The New York Jets have put up 68 total points in back-to-back wins, an offensive improvement that came following an important meeting.
According to Sam Darnold and Adam Gase, a meeting between the quarterback and head coach a few weeks ago played a major role in the positive steps forward.
Darnold told Gase the things he felt most comfortable doing in the offense, which Gase said "makes it easier because now you're not guessing" about what's best for the offense.
"I think it was really important for me at the time because I felt like I had a lot better understanding of the offense at that point during the season and I felt like I knew the offense well enough to go in and have a really good conversation with him about it," Darnold said. "That's really all it was. As an offense, I feel like we've been able to find our rhythm and it's been really good. Hopefully we can continue that this week."