HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (AP) -- An angry Herman Edwards is taking on the role of traffic cop.
"I know how it works," the Jets' coach said. "You're going along pretty good, all of a sudden something like this happens. Someone's got to give them some direction. Everyone is looking for someone to say, 'What do we do?' That's my job."'
At a team meeting Wednesday, he dropped his normally reserved manner and became loud, agitated and impassioned. He wanted to get his players' attention after a 44-7 home loss to New England, and, boy, did he ever.
"He let us have it," linebacker James Darling said. "He let us know about the disappointment he had."
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