Upon reflection, the most embarrassing thing the New York Jets did yesterday was try to run the world's least effective trick play on a third-quarter kickoff return. I realize that's a bold statement to make, seeing as how this game also included Geno Smith turning in one of the worst quarterbacking performances ever and Kyle Orton hanging 43 points on the Jets' defense, but, I mean, just look at this shit:

This is what it looks like when a play breaks down on a molecular level. My favorite part is the two lead blockers who fail to lay a single hand on a member of the Bills' coverage team.