Even when the Jets win, they lose.

The team wasn't expected to be any good this year. But they've actually jumped out to a 3-2 record after winning a big Monday Night Football game against the Falcons earlier this week. Things aren't all good for Rex Ryan & Co., though, as their tight end Kellen Winslow was just suspended for four games for violating the NFL's PED policy. He won't be eligible to play again until the beginning of November.

Fortunately, Winslow hasn't been Geno Smith's favorite tight end this season. Jeff Cumberland has caught the majority of passes thrown to tight ends by Smith. But while the Jets have been pretty good so far this season, they're not so good that they can afford to lose a weapon like Winslow right now. So look for this to impact them immediately.

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[via Pro Football Talk]