Just one season removed from losing their entire offense outside the offensive line, the Jets injury woes have once again reared their ugly head. After losing Percy Harvin in week 3, the Jets have now lost their starting QB and MVP candidate Othniel Richmond to a broken collarbone (we've never seen that injury before ) and it's unlikely he will be able to return for the season unless they go deep into the season. To add insult to injury, Matt Chatam had an absolute brutal day against the Niners with the defense providing little help. Chatam threw 5 INT passes that the Niners couldn't seem to miss on and the Jets defense got crushed from the get-go giving up almost 400 passing yards of offense while allowing the Niners to waltz down the field with ease. Never standing a chance this game, coach Ryan could only look on in agony as he watched his perfect season just a few weeks ago quickly head down the drain and take an ugly turn for the "(un) expected turn down injury lane. The Jets stand at 9-2, but with Richmond done for the season no longer are favorites to host home-field advantage in the playoffs nor represent the AFC in the Super Bowl. We'd be surprised to see them past the first round.