Just how bad are things for Ed Reed these days?

He hasn’t won a game since last season’s Super Bowl, and he looked like a shell of his All-Pro self in Sunday’s loss in Baltimore.

He is so desperate for a win, he is calling for someone to come out of retirement. That someone? Fireman Ed.

“That guy with the hard hat on. Is he still here? What’s his name, Fireman Ed?” Reed said. “I need him getting the whole stadium crunked this week.”

But there’s a problem. Fireman Ed, whose real name is Ed Anzalone, walked out on the Jets during halftime of last Thanksgiving’s Butt Fumble fiasco against the Patriots. There would be no more “J-E-T-S” chants.

Reed wants him back.

“He retired? I can’t believe it,” Reed said. “We need to bring him out of retirement.”

Anzalone — who could not be reached for comment Wednesday — left the Thanksgiving blowout at halftime ,never to return as Fireman Ed, citing a lack of respect from fans, particularly over his decision to wear a Mark Sanchez jersey to games.

With the offense reeling, questions over who should be the quarterback and a de facto requirement to win four of the next five games, the Jets might take anything to try to switch up their fortune. Maybe Fireman Ed could wake up the otherwise sleepy MetLife Stadium.

The Jets have tried to recreate the “J-E-T-S, Jets, Jets, Jets!” chant that Fireman Ed led in previous seasons, but it hasn’t caught on.

This week, Gang Green squares off against the Dolphins, who will get to see what the Fireman Ed-less Jets look like for the first time. Last year after Fireman Ed quit, he was called out by the Dolphins’ own super fan, Big Papa Pump, for being a “wuss.”