Listen to Episode 37 of ‘Gang’s All Here’: Is Sam Darnold to Blame? feat. Joe Namath

Through two weeks, the Jets have looked like the worst team in the NFL. The scores don’t really indicate just how atrocious they played, especially on the offensive end. Things will need to change beginning Sunday against the Colts, but with injuries everywhere, it could very well be an 0-3 start for Gang Green. We break it all down on the latest episode of Gang’s All Here with Jets beat writer Brian Costello and me.

Coz and I open up the show getting into the drama with the Jets this week with Is Jets practice really like that or is this just a bad team trying to find excuses? Coz talks about his experiences with Joe & Evan going on their WFAN show. We get into the matchup against the Colts and the injuries both teams are dealing with. Can all the former Colts players on the Jets use their former team as motivation? Will the Jets compete? We look at the two positives this season from the Jets, which is mostly Mekhi Becton, but also Quinnen Williams’ strongest game last Sunday. We make our predictions for the game before Coz tells us the highlights of Indianapolis, which includes a shrimp cocktail sauce that makes you cry.



Jets legendary quarterback and Hall of Famer Joe Namath then joins the show. “Broadway Joe” talks about the Jets rough start to the season, how Sam Darnold is playing and whether or not he is the franchise QB. Namath also gets into his thoughts on Adam Gase, the condensed training camp, Joe Douglas’ rebuild, memories against the Colts, his acting days being behind him and what this team needs to to to start winning games.

Catch up on all episodes of “Gang’s All Here,” a New York Jets podcast, by subscribing to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Follow Coz and Jake on Twitter @BrianCoz and @JakeBrownRadio for updates on the show. The next episode of the podcast drops Monday following the Jets-Colts game. Brandon Tierney will join the show. 

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