Breece Hall Expresses Frustration Over Limited Touches in Jets' Loss 


Jets running back Breece Hall expresses his frustration after only receiving four touches during a game against the Cowboys, leading to questions about the team's offensive strategy. 

The Jets had a tough day on the field, managing just 10 points, 215 yards, and 12 first downs, while committing four turnovers in a one-sided game that favored the Cowboys. 

Quarterback Zach Wilson surprisingly led the team in rushing yards with five scrambles for 36 yards, despite having talented running backs like Hall and Dalvin Cook on the roster.

Hall and Cook were underutilized, combining for only 24 yards on 10 carries, highlighting the team's struggles in the running game. 

Breece Hall expressed his discontent with his lack of opportunities, stating that having only four touches hindered the team's performance. 

Hall acknowledged that the team got behind early, leading to a shift away from the run game in an attempt to catch up, ultimately impacting his chances. 

Hall's performance on Sunday marked a significant contrast to his season opener, where he gained 127 yards on 10 carries, including an impressive 83-yard run. 

Hall attributed the limited success to the Cowboys' strong defensive line and acknowledged that the Jets' offensive line faced challenges. However, he remains confident in his ability to make an impact when given the opportunity. 

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