Jets offense took step in right direction Dan Leberfeld

Arrowhead Stadium – The Jets played much better than they did against Buffalo, but still came up short in their 24-10 loss to Kansas City

“I know it’s frustrating to every guy in this locker room and our fans,” said nose tackle Damon Harrison. “Guys are getting better every week – you can see things coming along, but it seems like we can’t make the big play when it’s there.”

The Jets’ new starting quarterback Mike Vick played a solid game, finishing 21-28 for 196 yards, a touchdown and a 105.7 QB rating.

“He had good command,” said Jets center Nick Mangold

“He’s cool and relaxed,” said Jets running back Chris Johnson.

“I like the direction the offense is headed,” said Jets wide receiver/kick returner Percy Harvin.

As for Harvin, he made a lot of good things happen in his second game as a Jet, finishing with 11 catches for 129 yards, and also had a 65-yard kickoff return.

‘He’s a heck of a receiver out there – explosive,” said Mangold. “You saw it on special teams too. It’s a good weapon for us.”