Jets' Mike Westhoff is a frustrated man

The New Yorks Jets highly regarded special teams coach Mike Westhoff couldn't believe what he was seeing from his unit two weeks ago against the Miami Dolphins.

A punt blocked for a touchdown, a blocked a field goal, an onside kick recovered by Miami, and a slew of good returns.

When asked about the special teams unit having bad games like that, "You can never sugarcoat them," he told the AP, via the Wall Street Journal. "You roll up your sleeves and go back to work and try to solve the problem."

"That's as frustrated as I've ever been in my entire career. A game like that, whoa, that was tough."

After the game, Westhoff did what he does best - get right back to work at the office to watch film on the debacle.

"That stuff is tough to deal with," he said. "But you make a mistake, you realize what it was, face up to it, and make sure you do it right the next time."

The Jets are coming off of the bye week ready to forget all about Miami. They take on the Seattle Seahawks Sunday afternoon.