Garrett Wilson: Jets' 14-game losing streak vs. Patriots 'unacceptable'
New York Jets wide receiver Garrett Wilson isn't happy with his team's 14-game losing streak against the New England Patriots heading into their Week 3 matchup.
"It's time that things change around here," Wilson said Tuesday on the "Bart & Hahn" show, according to Rich Cimini of ESPN.
"I don't like talking about it too much, but this is one of the first steps. Fourteen straight is unacceptable. That's unacceptable. I'm 0-2 against them. That's unacceptable."
New England has won 34 of its last 40 games against New York. With a victory over the Jets on Sunday, the Patriots would tie their longest win streak against any opponent in franchise history.
"I inherited - I walked into a team that, we haven't beaten the Patriots," Wilson said. "I feel like that's why they brought me here, brought me and Sauce (Gardner) here and the guys here - to make things like that change. It's time we do what we get paid for."
He added: "It'll fuel me throughout the week, honestly."
Wilson had eight catches for 127 yards in two games last season against the Patriots.
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