Very little went right for the New York Jets during Week 10. They lost to the Seattle Seahawks by a score of 28-7, which dropped them to three games below .500 in 2012. With the playoffs on the horizon, the Jets know it's now-or-never to make a late-season push for the postseason.
If there was a positive to take away from the loss, it was that the Jets avoided adding to their long list of injured players. The team has already lost star cornerback Darrelle Revis for the season and had 17 players on the Week 10 injury report.
Quarterback Mark Sanchez had been dealing with a lower back issue in practice all week, but he still managed to give it a go and did not show any effects of his back bothering him. Despite appearing to be healthy, Sanchez struggled on Sunday afternoon and threw for just 124 yards.
The Jets will take on the Rams next Sunday. Perhaps a healthy roster of players will be just what coach Rex Ryan needs to turn the season around.