The Jets offense spent the first nine weeks of the season generally outperforming the low expectations that people set for it heading into the season, but Sunday’s 15-10 loss to the Buccaneers provided a glimpse of what most people had in mind for the team this season. They didn’t get into the end zone until 28 seconds were left in the game, ran for just 56 yards all day and allowed six sacks to a Bucs defense that had eight for the year heading into the game. That was a sharp turnaround from the victory over the Bills in Week Nine and one that head coach Todd Bowles didn’t spend much time trying to break down after the loss. “You don’t explain,” Bowles said in his postgame press conference. “It’s week by week. You have to show up every week in this league or you get it handed to you. We didn’t show up today.”