Jets sticking with Geno Smith

Smith has struggled in last two games. Aaron Wilson

Print This November 25, 2013, 05:56 PM EST

Despite having two poor performances in a row, the Jets are going to stick with quarterback Geno Smith as their starting quarterback.

“Right now, I would feel that he gives us the best chance to win,” Jets coach Rex Ryan told reporters Monday, via Newsday.

Smith has thrown five interceptions to zero touchdowns in the last two games against the Bills and Ravens, both losses. The last time he threw a touchdown was against New England on Oct. 20.

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun.

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