The jets were the NFL's worst passing team in 1995, netting a league-low average of 4.4 yards per pass play. That's why New York invested $40 million in free-agent quarterback Neil O'Donnell and wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson, the No. 1 pick in the draft. After O'Donnell threw for 292 yards in Sunday's 31-16 loss to Washington, the Jets had improved their average to 5.1, but that figure was still well below the league norm, and New York was still winless.
Here's graphic evidence of how bad the Jets' passing attack has been the last 10 seasons, during which New York has had a winning record only once.
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