Dolphins

Week 13: Raiders

Week 14: @ Seahawks

Week 15: @ Rams

Week 16: Browns

Week 17: @ Patriots

The Jets aren’t favorable in any of these matchups and that’s saying a lot when you play the Browns at home. This team can’t protect Sam Darnold, their receivers can’t get open in man or zone coverage (32nd in passing yards), they also have a non existent running game (28th in the NFL). No particular area of this 53-man roster is doing anything to support a prediction they’ll scrape a win this season. Can’t forget that they also have the professional sport’s worst coach in Adam Gase. Expect the Jets to hold up their end of the deal as football’s worst team.

Written by Gary Sheffield, Jr

Gary Sheffield Jr is the son of should-be MLB Hall of Famer, Gary Sheffield. He covers basketball and baseball for OutKick.com, chats with the Purple and Gold faithful on LakersNation, and shitposts on Twitter. You can follow him at GarySheffieldJr

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