by Matt Janus | Mon, Sep 16th 11:36pm EDT
Luke Falk entered Monday night's game against the Browns for Trevor Siemian in the second quarter and completed 20-of-25 pass attempts for 198 yards in the Jets' Week 2 loss to the Browns.
It was a rough night to be a quarterback for the New York Jets. Myles Garrett personally made a mockery of the Jets' newly-assembled offensive line, seemingly pressuring Falk on every pass attempt. To make matters worse, Falk was often restrained by conservative play-calling on the part of head coach Adam Gase. With Sam Darnold sidelined indefinitely, avoid all Jets not named Le'Veon Bell, especially given next week's matchup against a New England defense that has yet to give up a touchdown.