As much as I'd love to say this a huge blow to the Jets season, I can't, the Jets are 1-4, about to be 1-5, so this injury doesn't help their cause, but their season was already dead. Brandon Marshall is the one that should be really upset, he's going to lose a Porsche for sure now because of this. For those of you who don't know, before the season started Antonio Brown and Brandon Marshall made a wager for their cars based on who would have more receiving yards at the end of the season. Now that Decker is done for the year the Jets have no real threat to lineup on the other side of the field with him. That means double teams all day on Marshall because they will no longer have to focus on Decker who posses a huge threat. Some might say Marshall will benefit because he might get more targets, this might be true, but the coverage will also be a lot tighter so I can't see him benefiting whatsoever really. Regardless of the semantics of the situation, AB was winning this bet the second it was made, obviously no one's going to put up the numbers he is, stupid bet by Marshall, swallow your pride, and just shut up next time so you don't lose another Porsche. Then, when these athletes go broke they expect us to feel bad, don't be giving away Porsche's my dude! Anyway back to Decker, the Jets offense which has already stunk up the joint this season is going to be even worse now that they lost their second best offensive player. They'll miss his presence especially in the red zone as he's been their biggest asset in that part of the field. I don't know how you Jets fans will be even to watch these games now, you thought you were bad before, just wait till you see what the offense does now, thank god I'm not a Jet fan. A team that was picked to be a playoff team by many is slowly becoming the laughing stock of the league, isn't that what happens most years with this franchise though, I mean when an organization can't figure out the quarterback position for 40+ years, it's pretty easy to assume that they're clueless.