A game in which Ryan Fitzpatrick wasn't even supposed to play, he became the hero. Jets started Geno Smith at quarterback after Fitzpatrick had an abysmal start to the season, well Smith would only last about 25 minutes into the game before getting injured. Fitzpatrick stepped in an immediately lead the Jets on a 7 play 85 yard touchdown drive right before the half. The Jets would be down 16-14 going into halftime after the Fitzpatrick touchdown drive. The second half was not pretty for the Jets offense, they only had one drive go for more than 5 plays and they didn't have a single drive over 50 yards in the second half. The Jets defense finally showed up today, they're the real heroes of this game, but Fitzpatrick coming directly in off the bench, and leading the Jets to a touchdown was one of the biggest moments of the game, so I had to give him the hero of the game label. Matt Forte got plenty of touches, he didn't do anything crazy averaging just 3.3 yards per carry, but his heavy workload was the majority of the Jets offense today. I don't know if this was necessarily a good performance by the Jets or the Ravens just showing that they're not a very good football team. Either way Fitzpatrick may have just saved his job after just sitting out a little less than 2 quarters of football, hopefully the message was received on his part that he needs to play much better, which for the most part he did today. Fitzpatrick didn't have the costly turnovers today, which were a huge killer for the Jets over that stretch of bad losses, he only threw the ball 14 times so the sample size was small, but he did a good job today of filling his role, and letting the real playmakers on the Jets handle the rest. The Jets schedule has a lot of winnable games still on the schedule so I wouldn't give up just yet Jets fans. You have two automatically losses to the Patriots that'll bring you to 7 losses, other than that though they have a realistic shot at winning all their games. I don't know if 9-7 will get you an AFC wildcard spot, it'll certainly save the job of Todd Bowles though.