The Jets dropped a brutal game to the Dolphins, 26-18, and are now 1-7 for the first time since 2014.
As the final seconds ticked off in this game, team CEO and chairman Christopher Johnson stood in a hallway leading to the locker room with his hands on his hips and looked to the sky. It was the gesture of an exasperated man.
He had just witnessed his team losing to the lowly Dolphins, a team trying to tank for the No. 1 pick.
The Jets are now 10-30 since he took over for his brother Woody in 2017.
His hand-picked head coach Adam Gase is less popular than a root canal.
The quarterback his team drafted No. 3 overall in 2018 is regressing badly and does not seem able to snap out of it, even against a Dolphins defense that quarterbacks have feasted on this season.
It is a total, complete mess and now Johnson faces some huge decisions.