After going three-and-out on his first series, Jets QB Geno Smith marched the Jets up the field to a field goal during his next go-round. He threw a bad pick on his third series, though it's not clear whether it was his fault. And after a turnover gave him a short field, Smith led the Jets to a touchdown for the first time this season. He ended his night with a second touchdown drive.
By the time he handed the wheel to Michael Vick, Smith was 10 for-13 with 98 yards passing and an interception, plus four rushes for 21 yards and a touchdown. He worked six series and led the Jets to two touchdowns and a field goal.
Both TDs came against Bengal backups. All in all, Smith didn't force anything, according to the story, and he showed some of that willingness to run that made him so effective at the end of last season, and he delivered a few throws downfield fairly well, though Stephen Hill had to leap high to get one of them. Smith only threw deep once.