2005 New York Jets

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4-12 Missed Playoffs
Record Outcome

2005 New York Jets

What was the record of the 2005 New York Jets?

The New York Jets finished the regular season with a 4-12 record. They went 4-4 at home and 0-8 on the road.

What division did the 2005 New York Jets play in?

The 2005 New York Jets played in the East Division of the American Football Conference.

What was the division record of the 2005 New York Jets?

During the regular season, the 2005 New York Jets went 2-4 against their AFC East opponents.

What was the 2005 New York Jets record against each of their divisional opponents?

Opponent Record Win Percentage % Point Differential
Miami Dolphins 1-1 50% +6
Buffalo Bills 1-1 50% -6
New England Patriots 0-2 0% -23

What was the 2005 New York Jets record by month?

Among qualifying months, the 2005 New York Jets had their best month in September, when they went 1-2 and had a 33.3% win percentage. Their worst month was November, when they went 0-4 and lost all their games.

Month Record Win Percentage % Point Differential
September '5 1-2 33.3% -16
October '5 1-3 25% -31
November '5 0-4 0% -61
December '5 1-3 25% -11
January '6 1-0 100% +4

Did the 2005 New York Jets make the Playoffs?

No, the Jets didn't make the Playoffs in 2005.

What was the point differential for the 2005 New York Jets?

The New York Jets finished the regular season with a point differential of -115. Based on their point differential and their pythagorean expectation, the Jets could have been expected to have about 4.5 wins, or a 5-11 record in the regular season.

How did the 2005 New York Jets perform in one-score games?

In close, one-score games, the 2005 New York Jets went 2-4. In games decided by a field goal or less, the Jets went 1-2.

How did the 2005 New York Jets perform in overtime games?

During the regular season, the 2005 New York Jets went 0-1 in overtime games.

What was the longest win streak for the 2005 New York Jets?

The 2005 New York Jets never won more than one consecutive game in the regular season.

What was the longest losing streak for the 2005 New York Jets?

The longest losing streak that the New York Jets had during the 2005 regular season was 7 games, which happened once during the season.

2005 New York Jets Schedule

= Playoff Team

Bold = Division Opponent

Week Date Opponent Score
Regular Season
1 Sun, Sep 11, 2005 @ Kansas City Chiefs Loss 7 - 27
2 Sun, Sep 18, 2005 vs Miami Dolphins Win 17 - 7
3 Sun, Sep 25, 2005 vs Jacksonville Jaguars Loss 20 - 26 OT
4 Sun, Oct 2, 2005 @ Baltimore Ravens Loss 3 - 13
5 Sun, Oct 9, 2005 vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers Win 14 - 12
6 Sun, Oct 16, 2005 @ Buffalo Bills Loss 17 - 27
7 Mon, Oct 24, 2005 @ Atlanta Falcons Loss 14 - 27
9 Sun, Nov 6, 2005 vs San Diego Chargers Loss 26 - 31
10 Sun, Nov 13, 2005 @ Carolina Panthers Loss 3 - 30
11 Sun, Nov 20, 2005 @ Denver Broncos Loss 0 - 27
12 Sun, Nov 27, 2005 vs New Orleans Saints Loss 19 - 21
13 Sun, Dec 4, 2005 @ New England Patriots Loss 3 - 16
14 Sun, Dec 11, 2005 vs Oakland Raiders Win 26 - 10
15 Sun, Dec 18, 2005 @ Miami Dolphins Loss 20 - 24
16 Mon, Dec 26, 2005 vs New England Patriots Loss 21 - 31
17 Sun, Jan 1, 2006 vs Buffalo Bills Win 30 - 26

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