4. Kelee Ringo's Kick Catch Interference
Nick Sirianni's squad continued to make errors in the third quarter that helped New York stay in things. That includes on special teams.
The Jets forced a quick three-and-out by the Eagles midway through the third period. That caused a Philadelphia punt deep in its own territory, already putting the team at a disadvantage. Yet, rookie cornerback Kelee Ringo somehow made things even better for the opposition by being called for kick catch interference.
As a result, Robert Saleh's team got a bonus 15 yards tacked on to begin its next drive. That sent the Jets from their own 49 to the Eagles' 36. With amazing field position, New York took advantage, adding another three points to close the gap to 14-12.
Ringo has struggled to find playing time on this talented roster, and a mistake like this won't help his case, even with injuries impacting the defense.