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Jets owner: 'That performance is absolutely unacceptable'

New York Jets owner Woody Johnson was not pleased with the team's performance in Week 4.

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New York Jets owner Woody Johnson stated on an appearance on Bloomberg TV on Monday afternoon that his team's performance against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday was absolutely unacceptable. The Jets lost the game by a final score of 34-0. Johnson's comments, via the New York Daily News:

"The coach and the coaches and I are not happy with what happened yesterday. And the players aren't either," said Johnson. "That performance is absolutely unacceptable."

Head coach Rex Ryan expressed similar sentiments in his post-game news conference on Sunday and stated that the team received a beating at the hands of San Francisco. New York ultimately only collected nine first downs compared to the 26 earned by San Francisco. In addition, the Jets only earned 145 total yards, which wasn't even more than the 49ers' 245 total rushing yards and turned the ball over four times.

New York will host the undefeated Houston Texans next week on Monday Night Football.